Sick Book Tag

Now I’m convinced there’s a book tag for every conceivable thing.

I’m back after a week-long break I took to overcome a brief illness brought on my spring’s overabundance of pollen. My allergies and sinuses overreacted, leaving me weak and confined to my bed as I battled a cold and fever. After resting and imbibing various medications, I finally feel well enough to get back to blogging and decided to announce my return with an easy post, a tag.

I googled “I’m Sick Book Tag” with no hope that such a tag exists, but to my surprise, I stumbled upon the “Sick Book Tag.” I do not know who created it, but I found it here on WattPad.

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Another Game of Thrones Book Tag

And I’m back with another Game of Thrones Book Tag. This one was created by Neko Neha, who blogs over on the Biblionyan. She created this tag in anticipation of the new season of Game of Thrones on HBO.

HOUSE LANNISTER: HEAR ME ROAR – Name a book that you originally loved, but upon a reread realised that it wasn’t so great after all.

The Song of the Lioness quartet by Tamora Pierce

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Rainbow Book Tag

I’ve been on a roll, posting something almost everyday since last week. I feel so proud of myself! **Pats self on back.** Maybe I’m getting back that sweet blogging groove I had last year.

I’m kicking off the week with the Rainbow Book Tag, which I found on Rachel’s blog, Life of a Female Bibliophile. The rules are:

  1. Choose book covers from each color of the rainbow. Books that are your favorite from that color! If you can’t find a book of a certain color then choose a cover that has that color on it somewhere.
  2. The choices have to be books you own and/or has to be the exact edition you read.

And again we have another fun way to recommend books to folks. I’ll use the colors Rachel included in her post and will start with my favorite color —

Teal/Turquoise

Turquoise is such a cool, calm color. I love it because it reminds me of the sea. The ocean is often variations of blue, but the tranquil beaches I enjoy visiting back home have turquoise waters. If this is also your favorite color, check out Anita’s post on teal.

The Someday Birds by Sally J. Pla

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