Where in the World Book Tag!

Happy Thursday, guys!

It’s been ages since I last posted a book tag but I’m glad my dear friend, Audrey @Audrey Writes Abroad, mentioned me in this super interesting book tag! Thanks, Audrey! ❤

So, let me present you with my first book tag of 2019: Where in the World?

Hope you’re having a lot of fun here! 😉


  1. Name three books that you loved that are set in another city (or strongly inspired by it if fantasy).
  2. Share three places in the world that you think would make an awesome setting for a book.
  3. Tag as many people as you want!



all the bright placesIf you knew me well, All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven is my No.1 favorite of all time and even up to now, I haven’t read anything more memorable than this. The story makes me want to visit all the *bright* places in Indiana, U.S., because that’s where Finch and Violet meet. It’s also where everything begins… ❤

P.S. You could check out my review HERE.


anna undreamingSpeaking of fantasy world, the one I absolutely adore is the dreamland in Thomas Welsh’s Anna Undreaming. The entire story is inspired by Glasgow, Scotland. Anna is the Undreamer, who’s always pragmatic and being realistic about everything; on the contrary, the world she lives in is full of Dreamers like artists, musicians, and magicians. I’m fascinated by the imaginative realms in the story and would love to experience the lifestyle there. 🙂

Learn more about this book HERE!


butterfly projectAs some of you may know, Emma Scott is a brilliant contemporary romance author, who’s published a bunch of amazing bestsellers in the past few years. My most favorite book of hers is undoubtedly The Butterfly Project because A) it’s set in New York City, where I’d love to revisit as many times as possible, and B) the OTP is so adorable. Beckett and Zelda are incredibly cute together and I miss their funny banters, subtle flirts, and unending swoon-worthy moments so much. 😛

Read more of my thoughts HERE.



1)  Finland–Ever since having a Finnish exchange student in my class, I’ve been wondering what it’s like to live there, to have a story based in that seemingly dreamy place. Hopefully I’d get to read something Finnish soon!

2) Sweden–I’ve always imagined Swedish weather being cloudy and gloomy, just the perfect place for mystery, suspense, or thriller books!

3) Bali–Tropical places are great choices for contemporary stories, in my opinion! Bali’s the first foreign place I’ve been to and even though I was still a kid back then, I remotely remembered the passionate locals and delicious gourmet. Love the atmosphere and overall surrounding!



1)  Colleen @ Colleen’s Conclusions

2) Lauren @ Lala’s Book Reviews

3) SPasciuti @ Reader Fox

4) Kay @ Time to Read

5) Sofi @ A Book. A Thought.


Have fun, guys! Can’t wait to read your answers! (No pressure, please! Feel free to skip this if you weren’t interested.) Thanks again, Audrey, for tagging me; I had a fantastic time sharing my thoughts with all of you. 🙂 Make sure to check out her awesome blog. ❤


Until next time,

Jasmine 🙂


9 thoughts on “Where in the World Book Tag!

  1. What a fun post!

    I have been wanting to read All The Bright Places since I bought the book ages ago now. I definitely hope to finally get around to reading it this year. I hear there was a movie adaptation made, but have no idea when it’s coming out. I never heard of The Butterfly Project before, but sounds like it’s worth a read.

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    • All the Bright Places is so, so, so emotionally good, Jodi!!! You HAVE TO read it ASAP. I’m super excited about its movie featuring Elle Fanning and Justice Smith, both adorable actors, and as far as I know, it’ll be out sometime this year. *wink* Honestly, I adore pretty much all of Emma Scott’s books but The Butterfly Project is definitely one of the most unforgettable stories I’ve ever read. Aww, I’m going to envy you for being able to feel everything for the first time if you’d got the chance to do so! Anyway, feel free to share your thoughts on this tag if you want & thanks for dropping by, Jodi! ❤

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      • I definitely know there is a trailer out for the movie adaptation of All The Bright Places, but I haven’t watched it yet cause I wasn’t sure if there would be any kind of spoilers. But yes, definitely going to try and read that this year at some point.

        I never heard of Emma Scott before, but definitely going to try and check out some of her books along with The Butterfly Project now. Thanks for sharing about Scott’s work. Love discovering new authors and books, so this is great!

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