I’m doing this tag for two reasons. One, because it’s been a while since I last did a tag and I really wanted to do this one. Two, because last week Google Chrome decided to delete all of my bookmarks and thus my whole folder full of tag links. Over half of the tags that I’ve been tagged in and had links to I’ve lost and I learned that my about me section doesn’t have all of them either. So, now I feel really bad. I just wanted to let you guys know because there are a lot of tags I was tagged in that I might never get around to. 😖
Now onto the post –
I’m pretty sure I was tagged by multiple people to do this but I only have the link to the one that Michelle @ Book Adventures tagged me in. Thanks so much again for the tag, Michelle! Be sure to check out her post for this as well as her blog because both are amazing. 💕
This tag was originally created by Emmmabooks on Booktube.
*covers link to Goodreads or my review
Totally Should’ve Gotten A Sequel
I’ve always thought that Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell should have gotten a sequel. (Wasn’t it talked about at one point as a possibility?) The ending always felt so open to me and while Cath’s story ended on a very resolute note I didn’t feel the same about the other characters in the story. I wanted to see more of Levi and Cath and what the future held for them. I wanted to see more of Cath’s sister Wren. And, of course, I wanted to see more of Cath’s roommate Reagan. I’ve just always wanted more.
Totally Should’ve Gotten A Spin-Off Series
I adored the Under the Never Sky trilogy! It’s still one of my top favorites when it comes to dystopia. However, the ending left me with so many questions. I won’t say anything because I don’t want to spoil it but I’ve always wanted a spin-off series or even just a novella after the last book.
An Author Who Should Write More Books
Hands down, Jandy Nelson. I could never get enough books written by her! She’s one of my favorite contemporary authors and I’ve loved both of her books so much. I need more.
A Character Who Totally Should’ve Ended Up With Someone Else
At first, I didn’t think I had one for this because I’m the type of shipper who always ends up shipping whoever ends up together. Then I really thought about it and even though no one is technically together in the Dark Gifts books, yet, before the full introduction of the Jardines I shipped Abi and Silyen for some reason (not a spoiler but that’s not who her love interest ends up being). I don’t even know but once the idea of them together was in my head it wouldn’t go away. So, yeah, I wouldn’t mind them ending up together. (Right now anyway as there’s only one book in the series and who knows what’s going to happen with all of these characters in the other books.) 🙈
Totally Should’ve Had A Movie Franchise
Who else thinks the Six of Crows duology would translate really well on screen? I would love it if these books got a movie franchise! They’re so action packed and suspenseful plus add in the fantasy elements and I think they would make really popular movies.
Totally Should’ve Kept The Original Covers
Even though I don’t mind the new covers and they’re also doing the old style as a special edition I think a lot of people will agree with me when I say they shouldn’t have changed the covers nearly in the middle of the series. One of my bookish pet peeves.
Totally Should’ve Stopped At Book One
This is probably a cop out answer but I don’t have a pick for this one. I think it’s because when I don’t enjoy the first book in a series I tend to not pick up the next one and then when I do enjoy the first book I almost always want more. I’ve never run into a series that I feel should have stopped at one book.
…And anyone else who wants to do it! 😊