Book Tag Week: Bookish Scenarios Book Tag

Book Tag Week continues with the Bookish Scenarios Book Tag, which was created by booktuber LindsayHeartsBooks.

You have to get rid of all your books and you can only keep one from each of these genres —contemporary, fantasy, nonfiction, and one other genre of your choosing. What books do you keep?
Contemporary

The Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants by Ann Brashares

The beginning of a YA fantasy series about four friends who share a pair of jeans one summer that magically fits them all. These books are so sweet and I love how strong the friendship is between the girls.

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Book Tag Week: Types of Memes Book Tag

Book Tag Week!! 😀

And now I present the Types of Memes Book Tag. It was created by Icebreaker694. I would have included pics of the memes, but that’s too much to do and I’m feeling lazy so just pretend I included them, yah!

Grumpy Cat
A book you have negative feelings about

Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas

Celaena Sardothien sucks. She’s not a great assassin at all! I’ve only read the first 2 books of this series and they were both average. Because of what the story promised – the protagonist being a badass assassin, – I was disappointed by it. The protagonist doesn’t reach that level.

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Book Tag Week: Sailor Moon Book Tag

Book Tag Week continues with the Sailor Moon Book Tag, which was created by booktuber Alexa Loves Books.

Moon
A book that makes you hungry

Delicious! by Ruth Reichl

A contemporary novel about a young woman who moves to New York City to work at a food magazine. I read this one last year and though I liked it at first, I was annoyed by the time it ended. The only thing I consistently loved was the food mentioned. I still would like to try making the cake the protagonist is great at baking. A recipe for it is included in the book.

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Book Tag Week: Pro-Wrestling Book Tag

It’s BOOK TAG WEEK y’all!!! 😀 😀

What’s Book Tag Week, you may or may not ask? It’s exactly as it sounds. It’s a week of only book tag posts on Zezee with Books.

I often do book tags on here but sometimes, when I’m stressed or out of ideas or out of book reviews or in a blogging slump or just feel like posting a bunch of book tags, I declare a Book Tag Week. I’m starting to think of it as a fun blogging holiday. Hmm… 🙂

There are no set dates for Book Tag Week. It pops up whenever the fancy takes me and may even last for more than a week because I feel like it should.

So, if you’re stressed, in a slump, bored, or just wanna post some book tags all week, you’re more than welcome to join in BOOK TAG WEEK with me! 😀

Well, I’m gonna kick it off with a bang. Here’s the….

Pro-Wrestling Book Tag

The Pro-Wrestling Book Tag was created by Neko Neha of the blog, BiblioNyan. She also runs a booktube channel of the same name where she posted the original version of this tag.

Power Bomb
A book or book series that lifted you up only to slam you right back down hard at the end

Tawney Man trilogy by Robin Hobb

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Characters of the Year Book Tag | 2018

Yep, I’m doing this again (did it last year) to reflect on the characters I read about in 2018. Characters deserve some love too. After all, they are part of the reasons why we love or hate a story. This tag was created by Amanda, A Brighter Shade of Hope.

Favorite male character of the year

Ahh…no male character stands out as a favorite from the books I read; but from the movies I watched last year, this dude was a fav:

Peter Parker a.k.a Spider-Man from Spider-Man: Homecoming

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Amy’s Tea Book Tag

“When in doubt, do a book tag.”

— That’s my motto, lol. I haven’t had a chance to draft a post, so I decided to do something quick, i.e. a book tag. 😀

Amy’s Tea Book Tag was created by Amy, a booktuber at From the Dusty Bookshelf. And since it’s now cold, this tag is fitting for this time of year.

Double Bergamot Earl Grey: A robust, deep, intellectual, and flavourful book

I had a very hard time thinking of an answer for this one. I kept thinking that I haven’t read a book that fits all those adjectives at once, but I was overthinking (…I think). Though this is a YA novel, I think it fits this category well:

The Monstrumologist by Rick Yancey

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Halloween Creatures 2.0 Book Tag

Things didn’t go according to plan. The plan was to post Halloween-themed book tags in the last few days leading up to Halloween, on which I’d post this Halloween book tag. But though my Halloween began in a spectacular fashion (which, unfortunately, I can’t share the details of), I was so exhausted the night before that I was unable to draft this post. That exhaustion continued through Halloween, so I spent most of the day sleeping, unable to watch any of the scary movies I’d planned to see.

But the day after Halloween is just as good for this tag, so tuck in for Halloween Creatures 2.0.


Halloween Creatures 2.0 Book Tag

This tag has been making the rounds lately. It was created by Anthony at Keep Reading Forward. He reworked the Halloween Creatures Book Tag he created last year to make an updated version with “new creatures, better prompts, and more fun.” I was tagged for this by the Orangutan Librarian.

Witch
A Magical Character or Book

Merlin

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