I know, I know. It’s the 28th January. We are almost a whole month into 2021. This is late. But hear me out – time is a social construct so yes I am posting a New Year Book Tag when it’s almost February and you can’t stop me! Just wait til I post my 2020 stats in a couple of weeks (not even joking…). I saw this on my pal Lois’ blog and really wanted to do it!Continue reading “New Year Book Tag”
Like many bookish tags, i wasn’t tagged in this, i just think it’s really cool and wanted to try it out. The History Of My Bookshelf tag was created by Emmmabooks on YouTube, and it’s all about the history of your shelves, your past reads and how your shelves have developed over the years.
Last week, I ordered myself a Nintendo Switch with the game Animal Crossing New Horizons and of course I love it! I knew I would since I played Animal Crossing Wild World when I was much younger and adored it. I saw a few people posting this tag on Twitter in the last few weeks and decided to seek it out and give it a go myself! I love book tags and Animal Crossing so what could be better?
This tag was created by Angharad and Becky at Two Book Thieves. You can find the original post with their answers here. Continue reading “Animal Crossing New Horizons Book Tag”
Recently, well, a while ago to be honest, my good friend Charlotte atWonderfully Bookish created the What Makes Me Pick Up A Book Tag. I find it so interesting to see why people pick up books and their reasons for reading books. I think i’m pretty basic to be honest and my answers for this will be quite standard, but we shall see how i fair against everyone else!
Hi everyone, it’s Lois from Lois Reads Books and I am here today on The Little Contemporary Corner with a book tag! Sophie and I both love the podcast My Favorite Murder and recently read the memior that the creators of the podcast wrote together and we loved it. So, we thought what better way to show our love for the podcast and the book by creating a My Favorite Murder book tag! Sophie and I spent a long time thinking of questions and then designing little headers for the question. I did the designing and Sophie did the thinking that’s really how it went down. If you love the podcast, are completely new to the podcast or just want a book tag to join in with, please feel free! Just tag us so that we can see your answers, we’d love to see other people doing this! Sophie will be doing this tag over on Lois Reads Books, so be sure to head over there and check it out!
So, without further ado, here is the My Favorite Murder Book Tag! Continue reading “My Favorite Murder Book Tag”
Look, before you say anything, I know this is mega late. Sarah posted hers a few weeks ago and tagged me and I also wanted to join the hype because I love a good tag! I don’t do many resolutions or goals at New Year – I set myself intentions which are flexible and I adapt when it feels right. It’s the same with my reading! I have a few intentions which I’m working towards but mostly I’m just going to read what I want to read. Read on to find out more!
It’s been a while since i’ve done a tag for the blog, and the wonderful Charlotte from Wonderfully Bookish (she’s my best pal but also wonderful), tagged me in this over on her YouTube channel. I’m not going to be doing any other kind of new year post (apart from my wrap-up of 2019, i’m incredibly late i know), so let the tag commence!