Hiya besties! I is back!!

I never left, but I really didn’t have a better into.

So, I am doing The Billy boi book tag. I came across this tag on Emma’s blog, The Terror of Knowing. You can check out her post here.

Much Ado About Nothing: Your favorite bickering couple whom everyone knows really care about each other (can be romantic relationship or friendship)

ok.

ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.

jude and cardan from the cruel prince.

i swear to god, i have read other books…

Measure for Measure: a book whose plot or genre is really hard to explain to other people

I am going to go with Haruki Murakami’s books. I have not read any, but whenever I explain his genre, its like a mix between contemporary and magical realism, I guess? I honestly do not know.

A Midsummer Night’s Dream: Your favorite book featuring fairies or elves

i-

i am not even going to answer that one…

you know if you know.

Hamlet: An underutilised female character

*Jessamine* for *The Infernal Devices*

i hated that.

The Sonnets: Choose your favorite poem

Got two of ’em

The Cold Within by James Patrick Kinney. It is an incredibly well written poem about class, race, privilege and wealth. It is very short, yet hits you really hard.

And Daffodils by William Wordsworth. In the beginning, it is just extremely boring but redeems itself in the last paragraph. It is pretty and deep and beautifully written.

Richard III: A protagonist willing to do anything to get what they want

I am going in a different direction, and going to recommend Emma Carstairs from The Dark Artifices.

Antony and Cleopatra: Your favorite trope/bookish buzzword/historical figure/etc. for which you still haven’t found that perfect book

Adult literary fiction. I have read two books and both I absolutely loved. But if my bookshelf was burning down, and I had to pick one book, it would probably not be either of them (sorry for the extremely graphic imagery). It is a shame, because I love this genre, I just haven’t found *THAT* book yet.

Titus Andronicus: A lesser-known work by a popular author, one which you want more people to read

The Inexplicable Logic of my Life.

King Lear: A complex female villain or antihero

Exception- Hela from the MCU.

The Taming of the Shrew: Choose two polarizing books, one you loved and one you hated

Hated- All the Light We Cannot See

Loved- The Great Gatsby

I tag my high school English Teacher, who neither has a blog nor reads mine.

Ok.

Bye.