By now, Shadow of the Colossusholds the title of King of the Cult Classics; this sorely underappreciated masterpiece did not receive the commercial success that it was rightfully due, but I've devised a way to honor the greatness that is this game: with a book tag of course! This tag was really difficult to think up questions for because there are sixteen Colossi, that's a lot of questions to come up with, but there's not much to cleverly reference within the game because there's not much else to do besides slaying the Colossi. But, somehow, I've managed to come up with questions; I just used the things that each Colossus is modeled after as a jumping off point, so now I have questions! YAY! Like most of these tags that I create, I myself don't have a great many answers, so I'm just going to list all the questions and you can answer and tag to your hearts contents.
So, this is the first installment of a new series called My Internet Faves. If you remember back in April when I posted that Update, I mentioned starting a new series where I'd talk about the stuff from the Internet that I like and recommend some content for you guys, and since I needed something other than tags and Monthly Recommendations to fill the Monday posting slots I've decided that now is a good a time as any to start on that. Up first, we enter the world of Booktube with my most recent YouTube discovery: Danielle from Pixie Tonic. Click the icon to go to channel homepage, click here to see her favorite and least favorite books of 2015.
I'm back with yet another book tag for y'all! This time it's an older tag created by a BookTuber by the name of the BookArcher(click the picture to be taken to her channel, click the channel name to go straight to the video). Today, I'm going to be doing the Unpopular Opinions Book Tag. I love listening to people's unpopular opinions because they lead to more interesting discussions and you can find out more concrete details about people and their reading preferences rather than hearing them annoyingly gush about the same character for hours. I know that this tag has been going around for at least a nine months now, but I didn't want to do it while the tag was really popular because I'm positive people were tired of seeing it by the time the fifth BookTuber or blogger they're subscribed to did a video/post. So, I'm doing it now.
Hello, there my lovely readers!!! If you couldn't guess by the title, today I'm going to be doing the Totally Should've Book Tag. This is a tag that was created by a BookTuber by the name of emmmabooks(click this link to go to the vid; click her pic to go to her channel) and it is sort of an opposite to the Totally Didn't Book Tagcreated by ReadLikeWildFire. There are eleven questions in this tag and they are mostly about things that we'd like to see happen with our favorite books, graphic novels, and the like that haven't happened. YET. So, without further ado, let's get right into it.