I was tagged by the awesome Lauren over at My Paper Infinity to do this tag and I’m excited! Personally, I don’t read the New York Times, but I don’t think I need to to answer these questions. So without further ado, let’s get started! Continue reading
I was tagged by the lovely Nadwa from Painfully Fictional and I decided to write it today. You should definitely go check out Nadwa’s blog! She posts amazing content and has such beautiful graphics! She’s super nice! The tag was originally created by Clémence @ Clémi’s Bookish World.
I read all the books in the Chronicles of Narnia in April last year. It was one big bind-up and I did enjoy them. I think I read them in chronological order, but I’m not sure.
I was tagged Mandy over at Book Princess Reviews to do the Disney princess sidekicks book tag. She’s the Original creator and her blog is absolutely amazing! She writes great posts and she’s such a nice girl! Definitely go check her out! I’m most excited to do this, so thanks, Mandy, for tagging me. Continue reading
I wasn’t tagged by anyone to do the unpopular opinions book tag, but this morning I binge-watched a ton of unpopular opinion videos on Booktube and I decided I wanted to do it too. I don’t know what it is, but I love this tag! This is the original creator. Many thanks to her for creating it!
So today I’m doing a good old tag and I’m joining the bandwagon, because the tag is the Mid Year Book Freak Out Tag. I don’t know who was the original creator, but it wasn’t me. I believe it originated somewhere on YouTube, but I could be wrong. I was tagged by the amazing Nadwa over at Painfully Fictional. She has a beautiful blog and I definitely recommend checking it out!
Today I’m doing a good old tag, the FIght like a YA girl tag! I was tagged by Mandy over at @bookprincessreviews! You should definitely check her out! She really is amazing! The tag was created by Krysti over at @YAandwine. I’m very excited to do this tag, because it seems perfect for me. I really believe empowering ladies are highly necessary in YA and I’m happy to share those I’ve already encountered!
So I know my last post was also a tag, but I was to excited for this one to! It was created by Zuky@BookBum and Mandy@bookprincessreviews. I’ve been following Mandy for a while now and I must say her blog is awesome! Zuky’s blog is really cool too, so I recommend checking them both out!
- Mention where you saw the tag/thank whoever tagged you because that’s always good fun
- Tag Book Princess Reviews and Zuky with our posts so we can check out the wonderful Princess fun throughout the blog world
- Play a game of tag at the end!
Today I’m going to do the Rip it or Ship it book tag! This seems like a really fun tag, so although I wasn’t tagged, I’m doing it anyway! If you don’t know what this tag is, this is what you have to do:
- Choose a few books that you have read
- Write down a select few of the characters names from each book and place the names in a jar or bowl
- Randomly select two names and decide if you would rip or ship their relationship
I was tagged by Nadwa @painfullyfictional to do the Goodreads book tag. She has an amazing blog, so definitely go and check her out! I love Goodreads. It’s the perfect way to keep track of the books I’ve read and what I thought of them, the books I want to read, my yearly reading challenge and much more. I would love to be your friend! This is my profile.