It’s about to be a book tag-filled week.
I’m pretty busy and am not in the mood to do any of the reviews I have planned, so I’ll do something fun instead, which means inundating my blog with tags everyday this week.
Positive perks: I’ll get caught up on things I’m tagged for.
Negative perks: I’ll annoy someone with all these tags because I might repeat books in a few. Oh well.
I’ll kick off tag week with the Anything But Books Tag, which was created by booktuber ReadorRot. I was tagged by the awesome Emily at Embuhlee liest, my buddy-reader in all things Robin Hobb.
Name a cartoon(s) that you love.
I’d really like to do some spring clean but, ugh! I can’t work up the energy. Instead, I’ll do the Spring Cleaning Book Tag, which I found on Dragons & Zombies. It was created by booktuber Jen @ Book Syrup.
The struggle of getting started: a book/book series that you have struggled to begin because of its size.
The Eye of the World by Robert Jordan
Well, this is more a struggle to continue rather than to begin. I started reading this high-fantasy series, which is composed of 13 thick books, back in 2013, but by the fifth book, I was too annoyed with Jordan’s writing to continue and took a break from it, which led to me giving up. Thanks to audio books, my interest in it has been renewed and now I look forward to continuing the series after refreshing my memory of those I’ve already read.
It’s Spring y’all! 😀 That means we’re much closer to summer now. Though, considering how warm winter was, I’m not sure if I should wish for summer as hard as I’ve been doing. I believe it will be crazy hot.
I discovered the Spring Book Tag on Books and Drinks and decided to do it as I sneeze into my tissues and rub my itchy eyes because of pollen. It was created by Chantal at Dreaming of Ink and Paper.
A book about unrequited love
City of Bones by Cassandra Clare
Washington, D.C. (Zezee’s Pics)
I’m looking forward to touring cities now that the weather is swinging to the temperatures that I like. I love walking around cities and taking pictures of buildings and whatever else that catches my eye…when it’s warm outside. The picture above was taken last year in Washington, D.C. I was newly introduced to Instagram and was playing with its features on my phone. I love this pic. It dazzles my eyes.