Today is Christmas Eve and I thought it would be fitting to post one more Christmas tag before it’s actually Christmas. I saw The Christmas Stocking Book Tag on Fi’s Bibliofiles blog and it looked like so much fun I decided to tag myself. This tag was originally created by Kate at Reading Through Infinity. Let’s check this tag out!
We’re two weeks away from Christmas Eve and I thought that was the perfect time to do a Christmas book tag. I recently saw the Baby It’s Cold Outside Book Tag when scrolling through Twitter and it looked like a lot of fun, so let’s take a look at the tag created by Reading On a Star!
I haven’t lived in the States for quite some time, but my family and I still have a small Thanksgiving celebration. It’s something I grew up with and plan on keeping this tradition going. So I decided to do something holiday related on the blog today with The Bookish Thanksgiving Tag!
This tag was originally created by Erin & Becca on YouTube. Let’s take a look at the prompts for this tag.
Halloween is only a couple of days away, so I thought I should do some type of Halloween book tag. When I was looking for one, nothing really caught my eye. That was until I saw the Halloweentown Book Tag. I just recently watched it again on Disney+ and loved revisiting it! So let’s take a look at this bookish tag!
It’s safe to say it’s officially Fall. The weather is getting colder and we have more rainy days. I’m loving being able to curl up on the couch with a book and blanket again during my relaxing evenings. So, I wanted a book tag that fit this season.
So today, I’m doing The Fall Bucket List Book Tag, let’s take a look!
Today is our official blog birthday!! And what better post than a Meet the Book Blogger Tag? We thought it would be fun to share some facts about ourselves to celebrate the fact we’ve been writing blogposts for three years. Can you believe we’re still not done with each other? Lauren from Lala’s Book Reviews created this Meet the Book Blogger Tag so go ahead and take a look at her blog as well. Continue reading “Tag | Meet The Book Blogger Tag”
When I was looking for a new tag to do today, I started thinking about ones I’ve done before. I’ve done a 90’s Book Tag about music, so I decided to see if there’s one with just different things from the ’90s. I was two in 1990, so I mostly grew up in this decade. I stumbled upon The 90’s Kid Book Tag created by The Literary Phoenix. Let’s take a look and take a walk down memory lane (for me at least)!
It’s Thursday and tag time! I was looking for a tag and stumbled upon The Spotify Tag on Chiara’s blog Bookworms Anonymous. The Spotify Tag was originally created by Book Hooked Nook. I’ve been listening to Spotify a lot lately when wanting to listen to music, so I thought it would be a fitting tag! Let’s take a look!
Besides reading, I really enjoy listening to music. There’s almost always something playing in the background, even when I’m reading! I saw the 90’s Book Tag Music Edition on Ellie’s blog Read to Ramble. I wasn’t tagged, but it looked like so much fun I decided to tag myself! So let’s take a look at the different prompts for this tag.
The 90’s Book Tag Music Edition was originally created by Jemma from What Reading Does and Milly from A Books Neverland.
We’ve been lucky so far that it hasn’t been really warm here… until now. The temperature is rising and it’s expected we’ll have a little heat wave. So, what’s a better time to do a summer book tag? I searched on Google and found The Summer Bucket List Book Tag created by Tiffany from Read by Tiffany. Let’s take a look at this tag!