Freebie Friday: Favorite Album Book Tag

Hello Readers!

As you know by know I enjoy watching a lot of book tag videos on YouTube.   And there are a lot out there. Now while I haven’t watched them all, I noticed that something was missing.

There are plenty of tags that combine my two favorite things – books and music – like the playlist tag (created by ) and the OMG This Song book tag (created by Katesbookdate  … I think) and even the Music & Books tag (created by Jessethereader) .

But the kind of tag that I was searching for only seemed to exist in my head. So I though, why not create a tag of my own.

So let me (try) to explain the obvious tag that’s been brewing in my head. Basically, you take a music CD (or album or whatever it is you may call it). It could be an all time favorite album, it could be a random album.  All you have to do is go through track by track and pick a book that relates to the the song title, the lyrics, or even whatever the meaning of that song means to you.

I think this sounds like fun, and it sounds like a tag that could be done over and over again without getting old and stale.

Today I’m going to be doing my newly created tag and I hope you enjoy it!


The album I’m choosing for this tag is one that is an all time favorite. It’s one that I can sing each and every lyric to. It’s one that makes me feel the most me ….

No Doubt’s Tragic Kingdom

Track 1: Spiderwebs (or a book about sticky situations)

I Hunt Killers by Barry Lyga

Track 2: Excuse Me Mr. (or a book about trying to get the guy’s attention)

Revenge of the Girl With the Great Personality by Elizabeth Eulberg

Track 3: Just a Girl (or a book all about Girl Power)

Moxie by Jennifer Mathieu

Track 4: Happy Now (or a book with a happily ever after)

Anna and The French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins

Track 5: Different People (or a book that celebrates the main character being different from all his/her character peers)

Dumplin’ by Julie Murphy

Track 6: Hey You (or a book about following ones dreams)

For the Record by Charlotte Huang

Track 7: The Climb (or a book about overcoming a challenge)

Dear Martin by Nic Stone

Track 8: Sixteen (or a book I feel every sixteen year old should read)

To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee

Track 9: Sunday Morning (or a book where you’ve seen the most character growth)

Simon vs The Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli

Track 10: Don’t Speak (or a book about heart break)

Broken Beautiful Hearts by Kami Garcia

Track 11: You Can Do It (or a book about a big misunderstood)

Undead Girl Gang by LIly Anderson

Track 12: World Go Round (or a book set in a foreign destination)

Love & Gelato by Jenna Evans Welch

Track 13: End it On This (or a book that is the last in a series)

Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins

Track 14: Tragic Kingdom (or a book with a fantastical element)

The Cruel Prince by Holly Black