The beauty of these tags is that sometimes, someone will suggest you to do them. For the last few tags I’ve filled in, I’ve found them online myself. This one is different – someone actually thought of me to do it. ZeeZee tagged me in the New Year’s Book Resolutions post on her blog, and I love this as it’s a great way to think deeper about what’s on your bookshelf. It’s a little break from the book reviews too.Continue reading
This year, Christmas doesn’t feel quite as cosy. It’s not the same for whatever reason, be it the risk of Covid or people just not feeling the vibe this time.
Hopefully, this lovely tag I spotted on Jay’s Book Tube channel (which I really love) will bring a little bit of light and happiness to the season.Continue reading
September in my house always went back to school. There’s simply no escaping it when both your parents are teachers.
So, September seems like the perfect month to take this school-themed tag created by the wonderful Victoria from What Victoria Read. It’s separated into questions about the time of day during school, and also some about the subjects you studied.
For this tag, I’ll only be answering questions about the subjects I sat for my Leaving Certificate, the end of school exams in Ireland.Continue reading
Thanks so much to Bookmurmation for this tag. I’ve seen it floating around a few times, but I’ve never actually taken it myself. Now seems like the perfect time.
When I was in school, I of course played Truth or Dare so many times. I always went for truth, so having to do a couple of dares now feels a little out of my comfort zone for sure.Continue reading
June is my birthday month, so I always try to keep my tags birthday themed. What could be more birthday themed than birthday cake?
I’ve seen this tag in the Bookternet so often it’s surprising I haven’t taken it yet. I most recently found it on Paper Fury, one of the queens of the book community.Continue reading