Alphabet Soup Book Tag – A is for Author

Hello lovelies! How are you? Today’s blog post is all about the Alphabet Soup Book Tag- A is for Author. This was created by Shawn The Book Maniac. Please leave a comment down below letting me know what your answers are to these questions. Hope you have an awesome day. 

1. A is for Author: A good book by an author whose first name or last name starts with the letter A. (First names are too easy, so bonus points for a surname; double bonus points for first and last name!)


A good book by an author whose first and last name starts with the letter “a” is The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom. 

2. A is for, well, “A”: The last book you read with the article/one-letter-word “a” in the title.


The Last book that I read with a one letter word “a” in the title was Park Avenue Summer.

3. A is for Angry: A book that pissed you off


A recent book that pissed me off was Her Last Secret. 

4. A is for Awesome: A top read of recent years


A top read of recent years is Daisy Jones and the Six. 

5. A is for Aaah!: A book whose title includes at least three a’s (bonus for more than three!)


A book whose title includes at least three “a’s” isThe Last Days of Rabbit Hayes which as 4 “a’s”. 

6. A is for Annoying : A character that drove you up the wall 


A character that drove me up the wall was Bob Ewall.  

7. A is for Ambivalent: A book you’re still not sure how you feel about


A book that I’m still not sure how I feel about is Most of All You. 

8. A is for Anticipation: A book (new release or not) that you’re very much looking forward to reading

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A book that I’ve been looking forward to reading is Imaginary Friends. 

9. A is for Actually: A book you didn’t expect to like, but did 


A book that I didn’t expect to like, but did is The Hating Game. 

10. A is for Affected: A character, book, or writer you feel is pretentious

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A character that I feel is pretentious is Jay Gatsby.  

11. A is for How’s It Going, Eh?: A book you liked by a Canadian writer, or one you want to read


A book that I liked by a Canadian writer was Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Motgumary.  

12. A is for Anticlimactic: A book you thought fizzled out at the end

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A book that I thought fizzled out in thee end was A Stranger in the House.