Thank you so much to my blogging and book soul sister Cody, from Literary-ly Obsessed, for tagging me! You're simply the best, Cody! :D
I'd like to tag these lovely people in return:
1. Caro, at Just Another Bookish Blog
2. Diaries of A Book Lover
3. Sinead, at Less Reality, More Books
4. Aeriko, at The Reading Armchair
Here we go! And you can click on the covers at the bottom to read more about these books :)
1. Best Actor:
(Best Male Protagonist)
Daemon Black, from Jennifer L. Armentrout's Lux series. Oblivion, the book featuring just Daemon's POV, hasn't come out yet, but when it does... :D
2. Best Actress
(Best Female Protagonist)
Hands down, Meghan Chase from Julie Kagawa's Iron Fey series. She was the beginning of my YA journey, after all...
3. Best Cinematography
(Best Plot Twist)
A Thousand Pieces of You by Claudia Vincent. Because...well, let's just say that I did not see that coming.
4. Best Costume Design
(Best Book Cover)
I'm going to have to go with The Selection series, by Kiera Cass. Am I a sucker for pretty dresses? Probably.
5. Best Supporting Actor and Actress
(Best Male and Female Sidekick)
Male: Quinn, from C. J. Redwine's Defiance series. I love him to bits.
Female: Isabelle, from Cassandra Clare's The Mortal Instruments series. She is fantastic!
6. Best Original Screenplay
(Most unique plot/world)
Snow Like Ashes by Sara Raasch. It's an epic high fantasy, with countries based on seasons. That is so cool and original. It's one of my favourites too!
7. Best Adapted Screenplay
(Best Book-to-Movie Adaptation)
Harry Potter. No contest.
8. Best Animated Feature
(A book that would work well animated)
Um... Maybe The Girl in the Steel Corset by Kady Cross?
9. Best Director
(A writer you discovered for the first time)
Jennifer Estep, author of the Mythos Academy series. I discovered her on a whim, and her books were pretty good!
10. Best Visual Effects
(Best novella or short book)
Summer's Crossing by Julie Kagawa. Reading from Puck's POV brings a smile to my face like no other.
11. Best Picture
Winterspell, by Clarie Legrand. It's a retelling of The Nutcracker, and is perfect to read during Christmas!
Feel free to do this tag if you haven't been nominated yet! :)