Hey, hey, fellow bookworms, friends and Marvel superhero fangirls (and boys!). Today’s post is perfect for anyone who can never overgush about a certain superhero named Steve Rogers aka Captain America. (He’s even shown up on my “fictional crushes” list!)
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So, until earlier this year, I didn’t know this tag was a thing. When I finally did see it, I was overexcited and knew it would need to
be a feature tag here. Well, it took me a long time to put it all together, but finally, it’s here. (The perfect timing too, considering Avengers: Infinity War opens this weekend.)
Let’s get to combining books with a favorite: Captain America!!
The Captain America Book Tag 2018
The Captain America Book Tag Questions
Peggy Carter: a book with a strong female protagonist
There are lots of women who are strong protagonists. Women like Sofi Snow (The Evaporation of Sofi Snow) or Emika
Chen (Warcross) are two who’d fit. But if I’m sticking with a theme and Peggy’s era, I’d go with the women in Sarah
Sundin’s WWII novels. So many amazing characters in those stories, and strength comes in many different forms and ways. It doesn’t always have to be physical – sometimes the greater strength in an emotional experience.
Howling Commandos: a book with squad goals
Can I just use The Avengers as squad goals?? I mean, I know I only know them from the cinematic storytelling world, but technically, they first appear in books! Please, introduce me to your favorite bookish squads.
Natasha Romanoff: a book with a snarky side character
I feel like Isaac from The Fault in our Stars fits this prompt. It’s been a while since I read the book though so I could be 100% off. Remind me, does he fit the “snarky” label or am I’m thinking of someone else?
Winter Soldier: a book with a great twist (plot twist or retelling)
The recently released Olivia Twist (authored by Lorie Langdon)is a creative re-telling of the Dickens’ classic Oliver
I’m Just A Kid from Brooklyn: a book with a memorable setting/character backstory
Help! I cannot think of one for this prompt. What stories have you read that fit this question? *continues to think*
You’ve Been Asleep, Cap: a book you love with a dual timeline/time travel
I Had A Date: a book with a cliffhanger
If I Run, which is written by Terri Blackstock.
I Understood That Reference: a book with a pop culture reference
THE REST OF THE CAPTAIN AMERICA BOOK TAG Qs
- Steve Rogers/Captain America: a book with a big character transformation
- Bucky Barnes: a book with your ultimate BROTP
- Red Skull: a book with a cliché plot
- Sam Wilson: a book with a friendship meet cute
- Do You Two…. Fondue?: a book with a love triangle
- Til The End Of The Line: a book with the OTP to end all OTPs
Here ends the Captain America Book Tag 2018; kudos to the creator for such a fun (fun) tag. If you’ve put together this tag, leave your blog post link (or video) below. I’d be glad to come by and see your post (video) and see your answers. Who’s your favorite Avenger? Are you nervous or excited to see ‘Infinity War’? Comment all the Avengers or bookworm talk below. As always, I look forward to chatting with you.
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