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The: Colors of Life Book Tag!

Hey Guys!

Welcome back! Today I am doing a tag. I have not done a tag in a long time. So sorry to all of you who have tagged me but I will be getting to yours soon!

Riddhi at: Whispering Stories made a new tag about colors and books! (two of my favorite things😝)

Rules:

  1. Tag the original creator- Riddhi @Whispering Stories and the person who tagged you.
  2. Give one or more books that relate to the list of prompts.
  3. You need not use the graphics, but do use the featured image!
  4. Share this link which tells the story of Holi- the Indian festival of colors which inspired this tag.
  5. Tag as many people as you want!

Let me get right into it!

Prompts:

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How dare you make such a hard question for the first one!?! I love so many books! But I think I will go with one from my younger days (hush all of you who say: “yeah but you’re 14…”)

I pick:

The Extraordinary Adventures of Ordinary boy: The Hero Revealed!

To sum it up: Ordinary Boy (that’s literally his name since everyone is named for their powers) Does not have any powers (or does he?) in a city where everyone has a power no matter how stupid it is. He goes by OB or O Boy by his friends. It is a really good book with, mystery, adventure, and comedy. I have always loved it. My only regret is not being able to find the other two books in the series.

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Again with the hard and not easy to decide questions!! Agraaaa! I have so many happy memories associated with books!!

My Good Morning Book!

I don’t know if this counts because it is not really my memory but I do smile when thinking about it.

According to Papa (my dad), I was a terrible baby to wake up and I would always cry and be very upset when he would wake me up in the morning. So he started reading this book to me every morning when I woke up and it calmed me down and I would wake up easy. I credit this book and Papa to my love of reading!

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I’m not even going to say it……(darn your hard questions!)

Sooo many books! I will name a few:

Keeper of the Lost Cities, The Land of Stories, The Lord of the Rings(not actually read this yet), Warriors, The Chronicles of Narnia!

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Now this one is hard. I don’t dislike many books! Hmm Maybe the final Hunger Games book? I don’t hate it but when I look at it I remember what a disappointment it was as a conclusion.

Aggh! Curse you Hunger Gameless book!

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Ooo! Good one! I have read a lot but at the moment my mind is blank😑………..

Of course it is! Darn my brain!

I will use:

The Call of the Wild

I got the same book on my shelf. I was so sad at the ending of this book! But at the same time I was happy at the very end.

Huh, I want to say Pilgrims Progress.

I had to read this for school when I was 11-12 and I was pretty bored the whole way through. But at the end I realized how much of a great book it is. It’s a great metaphor for the Christian walk. Only I read the original book. Not the updated. Darn those hard words!!!

I’m not sure. I do have a book called:

Mama Makes Up Her Mind: And other dangers of southern living.

It is a pretty funny book. And it is about women. I don’t read a lot of feministic books.

I also read a book by Mary Westmacott: AKA Agatha Christie

It’s all about a woman and I enjoyed it very much. Although my Grandma did not.

Hmmmmmm……………………………………….. *thinking intensifies*

It took quite a few min to think of but I will go with:

The First Four Years:

I did not like this book very much. It is one of the only books I have never finished until this day! It changes around some of the character’s names and I did not get through one chapter.

I don’t read many of these. I’m trying to think if I have ever even read one. Maybe:

The Shadow

The story was kind of goth-y. But I really enjoyed this book as well.

I am a terrible nominator but for now I nominate:

Sawyer from: The Artsy Craft Girl

Perplexinglexi from: Perplexinglex’s Blog

Maggie from: Maggie’s Doodles

And anyone else who want to take on the “one more tag” curse🤣.

Have a great Weekend!!

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The story of Corrie is a strange and fantastic tale told over many generations. It mostly consists of Scripture, books, friends, and fun. But, it has been known to include crochet, cooking, baking, drawing, and organization. Corrie, is a strange beast and likes to dwell in shadows observing life and reading mysteries. She plays with animals and has a few close friends. Jesus Christ died for her sins and she will willingly talk to anyone about the Scriptures. If you wish to seek her friendship you must be honest, friendly, true, faithful, charitable, compassionate, and kind. No ordinary person can win the trust of the Corrie. Explore a little bit of her mind on her blogs, she enjoys getting comments on her posts. It means a lot to her. It means that someone took the time to pay attention and read her post and that is an awesome thing! And remember, tread carefully, for Corrie is always watching.

8 thoughts on “The: Colors of Life Book Tag!

  1. Aaah thank you so so much for doing this tag! It means a lot to me!!

    I loved reading your answers! And yeah, Mockingjay was kinda disappointing, especially since I believe that Gale was the better choice for Katniss than peeta

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