Today I will be doing the Bookworm’s Book Tag. A huge thank you to the lovely Kerri @ Kerri McBookNerd for tagging me, if you haven’t already, go check out her wonderful blog!
- Thank and link the blogger who nominated you
- Include the tag graphic in your post
- Answer the 10 questions the blogger asked
- Nominate 5-10 bloggers
- Ask you nominees 10 book related questions
- Don’t feel bound to these rules
- Have fun!
1 – Seeming as we’re already halfway through 2021, what is a 2022 release you can’t wait to read?
I’m not even thinking about 2022 releases yet, there is too many coming up in 2021 still that I’m excited about/want to read first, haha!
2 – What is your favorite bookish merch?
Bookmarks! I love a good bookmark.
3 – What is your favorite and least favorite trope?
My favourite is probably unreliable narrator, but I honestly don’t know what I would consider to be my least favourite.
4 – Do you have a character that you really relate to/reminds you of yourself?
I can relate to Ellen in the Why Mummy series by Gill Sims. I don’t think I would say that I’m like her as a person, but I can really relate to her general every day struggles of parenthood.
5 – What has been your favorite book so far in 2021?
I have read so many fantastic books so far this year, but my favourite is Watch Her Fall by Erin Kelly.
6 – What is your favorite book from childhood?
The Vampirates series by Justin Somper! I still love reading this series now, as an adult.
7 – If you could have any animal companion from any book, which would you pick?
This is a tough one, because there are so many I would love to pick, but I think I’m going to go with Aslan from the Narnia books. Who wouldn’t want a fearsome but friendly lion who can talk as a companion?
8 – Who are your top three authors?
- Steve Cavanagh
- Caroline Scott
- Josie Jaffrey
9 – What is your favorite book in a genre you don’t usually read?
The Last Bear by Hannah Gold. I don’t read a lot of middle grade, but this book is absolutely beautiful!
10 – Which do you prefer: first, second, or third person narration?
I think it depends on the book, and the way it is written. If I had to choose, I would probably say first person though.
- What is your biggest bookish pet peeve?
- Do you read non-fiction? If yes, what types?
- What is your GoodReads goal for the year? And how are you getting on with it?
- Who are you favourite indie authors?
- Do you prefer paperback, hardback, ebook, or audiobook?
- What has been your favourite book of 2021 so far?
- Which book are you most excited to read in the remainder of 2021?
- What is your go to genre of choice?
- Are there any genres that you just can’t stand reading?
- If you could interview one author (dead or alive), who would it be? and why?
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