Hello all! Who’s ready to rock out?! I saw this a while back on the wonderful Novel Glimpse and just thought I HAVE TO DO THIS!!!

This tag was originally done by Katesbookdate on Youtube

Okay let’s do the hokey cokey and jump right into it!

My Jam:

A song you have to listen to no matter how many times you’ve heard it before
a book you’ll never get sick of:

New World Symphony- erm I’ve been listening to this on repeat for years… it never gets old! 😉

The Hobbit!


A song that reminds you of the cringiest time in your life
a book you read that you wouldn’t like if you were to read it now:

Teenagers… reminds me of, well, being a teenager 😉

I don’t know if I’d like to take back a positive rating! So I’ll just steal Novel Glimpse’s answer, because the cheating in Anna and the French Kiss is really wrong.


A recent song that you have on repeat
a recent favourite book:

Belle- because new to me is a throwback! 😉 My friend introduced this to me and I couldn’t stop listening to it- especially once I started reading Hunchback of Notre Dame– and on that note…

Hunchback of Notre Dame- I couldn’t pick anything other than this to pair with that song!


A song that is literally me
a book that is me in book form:

Right now, I’m feeling a great indie track: Living Room by Martha St Arthur. But ask me tomorrow and I’m going to have a different answer.

Alice in Wonderland- cos I feel like I got lost somewhere down a rabbit hole.


A weird song that you liked anyway
a unique book that stuck out to you for some reason:

Oh it’s got to be the Anglo Saxon version of Pumped Up Kicks- party like it’s 1066!

Book of Hidden Things is so weird and wonderful and underrated (cos I personally think people don’t really get all that weirdness 😉)


Pick your best pump up song
a book that inspires you:

This is Your Fight Song remixed by the Piano Guys- because nothing pumps me up quite like the bagpipes 😉

Man’s Search for Meaning- it’s one of the most important books I’ve read in my life.


Your best relaxing song
a book you’d curl up with on a rainy day:

So so tempted to go for something like Too Late by Black Sabbath (it does help to let off steam!!) but I think Chopin’s Raindrop prelude is more suitable for this question!

Jane Eyre- c’mon don’t tell me you’re not here for the pathetic fallacy in that opening scene 😉


A guilty pleasure song
a light, trashy read you can’t help but love:

I don’t have guilty pleasures! Just pleasure 😉 But okay, I listen let’s mix things up: Daddy Yankee’s Dura and the throwback Gym Class Hero’s Cookie Jar. God I was so cool… ten years ago 😉

Also no guilt about Hating Game- love that book!


A throwback song you look back on fondly
a book you read and loved when you were young:

Anything by the Beatles! I was brought up on the Beatles music and it feels like a part of me.  

Harry Potter- the wizarding world is the ULTIMATE NOSTALGIA TRIP! And great for this time of year!

And that’s all for now! I tag anyone who fancies doing it! Are you feeling my answers? Or do you think I’m off my rocker?! Let me know in the comments!

11 thoughts on “OMG! THAT SONG Book Tag!

  1. So I saw the title of this tag and thought, “OH! That sounds fun!”…Then read your post and realized I had already done it. Haha. How easy I forget. I loved reading your answers — especially where you agreed with me on Anna and the French Kiss.

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  2. Loved reading your answers. I like listening to music but I’m not sure if I’d have any tunes I could list for these prompts.


  3. I love Dvorak, too! And The Beatles and Harry Potter! ❤

    When I first joined Goodreads, and was adding books I had previously read, I couldn’t remember if I had read The Hunchback of Notre Dame or if I was just remembering the old black and white movie. I need to read it because I’m sure if I have read it at some point I’ll remember. Ha ha. 😅

    This tag is very entertaining. 🎶


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