Bad Bunny X 100PRE Book Tag

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When Bad Bunny’s X 100PRE dropped, all the Puerto Rican youths paused their lives to be immersed in Benito Martínez’s lyrics. Either when he’s talking about yearning for lost love, spreading self-confidence, praising weed, or just telling we’re all fine after the passage of Hurricane Maria, you’ll bop along and identify with some part of his musical essence. Which is how I ended up deciding to make a book tag based off his debut solo album. You can use books you’ve read or that are on your tbr, so long as you tag me/credit me as the creator of this tag. Also, use any platform you’d like to do this tag: do it as a Twitter thread, BookTube tag, or even bookstagram challenge! (This book tag was largely inspired by Fadwa at Word Wonders’s Manic album book tag so please check hers out as well!!) Este challenge bota fuego fuego (FIYAH FIYAH):

  1. NI BIEN NI MAL – a book with a relationship breakup (ex. From Twinkle with Love, by Sandhya Menon has a friendship breakup)
  2. 200 MPH – a book with the sea/ocean as a setting (ex. Don’t Date Rosa Santos by Nina Moreno is set in a beachside town)
  3. ¿QUIÉN TU ERES? – a book with an intense confrontation scene (ex. Shadowshaper Legacy by Daniel José Older has an epic confrontation scene between Sierra and a big bad while simultaneously there’s a battle happening thousands of miles away between Sierra’s friends and some neo-nazis)
  4. CARO – a book with a confident and/or carefree main character (ex. Song of the Abyss by Makiia Lucier has such a confident and capable MC in Reyna)
  5. TENEMOS QUE HABLAR – an epistolary or mixed media novel (ex. Dear Haiti, Love Alaine by Maika and Maritza Moulite has a combination of journal entries, letters, emails, and more)
  6. OTRA NOCHE EN MIAMI – a book with an economically privileged (RICH) main character (ex. Color Me In by Natasha Diaz has an MC who’s rich thanks to her father’s money)
  7. SER BICHOTE – a book with a character going against their parents’ wishes (ex. I Wanna Be Where You Are by Kristina Forest has an MC who wants to be a dancer and goes on a roadtrip behind her mother’s back to audition)
  8. SI ESTUVIÉSEMOS JUNTOS – a book with the unrequited love trope (ex. The Countess Conspiracy by Courtney Milan revolves around two characters who are best friends and each other believes they don’t have feelings for each other– and in fact, they’re IN LOVE)
  9. SOLO DE MI – a book revolving around bodily autonomy (ex. The Moon Within by Aida Salazar is the story of a girl learning about her body and how she can appreciate it)
  10. CUANDO PERRIABAS – a book where the main character is a dancer (ex. Take the Lead by Alexis Daria is a romance novel set in a Dancing with the Stars-esque reality competition)
  11. LA ROMANA – a book with either fire imagery on the cover and/or the word “FIRE” on the title (ex. With the Fire on High by Elizabeth Acevedo, hello)
  12. COMO ANTES – a book with multiple timelines (ex. Dark and Deepest Red by Anna-Marie McLemore is a dual-timeline YA set between 2017(?) California and 1507 Starsbourg)
  13. RLNDT – a book with an unreliable narrator (ex. More Happy Than Not by Adam Silvera is a grounded sci-fi about a boy named Aaron who’s figuring out his sexuality and going through a rough patch and notices the people around him acting weirder)
  14. ESTAMOS BIEN – a book by a Puerto Rican writer (ex. The Education of Margot Sánchez by Lilliam Rivera, who’s from Puerto Rico)
  15. MIA – a co-written/co-authored book (ex. Miss Meteor by Anna-Marie McLemore and Tehlor Kay Mejia, coming out in fall 2020)

Tag whomever you want, or take this as my invitation to do it yourself! 

I tag Melanie @thebookfaerie on IG/@ashymareads on Twitter, Cande @iamrainbou on twitter/IG & latinxmagicbk, Caro @santanareads on Twitter/@santana_reads on IG/ Andrea @alifebydreaming on Twitter/bookramble on YouTube, and whoever wishes to do so.

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