I was recently tagged by Cátia @ The Girl Who Read Too Much to do the Olympics book tag created by Valerie @ Little Dutch Book Shop and thought it was the perfect time to do this! I watched the Gymnastics individual final last night and it was amazing! Gymanstics and Equestrian are my favourites to watch! Equestrian is the only one I actually fully understand haha.
So let’s get on with it!
Artistic gymnastics is all about grace and beauty, especially on beam and floor, but if you only flex your toes for just a second on any other event, such as bars or vault, it can lead to a deduction that can cost you your golden medal. That’s why I want to know: What is a beautifully written book?
The Wrath and the Dawn by Renée Ahdieh is the most beautiful book I’ve ever read! 😍 I love this book so much it honestly makes me emotional. The writing is absolutely wonderful and so is the story and the characters!
Athletics is all about speed. In most events the fastest person wins, but in other events your speed is also an important part of your chance yo win that gold medal. So you can really say that speed is key. That is why I want to know: What is a fast paced book?
Kings Rising was a great, fast paced read and I love it so much! I’m so sad this trilogy is over 😦
Beach Volleyball reminds me so much of summer! I mean, you can only play it on the beach, it is fun to do with friends. It makes you forgive all of the sand for getting into places you don’t actually want sand. That’s why I want to know: What is a perfect book for summer?
I don’t really read any differently in summer, winter, etc. but when I hear summer read I think something light like a contemporary book. However, I don’t really read any comtemporaries so i’m gonna go with an amazing, fast paced book I recommend everyone and that is Throne of Glass by Sarah J Maas!
Divers is all about getting into that water without making a splash, but it is also about strength and, when performed by two divers, about synchronity. But all in all the fact that they dive that far into the water, knowing that when they mess up, it hurts is very respectable. That’s why I want to know: What is a book you read without knowing anything about it bedore you started?
I didn’t really know anything about The Kiss of Deception when I picked it up and thankfully ended up pleasently surprised!
It’s all about the horses with this sport, they are as importent as the athletes who ride them. It is amazing how much these animals can do! That’s why I want to know: Who is your favorite bookish animal? (it can be a fantasy animal like a dragon)
I’m gonna have to say Abraxos from the Throne of Glass series! He’s just so cute, this giant sorta dragon smelling flowers 🙈 And I love how Manon is with him.
Rhytmic Gymnastics is all about flexibility. Gymnasts perform all kinds of contortionistic moves, and that all while keeping their eye on a prop. And they are also able to include this prop in their, often graceful routines. It hurts my back looking at it, but I want to know: Who do you find a very flexible writer?
I don’t really know what to answer to be honest
I tag everyone who wants to do this 😀
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Artistic Gymnastics is my favourite Olympic event to watch! It’s so beautiful but technical at the same time, which I guess is why it is used as a metaphor to describe beautiful, well-written books! 🙂
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