The end of the year is upon us and you know what that means – End of the Year Bookish Traditions! Be it talking about the favorite books of the year, or least favorites, or DNFs, the end of year content is always fun to read and watch. One such tradition is the End of the Year book tag, which I’ve tried to do every year I’ve been active over at BookTube. I think I brought it here in 2020 and did it last year as well, so guess who is keeping up that tradition? Me, me, me!
Today is the last day of Blogtober and I thought, what better a way to wrap up this crazy month of blogging the way I started it – with a book tag. To top it off, this book tag, which I was first tagged to do in video format, is called The Last Book I…Continue reading “The Last Book I… Tag | #Blogtober22 – Day 31”
Being a bookworm is a study in self-control. I should get that new book. NO! I should reward myself with 5 new books because I finished one. NO! I should read just one more chapter before I sleep. (This at 2 AM.) NO! Only, the answer to this is usually yes, which is why so many of us have dark circles from not getting enough sleep. I should just say that I’ve read the book these people are talking about because I don’t want to feel left out. ABSOLUTELY NOT! What is wrong with you?!
As a child, I was extremely asocial and an introvert. The very thought of interacting with people sent me running and caused my tear ducts to erupt. This social anxiety and introversion has followed me into my adult life. Only, the running and the tears have translated into weary groans and the choice and comfort of staying home. Plus, my awkwardness and my resting b face (a weird and horrible combination, really) have always been a kind of an obstacle in my “social life”. It’s safe to say that interactive games weren’t for me. One of those games is 20 Questions, where you ask 20 questions to guess at something that the other person has in mind.
It’s about a month past the middle of the year and I kept putting off this blog post because I’d already done the video for The Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag 2022. But then again, I really want to do this here as well. As you might know, this is a tag with 15 questions which we use to check in on our reading progress in the middle of the year, be it talking about the books we loved, the books we didn’t like, the books we are looking forward to, and so much more!
I don’t usually subscribe to all the days leading up to Valentine’s Day, but I did the Chocolate Book tag on YouTube last year on a whim on Chocolate Day 2021. I’m repackaging and updating it for the blog here for Chocolate Day 2022 because whatever happens, whatever the times, chocolate is eternal and books are eternal and the combination, even more so. 😉
Hello peeps! It’s been a while since I did a book tag on here and I thought, what better a tag to do at the end of the year than the End of the Year Book Tag? I’ve already done this tag on my YouTube channel and had fun answering these questions. Although I must say that it’s probably a little too towards the end of the year for this to be of any consequence now. I do, however, have some hope for a couple of these books/series. Keeping my fingers crossed!
For my first post back, I thought I’d do a book tag. It’s called the Meet the Book Blogger Tag where I answer bookish questions about myself. I will do a different version of this tag where I talk about movies and travel content as well, but books are my life. So perhaps this tag is apt for a comeback.
First of all, let me do a little jig, okay? Because 2020 is finally coming to an end and I can’t wait to see it disappear around the corner! I’m hoping that 2021 brings more smiles and laughter to my life and to everyone’s life across the globe. I’m trying to be hopeful, hoping that hope is imminent!