I am an avid emoji user, so you can imagine my excitement when I discovered I had been tagged for the Emoji Book Tag! Thanks so much to Liam @ Liam’s Library for tagging me!
The basic premise of this tag is that you can choose five emojis and talk about the books you associate with them. I’ve decided to go with the five emojis that I use the most. Let’s get started!
I use the celebration emoji ALL THE TIME. The first book that popped into my head when thinking about this book was The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald. Although the mood at the end of the story certainly isn’t celebratory, I love this book so much that I think it should never stop being celebrated. Besides, Gatsby sure knows how to through some awesome parties!
I feel like this sobbing emoji represents two extreme emotions: either REALLY sad or REALLY happy. Although All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr is very sad at times, it’s so amazing and beautiful that I can’t help but feel emotional after reading it.
For some reason, whenever I go to use a heart emoji I always gravitate towards the purple one. I chose for this one because the romance between Lilac and Tarver is adorable and unique, just like the purple heart.
Let’s face it: some moments are just plain awkward. For this emoji, I’ve decided to go with Anthony Doerr’s debut novel About Grace. I really expected to love this book because I loved All the Light We Cannot See, but unfortunately I was disappointed. It was still a good book, just not what I thought it would be.
I randomly use this peace sign a lot, and I feel as though it’s a good representation of Why Not Me? by Mindy Kaling. Mindy’s book is so fun to read that it instantly puts me in a relaxed, upbeat mood.
TAG, you’re it! Feel free to do this tag if you want to! Be sure to leave me a link if you do so I can check out your post!
Thanks again to Liam for tagging me!
What emojis do you use most often? Let me know in the comments section below!