Two Truths & A Lie Tag

How well do you know me as a reader? Or maybe you’ll get lucky and guess right? πŸ€ Only one way to find out!

I was tagged by Kaleena @ Reader Voracious, who created this tag and the header image!

How to Participate

  • Create a post with your two bookish truths and one bookish lie – but be sure to keep it a secret so your readers can guess!
  • Reveal the lie in a spoiler at the bottom of your post (you can use this HTML code!)
  • Tag 8 friends to play along.
  • Link back to the original post so [Kal] can see all your secrets!

My 2 Truths + A Lie

  1. I’ve read The Infernal Devices, The Mortal Instruments, and The Dark Artifices, but none of the short story collections.
  2. With exactly one exception, I’ve read every book that was assigned for class, without resorting to summaries or SparkNotes.
  3. My favorite classic novel is Jane Eyre.
Β» THE LIE IS… (click to show) #1! Middle school/early high school was my Shadowhunters phase, and while I’ve reread TMI and TID a few times each, as well as The Bane Chronicles, once the show came out I was a little burned out on the fandom so I haven’t read TDA or the newer short stories. On the other hand, I’ve never resorted to SparkNotes, even for Shakespeare, but I skimmed Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck. Classics tend to be hit or miss in terms of enjoyment, but Jane Eyre was a rare love-at-first-read.

Did you guess the lie? Let me know!

Tagging: bookbuyer β€’ Lisa @ Lili Star Reads β€’ Jamsu @ Jamsu Dreams β€’ Anna @ Scones & Tomes Society β€’ Cat @ Pages & Plots β€’ Chaima @ runawaywithdreamthieves β€’ Ben @ Ben’s Reads β€’ Maggie @ Book Nerd Maggie β€’ Jordan @ Fairytales and Tea β€’ and anyone else who wants to do it!

21 thoughts on “Two Truths & A Lie Tag

    1. haha I was hoping “with exactly one exception” wouldn’t give it away! and no, I’m definitely not a great student in a lot of ways (and I’ve definitely been tempted to skim or SparkNotes several other required reads!) but I could never pass up the chance to show off my original insights in class, because I was (and still am!) a huge know-it-all πŸ˜…


    1. credit for the idea definitely belongs to Kaleena, but please feel free to consider yourself tagged if you want to join in!


    1. πŸŽ‰ and YES grapes of wrath was terrible!!! my teacher actually wrote up her own chapter summaries based on what we needed to know, and even made a list of chapters we could skip πŸ˜‚ I have a feeling she wouldn’t have included it if it wasn’t in the department-wide curriculum.

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  1. This is so fun! You are a much better student than I, I’ll have to admit xD I’ll definitely through this up in my editorial calendar!

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