Tag Thursday: The Birthday Book Tag

This month, Tag Thursday almost synched up with my birthday – my birthday will actually be next Thursday. So, I thought it would be the ideal time to do the Birthday Book Tag. This lovely tag was created by Antonia from Always Books, and it’s a great way to share your thoughts about your life so far while celebrating your birthday and your reading days to come.

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Christmas and January Book Haul

For a book blogger, I can be pretty poor at sharing what books I’ve got. That’s something I really need to change in 2019, and I aim to start it now.

Yes, I’m very aware those are famous last words. Especially since it’s something I promised before. Hopefully, this time I will actually keep to my word. Mainly because when I see how many books there are here, I’ll be spurred on to do this a lot more often.

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June 2018 Book Haul

June is always a pretty good month for me when it comes to books, because June is my birthday month. I like to treat myself a little to some titles I’ve been looking forward to with a while. It’s also a time for me to sit and try to put together a reading list for the rest of the year. One I know I will never stick to, of course.

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November Book Haul

Hands up who remembers when I last did a book haul? So much for it being a monthly thing, right? It’s been so long that I know there are so many books unaccounted for, but they’ll just have to wait another while yet. In September I was on a quite long book ban, and it extended into October a bit. So, it makes sense to mark my return to book hauling with a November pick, as that was when I did most of the damage.

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June and July Book Haul

Because I had such a busy June, what with moving and packing and unpacking and starting a new job, I didn’t actually get to post my book haul for the month. So instead, I’ve combined my June and July hauls together. With a little bit of money coming my way at the end of this month, expect August’s haul to be even bigger than this.

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