Mulan Book Tag

Hello friends and fellow book lovers! It’s Sunday so that means it’s time for another tag post. I’m finally getting around to this tag since I was tagged like almost 2 months ago…oops! My bad.

Thank you so much to Marianna for tagging me. Marianna has such a lovely blog and she’s always posting fun tags and lists so be sure to check her out and show her some love. ❤


  • Mention the creator (Kirsty and the Cat Read)
  • Thank/mention the person who tagged you
  • Match books or characters to the questions below
  • tag as many people as you like🙂

Let’s get down to business to defeat this tag or the Huns??

Reflection: “When will my reflection show who I am inside?” -An inaccurate book cover that doesn’t reflect what the book is about


As soon as I saw this question, I knew Look Both Ways had to go on here. This cover makes it looks like it’s either a bi girl falling in love with another girl or about a girl discovering her bisexuality. Unfortunately, this book was nothing like that,  the MC “decided” she was straight and the book didn’t have a happy ending.

Mushu: A character with a lot to prove

The character I’m going with is Diana from Wonder Woman: Warbringer. The entire book focused on a teenage Diana, trying to prove she’s a warrior and that she’s capable of eventually become queen/saving the world.

“I’ll Make A Man Out of You”: A character who develops the most or a book with some kick-ass training scenes

The character I’m going with is Ramona Blue from Ramona Blue. This book starts off with her being so sure of herself before realizing nothing is ever a certain way. She also matures a great deal and starts to value herself more, something I think not a lot of YA focuses on.

“A Girl Worth Fighting For”: A ship you will defend till your last breath

Uhhh could there be any answer besides Miss Audrey Rose Wadsworth and Mr. Thomas Creswell? I think not and I will love this ship until I die.


Huns: A book/character that gives you the creeps

Basically all of the guys in What We Saw. They were all gross misogynist creeps who either took advantage of a girl or watched others do it. It made me sick to my stomach, reading about it.



Mulan: Your favorite bad-ass female protagonist

Soooo many choices, but I’m going with Lady Jane Grey from My Lady Jane. She might not be bad-ass in the traditional sense, but she was smart, determined and did what was right. Plus she’s hilarious so there’s no way I couldn’t include her on this list!

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22 thoughts on “Mulan Book Tag

  1. Ohhh, this is such a fun tag, I love it and your answers were so on point. The first book you mentioned sounds so ugh, why would someone wrote something like that???
    I can’t wait to read My Lady Jane because I’ve heard only great things about it. ❤
    Lovely post!


  2. Gosh I love Mulan, I’ll probably do this tag! Going with Diana from WWW is such a good choice! + Ahh Audrey and Thomas I so agree!


  3. Ooooh your answers were so much fun to read and the Mulan gifs were soooooooooo much love. I super loved Lady Jane, and I was super sad that we didn’t get more of her in the next book that they’re doing. And Audrey Rose and Thomas were adorableeeeeeeeee. I love this tag so much, and thank you for tagging me, Rebecca! I oddly enough have already done it, lol, but thank you for thinking of my princess self, lol. 😀 Wonderful post, and your answers were so great. 😀

    P.S. I love your new blog name. 😀


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