Tag Thursday: The Quarter Year Crisis Book Tag

Whenever I see a new tag, I almost instantly join in. Róisín from Róisín’s Reading created a tag to go along with the Mid Year Freak Out Tag and the End of Year Book Tag.

It’s a good way to look back over the year that’s gone so far and check in with how your reading is going.

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Authors I Want to Read

This post is part of Top Ten Tuesday run by Jana from That Artsy Reader Girl.

There are plenty of authors I know and love dearly, but of course there will always be a never ending list of those I want to discover, too.

Some of these are already on my bookshelveees, while some are those I’ve admired from somewhat afar for some time still.

Where do you think I should start? Are any of these also on your TBR stack?

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10 Books I Would Keep Forever

This post is part of Top Ten Tuesday run by Jana from That Artsy Reader Girl

Recently I took a look at 10 Irish books I could never part with. It’s a series I’ve seen on Book Tube a few times in the last few weeks, and I felt like putting a patriotic spin on it.

Of course, that then gave me ideas for 10 non-Irish books I would keep on my shelves forever. Some of them come from my childhood, some are favourites from my adult years, and there are a few in between too.

Have you read any of these? Would you keep them too or unhaul?

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Books I Think Will Become Classics

This post is part of Top Ten Tuesday run by Jana from That Artsy Reader

Classics are great, sure, but let’s be honest. They have gotten a little out of date. Surely there are some new titles which are worthy of being called classics?

I have a feeling these books will still be on shelves for years to come.

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Books with Nature Themes

This post is part of Six for Sunday run by Steph from A Little But a Lot.

I absolutely adore being out in nature. I love a walk through the woods, sitting in the park with a picnic, or reading by the waterside.

This can be further improved when reading books with nature in them. If you want to get in on those vibes, try these books out for size.

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