R.I.P. It or Ship It Tag

I believe emmmabooks created this tag. The rules are pretty simple:

  1. Write down the names of characters from different books on scraps of paper. (I used 18 characters both boys and girls)
  2. Put them on a container. (I’ve used a mug that used to say I ❤ U but now it’s just plain white)
  3. Pull out two names (scarps of paper) at the same time.
  4. Now decide, do you ship it or do you want this couple to be abandoned into oblivion.




Okay I was totally not expecting this to come out but OMG! No, no no no no no I can’t see this happening. Although Peter resembles Jace in some ways Clary would eat him alive. He isn’t even half as badass. DROWN THIS SHIP!

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The Literary Dinner Party Tag

Hello friends! It’s Amy again and today I’m doing another tag. Yay! I wasn’t tagged by anyone but it seemed like a fun tag to do, so why not. The original tag was created by NEHOMAS2 and you can click on the link to check that out. This tag is fairly simple. You’re hosting a dinner party and you can invite 10 guests but they have to fit in a category. These are the categories:

1. One character who can cook/likes to cook
2. One character who has money to fund the party
3. One character who might cause a scene
4. One character who is funny/amusing
5. One character who is super social/popular
6. One villian
7. One couple – doesn’t have to be romantic
8. One hero/heroine
9. One underappreciated character
10. One character of your own choosing

This is gonna be hard, but fun. Let’s get started!


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Zombie Apocalypse Book Tag

Hey guys, it’s Amy! It’s Friday, and I wanted to do something fun to start the weekend, so I figured: let’s do the zombie apocalypse book tag, because why the hell not? You can find the original tag here. This tag is fairly simple. You pick five books, turn to a random page and the first name you see on the page will be on your zombie survival team. After that, it’s only a matter of applying the characters to 10 situations. Let’s get started! These are the books I picked.

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Fictional Boyfriend Tag

Hi *waves* it’s me, Amy! Today I’m doing the Fictional Boyfriend Tag, yaaay. This tag was created by RayKay Books. The name says it all, basically. There are 10 bookboyfriend categories and for each category a different boyfriend. Probably. I have too many book boyfriends to pick from, but I gave it my best shot. If you want to do the tag too, you’re hereby tagged. Enjoy and let me down your choices in the comments!

Most Romantic Boyfriend:


William Herondale from The Infernal Devices. I have a thing for boys who write the most beautiful letters *swoons*

Dark and Moody Bad Boy with a Good Side:


Garrison Abbey from The Addicted Series. He hates the world but he if you manage to touch his heart, he’d do anything for you. Continue reading