Book Tags

CNMCC Book Tag

This post is dedicated to Pavel (RIP).

I have been taken as a co-hostage (aka tagged) in the CNMCC (Council of the Ninja Magic Conjuring Cats) Book Tag by Susan at Novel Lives!

I’m completing this because there are severe consequences for not completing this, and the CNMCC are not only monitoring my cooperation, they’re actively judging me. And if there’s one thing I’ve learned, it is that I DO NOT want to face the wrath of the CNMCC. Big Brother (aka The CNMCC) is watching.

Here’s the rules:

1. Complete the tag or die. <help me>

2. Link back to the CNMCC.

  • They don’t even care if you link back to the original post or site. I’m requesting that you link back to the original post. Please?

3. All photos should be correctly labeled:

  • Council of the Ninja Magic Conjuring Cats (CNMCC) for full group photos
  • Individually Labeled as Liam, Gomez, and Pavel (or a combination thereof)
  • Again. They don’t care about me. I’m a plebian. You do not have to link or credit each photo, but if you could give one credit when you link the post, I would greatly appreciate it. But I’m to be very clear that they don’t care, won’t care, and couldn’t care less, as long as THEY are correctly labeled, and THEY are correctly given credit.

4. You won’t need to tag people at the end because everyone will do it or die. Their websites will fail. They will never get another ARC again. Reading slumps will be conjured, and misery will prevail. <save me>

Liam.

Liam — A Book That Gave You Resting Bitch Face

Ruthless Gods by Emily A. Duncan definitely gave me RBF. I was hoping it would follow the formula where book 2 is better than book 1, but instead I got a disgusting amount of … eyes and a female MC who was demoted from a strong lead to a morose love interest. Yuck.

Pavel – to whom this post is dedicated.

Pavel — A Book That Broke You

Clap When You Land by Elizabeth Acevedo definitely broke me. It was such a great story and it was so believable. My emotions were a hot mess by the end of the book, and I loved every second of it. I’ve also been shouting about this book every chance I get, and encouraging everyone to read it.

Gomez.

Gomez — I Don’t Even Know, And He Doesn’t Even Care

I picked up Opium and Absinthe by Lydia Kang as a “read now” on NetGalley and wasn’t even sure what to expect, but I definitely didn’t expect to love this book as much as I did! The characters, the setting, the plot, and the whole vibe were right up my alley, and it was way better than I ever hoped.

I’m not going to tag anyone directly, but feel free to tag yourself (if only for Susan’s sake)! The poor woman is completely at the mercy of the evil CNMCC and she’s definitely outnumbered.

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