Wyrd and Wonder Challenge | Book Tag, Pt. 2

Here’s part two of this tag that’s not a tag but I made into a tag because I like tags. 😉 Part one can be found here.

In case anyone else would like to do this as a book tag, please credit Imyril at There’s Always Room for One More, who put this challenge together for #WyrdandWonder, a month-long celebration in May of all things fantasy.

Today is the last day of #WyrdandWonder and thus the last day to enter my book GIVEAWAY. If you haven’t already done so, click here to be entered to win up to $30USD of fantasy book purchases from Book Depository.

To the prompts!!

Fave trans or enby characters

Akeha’s partner

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Wyrd and Wonder Challenge | Book Tag, Pt. 1

This is a cop-out post. I intended to publish a post each day for these challenges but that didn’t work out, so I’ll publish them as a series of book tag posts. Yay me!! 😀 I’ll do as many as I can.

What I really should be doing is writing a book review, but ughh… I don’t wanna, so I’m doing this tag that’s not a tag. 😉

In case anyone else would like to do this book tag (that’s not an actual book tag), please credit Imyril at There’s Always Room for One More who put this challenge together for #WyrdandWonder, a month-long celebration in May of all things fantasy.

To the prompts!!

Wyrd and Wonder TBR

The Devourers by Indra Das

I posted my TBR for Wyrd & Wonder last month so instead I decided to feature a book from my TBR that I’m now reading. Well, I’m picking up from where I left off when I was buddy-reading this with Rachel from Life of a Female Bibliophile. I don’t think it works well for buddy-reading. We were both bored by it, but I want to try it again to see if I just wasn’t in the mood for it back then or if I really don’t like it. I hope to complete it by the end of this week.

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Fellowship of the Ring Book Tag

To get things going on here for Wyrd & Wonder (a month-long celebration of all things fantasy), I thought I’d kick it back to the classics and jumpstart this thing with the Fellowship of the Ring Book Tag, which was created by Nandini of Unputdownable Books(I consider myself tagged by Sara Letourneau.)

My plan was to answer with only fantasy novels (in honor of W&W) but I haven’t yet read that many fantasy novels to be able to do so. 😦

Gandalf – A book that taught you something

Fail, Fail Again, Fail Better by Pema Chödrön

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Book Tags: Daylight Savings | Winter-themed | St. Patrick’s Day

I wanted to do a book tag but I couldn’t decide on one, so here are three. They are themed tags for specific times of the year, all of which I’ve missed. So this post is late since it’s published after the switch to Daylight Savings Time when winter is done and St. Patrick’s Day has passed.

Daylight Savings Book Tag

I have no idea who created this tag, but I found it on the Night Faerie Blog, so shout out to her for posting it!

Fallback: Longest book you like

A Game of Thrones by George R.R. Martin

Probably A Game of Thrones, which is over 800 pages in the mass market paperback edition. I like this story and enjoy reading it but have been wondering lately if it’s worth continuing with it in book form because I’ll have to keep rereading all the books to keep the story fresh in mind when another installment in the series has been published.

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Book Blogger Memory Challenge

I saw this fun little book tag over on Kristin Kraves Books and decided to do it too. Unfortunately I couldn’t find who created it.

Rules: You must answer these questions without looking anything up on the internet and without looking at your bookshelves.

(This is gonna be difficult ’cause I have a bad memory when it comes to certain things… like answering these prompts.)

Name a book written by an author called Michael.

Classics for Pleasure by Michael Dirda

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Mardi Gras Book Tag

It’s CARNIVAL time y’all!! 😀 That’s why I have here the Mardi Gras Book Tag for you.

I saw it over on Madame Writer and knew I HAD to do it because I’m here seriously wishing I either went to Mardi Gras or had FINALLY made it to Trinidad carnival. Instead I’m stuck at home. Cold. Bored.

The Mardi Gras Book Tag was created by booktuber Randomly Bookish Gina.

Designated Driver
What re-read book is reliable to get you out of a reading slump?

Saga, Vol. 1 by Brian K. Vaughan, illus. by Fiona Staples

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GIVEAWAY WINNER | and another Meme Book Tag

Before I get to the tag, I’d like to announce the lucky WINNER of my recent GIVEAWAY. The WINNER is

LAURA!!

She has been notified that she has won a free pair of writing gloves from Literary Book Gifts and should be selecting a pair by now. CONGRATS to LAURA!!! 😀

For those of you who missed out on the prize, you can visit Literary Book Gifts and use the promo code ZEZEEWITHBOOKS20 to receive 20% off your purchase.


Meme Book Tag

And now for the Meme Book Tag! I did one a couple weeks ago but didn’t want to pass up the opportunity to do this one as well because I love me some book tags. This one was created by booktuber Saajid of Books are My Social Life.

Crying Kim Kardashian
A book that made you cry

Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2

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