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(Book)Tag Thursday: Totally Didn’t Book Tag

I was watching some BookTube videos when I came upon this tag. At that time I was in a bit of a blogging slump, so I thought posting some tags would be a good idea. Obviously, being in a slump, I didn’t finish any of these tags, which now means I have no idea whose video I got this tag from. But the original tag was created by ReadLikeWildfire, so you could check that out! Anyway, here’s the Totally Didn’t Book Tag. Note: Also I’m going to try to post tags every Thursday and make a sort of ‘(Book)Tag Thursday’ meme. Totally didn’t need to have sequels …

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My Life in Books Tag

I wanted to do some more book tags, so I googled ‘Book Tags’ and found this one on DreamlandBookBlog. It’s called the My Life in Book Tag, but I don’t know who originally created it. 1. Find a book for each of your initials N – Night Film by Marisha Pessl L – Life on the Refrigerator Door by Alice Kuipers P – Panic by Lauren Oliver 2. Count your age along your bookshelf, what book is it? If I do it counting my TBR shelf along, it’s Cruel Beauty by Rosamund Hodge. If I skip the TBR, it’s Queen of Shadows by Sarah J. …

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Netflix Book Tag

In my search for a couple of nice tags to do on my blog, I found the Netflix book tag. So I decided to take it over and fill it in as well. I don’t know who made this tag, but I found it through A Dash of Ash on Youtube. Recently Watched: The Last Book You Finished Reading At the moment of filling in this, the last book I’ve finished is Traitor to the Throne by Alwyn Hamilton which I really enjoyed. I can’t wait for the third book to come out, which unfortunately won’t happen for another year, but I need it NOW. Top …

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My Harry Potter Life Tag

It’s been a while since I’ve done a tag, and so I decided to pick up the ‘My Harry Potter Life’ tag. It was created by Michelle from The Writing Hufflepuff and you basically pick four books and follow the instructions to determine what your life at Hogwarts is like. The books I picked 1. Your Wand Open book 1 at a random page, the first noun you see will be what your wand is made of. The first noun I saw in Cress was ‘songs’, so that’s what my wand is made of. No idea how that’s going to work, but you know it’s …

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All Books I Bought in 2016

Last year I made a post where I shared all the physical books I had purchased and received throughout the year, and this year I decided to torture myself by doing the same thing for 2016. Italicized titles are ones I’ve read. Growing Pains | Night Film | De Afstand Tussen Jou en Mij | The Thousandth Floor | Zie Me, Hoor Me | The Death Cure | Red Rising | Sweep vol. 2 | The Rest of Us Just Live Here | Last Sacrifice | Passenger | End of Days | Parallel | De Ruïnes van Gorlan | Monsters of Men | Lux: Beginnings | Black …

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Winter Wonderland Book Tag

I thought it was about time I did another book tag! I found this via Regan from PeruseProject on YouTube. It’s a Wintery themed tag, of course, and has six questions! Let’s go… 1. What book is so happy and sweet that it warms your heart? I think the Anna and the French Kiss books by Stephanie Perkins are pretty sweet and happy. And Just One Day/Just One Year by Gayle Forman were really heart warming as well! 2. What is your favourite book with a white cover? My Throne of Glass books by Sarah J. Maas all have white covers, and I really love …

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This or That Book Tag

I found this This or That book tag on Northern Plunder a while back, and decided I wanted to do it too! Basically, you get two options, and you have to choose which one you prefer. Reading on the couch or on the bed? Hmm, honestly I’d prefer my bed. Because when I’m on the couch, downstairs, there is always someone either talking to me, or humming or whistling, and there’s always noise coming from the TV or the radio and I just cannot concentrate. So yes, my bed. Male main character or female main character? I really don’t care at all. As long as it’s …

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