It feels like it’s been absolutely forever since I’ve done a proper book tag, and I think this is the most perfect tag I’ve seen in a while! 💕 Normally, I don’t like doing tags, because it just reminds me that I’m the most basic book blogger ever and I actually have not read as many books as literally everyone else, but I’m making an exception for this one because it’s Percy Jackson! My mind is currently filled with my love for PJO, and for May, who created this tag. 😊
I remember the exact moment I finished Percy Jackson and the Olympians. I remember precisely where I was, how I felt, and what kinds of emotions I was going through. Reading that series over the course of a month was one of the highlights of my time as a young reader, and I don’t think I’ll ever forget how special those moments of reading were to me. With all the news about Percy Jackson being adapted by Disney+, this got me thinking… how much can a favorite series impact us, and why?
I know whenever we think of story-ruining adaptations, we probably have flashbacks to the poor, disgraced nature-bending boys of 2010. *thinks sadly about the Percy Jackson and Avatar: The Last Airbender fandoms*
After 7 MONTHS of creation... here it is. My longest, most detailed, most anticipated post. 😌
When I was younger, I reread books all the time! It was easy, and honestly, I didn’t know just how many other options there were out there.
I loved the books I already owned, and I just kept reading them over and over again, no shame at all. I would just pick one of my faves up and simply reread it, with no worries about the impending doom of my TBR.
Nowadays, my TBR is suffering because I just have so many things I want to read next. Rereads seem like they would be a waste of time, but you know what? They’re not. This is my blog and you can’t tell me what to do.
I have decided that the best way to return to blogging in these dire times is with a fun post. So here we are!
This wasn't originally supposed to be a post! However, I was thinking about dreams the other day, and I realized that when I was younger, most of my craziest dreams had to do with Harry Potter (and Percy Jackson).