Summer is one of the best times to enjoy all the books so come and join me with the Summer Book Tag!
It is a truth universally acknowledged that an original book tag based on my favourite classic deserves an update and re-release on the new blog.
Today is my birthday so let’s celebrate with the books I love talking about the most in the Birthday Book Tag!
Hello! I’m back with another book tag, this time based on the Isles of Storm and Sorrow series by Bex Hogan, created by Nikki @BooksandLemonSquash. Sifa @SifaELizabethReads created the amazing header image and she’s also who tagged me.
It is a year since lockdowns in the UK started and we had the timely arrival of both Disney+ and Animal Crossing New Horizons. Both have been very important in giving me an escape when I’ve been unable to pick up a book or crochet, but playing Animal Crossing on my switch has become anContinue reading “Book Tag: Animal Crossing New Horizons”
Hello! Today I’m back with another fun tag, this time playing Never Have I Ever… with books and exposing some of my reading/book secrets. I wasn’t tagged by anyone but I saw it up on @Soph’s Book World and really liked it.
If there is one thing that gets us excited, it is a new book by our favourite author or a highly anticipated sequel we want in our hands as soon as the announcement goes live. It is a trait we have carried with us as readers throughout childhood into adolescence and adulthood, and even thoughContinue reading “What Book Generation Are You?”
Hello and welcome back to another book tag! Last month, I was tagged by the wonderful Alicia at A Colourful Bibliophile to do the Piano Playlist Tag and as someone who listens to quite a lot of classical music, and loves piano music in particular, I could not say no!
Hello. Today I’m coming to you with a tag I found on Autumn of Pellinor all about re-reading. It spoke to me on many levels so I couldn’t resist joining in and sharing it with all of you.
Hello. I am back with another tag post and this time it is the End of the Year Book Tag. Thankfully it has quite a few different questions and prompts to the ‘End of the Year survey” planned and scheduled in a week’s time so things won’t hopefully be too repetitive.