Phase 1: Initial Attraction | A book you bought because of the cover
Phase 2: First Impressions | A book you bought because of the summary
#Girlboss by Sophia Amaruso. One of my goal this year is to read more non-fiction, and the summary of this book sounds perfect for me. It looks like a great, empowering book for women, but the story fits everyone who’s in need of motivation!
Phase 3: Sweet Talk | A book with great writing
Phase 4: First Date | A first book of the series which made you want to pick up the rest
Phase 5: Late Night Phone Calls | A book that kept you up all night
Goddess is the only book I stayed up all night to finish it. I just want to read a few chapters, but ended up reading the whole book and can’t keep my eyes open at school the next day. After reading this book, it’s safe to say that I have policies of no reading before go to bed.
Phase 6: Always on my Mind | A book you can’t stop thinking about
Um.. I don’t know… Possibly all my e-arcs I need to read from Netgalley? I need to get to them soon😅
Phase 7: Getting Physical | A book which feels nice
Percy Jackson series feels 100000% nice. It feels familiar. The humour, the action, the characters, the mythology. It’s family. It’s home. I love it so so so much<3
Phase 8: Meeting the Parents | A book you would recommend to your family and friends
Percy Jackson I guess? As much as I love HP, my family and friends won’t want to read it because “why read when you can watch” thing. Percy Jackson only have 2 movies, and the books itself aren’t as huge and intimidating as HP, so yeah, no excuse. Read this book folks.
Phase 9: Thinking About the Future | A book you will re-read A LOT
Phase 10: Sharing the Love! | Whom do you tag?