Burn, Rewrite, Reread tag

Posted July 30, 2015 by Grace @ Rebel Mommy Book Blog in Tags / 34 Comments

tag time

I was tagged for the Burn, ReWrite, ReRead tag by Nick @ Nick’s Book Blog and Nicole @ Feed Your Fiction Addiction. Thanks guys!

The rules: There are three rounds. I have to use a random number picker applied to my “read” shelf on Goodreads for three books, and then decide what I’ll do to those three: burn, rewrite, or reread. For my three rounds I did one round from all my books, from my 2015 reads and from my 5 star books. That last one was really dumb of me.




Burn: Nash. I really liked this one. Might be my favorite from the Marked Men. But sorry – the others are just better.

Rewrite: Ugly Love. This isn’t my favorite CoHo book but I could never burn it. A little rewrite is my best choice here.

Reread: Station Eleven. Even though the ending to this wasn’t my favorite I really enjoyed this book overall. It was different and I like that.

SECOND ROUND: 2015 Books Read


Burn: Faking Perfect. Fine book. But the other two I prefer.

Rewrite: Never Never 2. I love the concept here. Execution on part 2 was eh for me so rewrite!

Reread: Follow Me Home. Such a cute book. Very warm and fuzzy and won by process of elimination.

THIRD ROUND: 5 Star Books


Burn: I don’t want to. You can’t make me damn it. The Nightingale. THAT HURT.

Rewrite: Maybe Someday. I have not a damn clue what I would rewrite but something. Something small.

Reread: Maybe in Another Life. I LOVED this book. I thought it was perfection.

Um that was way harder than I thought. I feel kind of sad about that last one.

ANYONE. I have seen this everywhere so whoever hasn’t done it. It’s fun, in a soul crushing kind of way.

Grace @ Rebel Mommy Book Blog


34 responses to “Burn, Rewrite, Reread tag

  1. Ha! This is pretty great. All of your rereads are books that I haven’t read yet, so I look forward to reading those. Colleen Hoover has a lot of rewrites. I agree with you as far as The Nightingale is concerned. I found it was well written, with a great storyline that just got boring and repetitive. It was one of those reads for me that I thought could have appealed to me had it been culled of some of the dreadful length.
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