Georgiana @ ReadersHighTea tagged me in the Liebster Award! Thank you, Georgiana! This is the second time I’ve done this award tag – you can find my first answers here.
It’s that time of year again! I always start to see the Mid Year Freak Out Book Tag floating around early June, which always seems a little premature to me – there’s a whole month of the first half of the year left?! What if you read a masterpiece mid-June?! But we’re firmly in the second half of the year now so I’m ready to add mine to the pile.
Back in January I did the New Year Resolutions Book tag, and I talked about books, series, and authors I wanted to read in 2020. Since we’re about halfway through the year now, I thought it would be fun to look at the same questions again and see if I managed to read any of the things I was hoping to. Ah, bright-eyed January me. You would be sorely disappointed.
Happy hump day, guys. I think I’ve finally kicked my reading slump but I’m still struggling to find motivation to review books, so in the meantime, here’s another tag. This one was a little more fun than usual since it actually forced me to move around my room – working from home usually means I spend hours on my bed on a laptop!
Hey all, I’m back again with another tag since *sings* I have nothing else to post because I’m in a huge reading slump and generally have no energyyy!
Technically, this isn’t a tag but a set of ‘ask’ prompts from Tumblr, created by janeandthehivequeen. I’ve been a little de-motivated to write reviews recently but I’ve been reading a lot and working on some reading challenges, so I thought these would be fun questions to answer!
Quarantine sucks, and although I’ve managed to read a lot, I have no motivation to write reviews, so here’s a book tag.
I’m reading The Priory of the Orange Tree right now and it’s taking up a lot of reading time so I don’t have any reviews to post, so here’s another book tag! This time I’m looking at books I haven’t read.
I decided to finally do the Reread, Rewrite, Burn book tag that I’ve seen Kristen Kraves Books do a few times now. The rules are pretty simple: pick three books and, in the style of ‘Snog, Marry, Avoid’ (or any other less-PG13 versions you’ve come across) you pick which of the three books you would reread, rewrite, or just throw in a fire.
We’re already a couple of weeks into January now, and although I’ve finally stopped signing off all my emails with Happy New Year!, I’m still revelling in the New Year spirit. I saw this tag on LauReads and thought it would be a good way to come up with some little 2020 challenges. Maybe I’ll check back in with these resolutions mid-year to see how many I stuck with! As usual, not tagging anyone in particular, but would love to see your resolutions if you decide to do this tag too! Let’s get started.