The Bookish Bucket List Tag

I don’t have any reviews I want to put up, so I am going to complete a tag. These are always a good time!

Rules:

  • Link to the creator in your post (Madison’s Inkwell)
  • Link to the person who tagged you. (No one tagged me, but I first saw this at – Sophie’s Corner)
  • Tag as many people as you want.
  • Have fun!

What books or series that intimidate you (because of length, density, subject) would feel like an accomplishment to finish?

War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy. This will probably be the hardest book I will ever read in my lifetime.

What author would you like to co-author a book with?

This would have to be Celeste Ng, who is the author of Little Fires Everywhere, which is my favorite book of all time.

If you could interview any author for your blog, who would it be? What’s one question you would ask?

I would love to interview Riley Sager. I recently read Lock Every Door and absolutely loved it! My question: Is there a particular building you have visited/seen that inspired the Bartholomew?

As a writer, what genre is out of your comfort zone that you’d like to conquer someday and write within?

Science fiction is definitely a genre that is out of my comfort zone. I’m sure if I read it enough I could manage to write a book within that genre.

What specific edition of a book would you like to own someday? It could be rare, a first edition, an anniversary edition, signed, or one with a cover special to you, etc. 

I would love to own the Collector’s Tenth Anniversary Limited Edition of the Gentleman Bastard series by Scott Lynch. They are beautiful!

Are there any books or bookish items that you’d like to collect? 

I would love to collect all of the Junie B. Jones books! I am also in the process of collecting the pretty editions of A Series of Unfortunate Events.

 Name one bookish place you’d like to visit. (Not somewhere you’d like to visit because of a book and not a fictional place within a book. A library, bookstore, etc.)

I barely travel so it would be a dream to visit The Strand in New York.

Name one bookish event you’d like to attend. (A festival, a signing, a book fair, etc.)

I think most people, including me, are going to say Bookcon. I would also love to go to a Celeste Ng book signing.

Your WIP is getting published and designing the cover is solely up to you. What does it look like?

I think it would be fun to write a romance novel. I love the rom-com covers that are coming out lately. It would have illustrated characters, and blocks of colors. I don’t really know what colors I would want. I can tell you that it will not have purple on it. It would be simple, bright, and adorable.

What’s one thing you’d like to accomplish within the bookish world? As a writer, reader, blogger, whatever you want.

I would love to work with a publisher. This is probably a smaller goal, but it seems like tons of fun. I would also like to upgrade my blog eventually. I want this to become more than just a hobby.

I tag:

Turning the Pages

Meltotheany

Flying Paperbacks


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4 thoughts on “The Bookish Bucket List Tag

  1. Great answers! I chose War and Peace, too. And I love your choice of collecting Junie B. Jones books, they were a favorite of mine as a child 😊

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  2. Hello! Glad that you decided to do this tag & I enjoyed reading your answers! Little Fires Everywhere is on my TBR. I read the Series of Unfortunate Events a while ago but I remember loving it 🙂

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