Rainy Day Book Tag

Rainy Day Book Tag

Posted on Nov 24, 2020 in Book

It’s November and that means rainy season here. Thanks to melodious rain drops and the dark cloud that blowing the cold wind into the house, I decided to update this blog with something related to the rain and then, found this rainy day book tag from Lauren’s Bookshelf blog. Big thanks to Lauren.

I love book tag posts although I don’t post regularly. Because I found it kinda makes me feel relaxed to post something on the blog compared to another type of posts. So if you want to post something on your blog but don’t know what it is, I surely would recommend to write something about tag-types post. Freely to google about it.

Question 1: Where do you like to read when it’s raining?

When I’m at home, I like reading in my bedroom and sit comfortably on the bed. And of course trying harder not to lie down because I’m pretty sure I’ll fall asleep pretty fast.

I tried to read on the couch at living room, but I found it less comfortable compared to my room. Because of I’m a type of person who easily distracted by the others things happen around me, like the TV shows, food and the cats in the house, I definitely can’t focus on the book. Plus I hate when someone stare at me when I’m reading, so for the best, I better just stick in the room until I’m done with the reading.

Question 2: Best book to read on a rainy day?

Rooftop Rant by Hlovate and Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell.

Actually there’s more than two books but if I can choose, I’ll choose these two although it was hard to do so.

Question 3: Book with rain? In the book or on the cover?

I don’t have any book with rain on the cover. I don’t remember any book that has a rainy scene (seriously I forgot a lot of things) but when I found it (reread the book) I will change the answer, because I’m sure, there were.

Question 4: Book that made you cry?

I am a last person when it comes to cry because I’m not a cry baby. I don’t cry over a book. I even don’t cry over a boy. When I read a book, I am read a book. When it comes to the sad part of the story, others might or might not sad and cry over it, I’ll just find myself feeling sad but not completely cry.

I thought it definitely normal when at some moments, you just don’t feel you need to cry over a something.

But I know one thing. If you cry over some part of the story, that means the writer of the book really great at writing a book and win your heart. Is that good ?

Now, I’m curious what kind of book that will make I cry, someday. But not over of silly part of the story, please?

Question 5: Least favorite book?

Awak Sungguh ‘Perfect’ by Nurul Syahida and Street Vendetta by Mazni Aznita.

I love Nurul Syahida. I definitely in love with her writing style, how laid back she is. Among all her books, Awak Sungguh Perfect is the last one I will choose to reread haha. And Street Vendetta because of the plot (migraine attack) , as I can remember but the scene between Anabella and Kojie are hilarious and funny.

Let’s be real, it’s a hard to give an answer to this kind of question. But I kept reminding myself that least favorite thing is not something I hate. So, nothing is wrong about having something the ‘least favorite‘ things. It’s not only book, but more than that. Least favorite perfume, skincare products, songs, dramas or movies, not forget anime.

Question 6: Favorite drink for a rainy day?

Black coffee. The hot one. Large cup. I am typical woman who loves drink hot drinks during rainy day, drink something hot definitely make me feel comfortable and relax.

Drink hot coffee while taking a break from reading or while watching some good shows on Netflix unquestionably the best for ‘me time’.

I hope you will enjoy yourself while reading this post.

It is Allah who sends the winds, and they stir the clouds and spread them in the sky however He wills, and He makes them fragments so you see the rain emerge from within them. And when He causes it to fall upon whom He wills of His servants, immediately they rejoice.

Surah Ar-Rum, 30:48



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