Tag: The Relationshipper Book Tag

A big thank you to Alex for tagging me in this one! We all know I like talking about my romance books, so here we go…


The Rules:

  1. Answer the eleven questions provided by the blogger who tagged you
  2. Come up with eleven new questions of your own!
  3. Tag 5 new bloggers!
  4. Mention the blogger who tagged you and have fun!!

11 questions from Alex:

1. Who was your first book crush?
Someone from a Tamora Pierce book. Take your pick of who. I read them all around the same time anyway.

2. Who was your most recent book crush?
As of the time I’m writing this post (and who knows how many books I’ll read between now and actually publishing it), I’d go with Josh fromΒ Josh and Hazel’s Guide to Not Dating, which is probably going to show up a lot in this tag since it’s the last romance I read that I really loved.

3. What popular ship do you sink?
I don’t really know if I have one! I kind of ship everything and everyone, so…

4. Which unpopular ship do you actually love?
I feel like I haven’t read a lot of books that have unpopular ships!

5. Do you have a favorite friends to lovers ship?
Recently, it’s Josh and Hazel fromΒ Josh and Hazel’s Guide to Not Dating.Β πŸ’›πŸ’›

6. What ship reminds you of your relationship? or the relationship you would like to have?
I am going to respectfully decline to answer this question. I am pretty sure that nobody would want to read (or write) anything remotely similar to my relationship.

7. What ship was just unnecessary?
In general, I feel like most relationships in dystopian novels are unnecessary. Like, the world is falling apart but you’re more concerned about your hormones? Okay… I don’t know that I really have one specific example.

8. Imagine your favorite ship 10 years in the future (from when their book ends)… where are they now?
Joshua Templeman and Lucy Hutton are happily married with adorable children and they still mess with each other every day. ❀

9. Which book do you want to see adapted to tv/movie? Who would you cast to bring your ship to life?
I would loooooooove a Hating Game movie, but I might actually explode or have a heart attack or die in the theater, not even joking. I would also need to find a friend who has actually read this book to go see the movie with me because this would be a thing that has to be experienced with a fellow fan. And I’m not really good at bringing book characters to life, but at one point, I saw someone mention that Kevin Love would be the perfect Joshua, and I 1000% agree. As for who would play Lucy… I have no idea. Let me know if you have a suggestion!

10. What is a relationship that you wish happened?
Why can I not think of any hypothetical ships right now?? I am completely failing as a book blogger that mainly focuses on romance. YIKES.

11. What character(s) have broken your heart?
Holland Vosijk. It’s not romantically, though, just in general.Β πŸ’”


I’m tagging:

LeslieΒ πŸ’™Β BibiΒ πŸ’™Β JamsuΒ πŸ’™Β and anyone else who wants to do this!


And I’m keeping Alex’s questions! They were really good!

1. Who was your first book crush?
2. Who was your most recent book crush?
3. What popular ship do you sink?
4. Which unpopular ship do you actually love?
5. Do you have a favorite friends to lovers ship?
6. What ship reminds you of your relationship? or the relationship you would like to have?
7. What ship was just unnecessary?
8. Imagine your favorite ship 10 years in the future (from when their book ends)… where are they now?
9. Which book do you want to see adapted to tv/movie? Who would you cast to bring your ship to life?
10. What is a relationship that you wish happened?
11. What character(s) have broken your heart?

34 thoughts on “Tag: The Relationshipper Book Tag

      • Sahi says:

        I definitely will… probably next week πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒ
        And I’ve become a huge fan of Christina Lauren’s writing… such wonderful love stories… can’t wait to read their next one 😊😊😊

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      • Sahi says:

        I just got approved for the ARC today, and I still can’t believe it… it’s releasing in December but I feel like reading it right away ☺️☺️☺️

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      • Sahi says:

        Haha… I always tell myself that Sara… πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ Not that I can control myself if I see a special book right up there tempting me 😜😜😜 And now I have 4 ARCs that I’m so excited to read.. and I don’t think I’ll ever reach that mythical 80% πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„

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      • Sara @ The Bibliophagist says:

        August was my month of catching up on ARCs and now I only have one left… I’m kind of wondering what I’m supposed to read now that I have all this freedom! And as long as you’re still getting approved, I don’t think you need to worry too much about that 80%!

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      • Sahi says:

        Wow that’s so cool of you… by now, I have quite a considerable backlist of ARCs that I have no interest in reading anymore… And I agree with you, I don’t really worry about that percentage… and I’ve been lucky these past couple of months coz I got some very good ones approved… Hope the luck continues πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒ
        And I’m sure you can request just here and there to read up in all your free time 😜😜😜

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  1. SHA @ Book Princess Reviews says:

    I think I agree (very strongly) with your answer for #7. Like you said, the world is falling apart, there is not time for romance!! Not to mention how often the romance boils down to “do I save my love interest … or the world???” O: Like … the world probably? And it all goes towards making the protagonist (who is very often female) look weaker because she can’t do all this world-saving business without her male partner.

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  2. rayasreads says:

    Reading that future bit in your answer for Josh and Lucy made me get happy butterflies! Hehe.
    Did you see the announcement for The Hating Game movie? It’s got me both cautiously excited and nervous. I REALLY want it to be well-made.

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