This is one of my favorite shows and it is mentioned frequently in “Broken Boarders”. In honor of January of 2021, I am doing this tag. I was recently informed that The Office is being taking off Netflix. Um, why? Idiots.
Michael Scott – the book that tried way to hard.
“Little White Lies” was just so bad. I DNF it in the middle because it was just crap. I only read the last chapter because I had to know who the father was. The main character has conveniently done everything as a child and remembers it. It was just way to simple and it made me disappointed that the author couldn’t come up with something better and more creative.
Dwight Schrute – a book that ended up being a lot more complex than you thought it would be.
“After” just through me over the edge. I knew that there was a series and that it was complicated but I thought I knew what I was getting myself into when i read the first book. I was so wrong…
Jim Halpert – YOU in a book. Book/character that you related to a ton.
“Out of His League”. There is a reason I put it on my favorites list. It was funny and I could relate to the main character exactly. She transfers to a new school and tries to change her persona. I did the exact same thing in seventh grade when I moved states.
Pam Beesly – seriously underrated but amazing book you wish everyone would read!
“This is Falling”. From what I have seen, this book has not gotten a lot attention. I love this book so much and it sad that it isn’t promoted as much as it deserves to be.
Ryan Howard – THE INTERN. Debut novel that impressed you.
I haven’t read a debut books yet. Unless the plot really interests me, I don’t really read them. But if it is on my TBR I will most definitely read it.
Andy Bernard – ANNOYING book/character that you can’t help but love (or not).
“After”. I hate Tessa so much but I love her at the same time. It took me six months to finally contain myself and start loving it.
Robert California – Book/character/plot that went over your head or was really confusing.
“A Summer Like No Other” was a mess.
Angela Martin – Book with a plot that didn’t appeal to you at first but you ended up loving!
“The Best Kind of Broken” is an audiobook that I found on YouTube and I was desperate to read something so I decided this book was good enough. I love this book so much.
Kelly Kapoor – Favorite sassy character.
“On the Come Up” has Bri and that’s all I need to say. Just listen to her raps.
Kevin Malone – Book that features music.
In “P.S. I Like You” writing songs is a good portion of the book. I personally love music and listen to it whenever I can. I also write songs and I have a guitar. Reading about Lily and the journey it took to create the song made me feel happy.
Phyllis Lapin – Book that made you feel warm and fuzzy.
“P.S. I Like You”. Might as well just copy and paste my last answer.
Oscar Martinez – Book that has an awesome LGBT character that defies stereotypes.
“The Wrong Bachelor”. He is so freaking hilarious and I would’ve loved to see more of this secondary character.
Stanley Hudson – Character/book that did not give a fuck.
“Shuffle, Repeat” has June in it and that is basically a portion of the plot. She could not care about high school and she’s just waiting for the next portion of life.
Meredith Palmer – Book you couldn’t stomach (too graphic/violent/romantic/vulgar – or whatever your reason!)
I don’t really have one. I have books that just genuinely sucked, otherwise no.
Creed Bratton – Book/series that only ever made you ask more questions.
“The Series of Unfortunate Events” takes place in a totally different world and I just have so many questions about it.
I’m listening to NF and you need to do the same. I have listened to him for about four and a half years, gone to one of his concerts, and I have to say that he has never disappointed. I will probably cry in January of 2021, so if you know me in person, don’t get freaked out. If you can’t wait for tomorrow, linked below are all of the books I mentioned. Shameless self promo…
Love you all ♡