It's nearly the end of 2012 and I thought it would be a nice idea to create a tag for all bookaholics, so I created the Favorites of 2012 book tag. It's a fun tag about our favorite books, characters and covers of 2012.
- 1. Name the three favorites books you read in 2012.
- 2. Who is your favorite female character from a book you read in 2012?
- 3. Who is your favorite male character from a book you read in 2012?
- 4. What is your favourite love story / romance from a book you read in 2012?
- 5. What is your favorite series from 2012 (started in 2012 or started before & is still going on)?
- 6. What is your favorite bookish surprise of 2012?
- 7. What is your favorite cover that you discovered in 2012?
- 8. Whom do you tag?
- 1. Saving CeeCee Honeycutt by Beth Hoffman, The Witness by Nora Roberts and For Darkness shows the stars by Diana Peterfreund.
- 2. Elliot North from For Darkness shows the stars. She's a strong, calm heroine that does whatever needs to be done. She the kind of person you can trust in and that will get things done. I loved reading about her in "For Darkness shows the stars".
- 3. Brooks Gleason from The Witness. He's strong, sexy and loyal. What more do you want?
- 4. Persuasion by Jane Austen. I reread the book this summer and once again fell in love with the romance, it's just so wonderful.
- 5. The Mythos Academy series by Jennifer Estep. This urban fantasy YA series continues to entertain and amaze me. I just can't get enough of the characters, the action scenes and the mythology.
- 6. Saving Grace by Ciara Geraghty and Splitterherz by Bettina Belitz. I was surprised that Saving Grace worked for me even though the heroine cheated on her boyfriend right at the beginning of the book. That's something that normally doesn't work for me, but this time I fell in love with Grace, her journey and the way she got stronger throughout the book. I also fell in love with Splitterherz, even thought the melancholic mood of the story is something I normally don't enjoy. And the characters are also not what I'm normally looking for in my books, but this time I was surprised by how much I enjoyed reading about them.
- 7. Splintered by A.G. Howard. I love the vibrant colours and the motives, plus the cover actually seems to fit to the content. That's why it's a perfect cover for me.
- 8. Everyone who likes the idea of the tag. :)
I would love to see your answers to my questions. If you do the tag please leave the link in the comments, or just answer the questions in the comments. And of course I'm hoping that we all will have a great, relaxed and joyful year 2013, a year that will be full of many fantastic books.