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Stay At Home – Book Tag

I’d like to start this post with a huge thank you to Dellybird over at dellybird.co.uk

I’ve decided for this tag to just tag everyone that is reading it, I hope you are all staying safe and coping as well as you can during lockdown, It’s such a hard time for everyone right now. As someone that works in education, I am certainly feeling the stress and anxiety about my job, with worrying about how my pupils are doing on a daily basis. I am missing my crazy normal life! I’ve recently had covid-19 myself, thankfully I have recovered, I hope you are all keeping as safe as you can.

ON WITH THE TAG!

  1. Laying in bed – A book you read in one day

I have a review for this books here

Bingo Love is a fantastic female/female romance graphic novel. It was one of my top reads for 2019 and the bonus content in the jackpot edition is worth the purchase. – This book will leave you feeling VERY emotional.

2. Snacking – A book that is a ‘guilty pleasure’ read

The Princess Diaries series by Meg Cabot is a series I have re-read so many times since the age of 13. Lilly has always been my favourite character I just love her so much, she reminds me so much of my teenage self!

3. Netflix – a series you want to start

Okay, I am aware this next one is cheating. I’m not really a book adaptation person so I really struggled. I do however love The Perks of Being a Wallflower – and it is on Netflix at the moment.

I’m not a big fan of Emma Watson outside of Harry Potter, but I do really like her in this movie.

4. Deep Clean – a book that has been on your TBR for ages.

I Don’t really think there is a reason for this. I just haven’t been in the mood yet. I’ve had the book over a year.


5. Animal Crossing – A book you recently bought because of the hype

Last year I remember seeing so many posts and BookTube videos, about how good this book was and it sounded great! Unfortunately, as much as I wanted to like it, I just couldn’t!

6. Productivity – A book you learned from, or had an impact on you.

Pulp is another book that gave me all the feels. I read it at a time when I was getting used to being openly a lesbian and starting my life over again. It also opened my eyes to being gay in the 1950’s and introduced me to lesbian Pulp fiction. – Which I can tell you, is pretty damn magical.

7. FaceTime – A book you were gifted

A couple of years ago, my grandparents gave me the 70th anniversary edition of The Hobbit.

8. Self-care – What is one thing you have done recently to look after yourself.

Putting mine and my children’s mental health first when it comes to lockdown. Both are on home school. Yes we are working, but we a doing it to the beat of our own drum, and also are filling our days with board games and Disney movies.

Bonus! – an upcoming release you are looking forwards to

Jaqueline Wilson writing a book about coming out? YES PLEASE! – Out Aug 2020

As I said at the top, I tag everyone that is reading this post.

Most importantly, stay safe.

Author:

Blogger, and book enthusiast. Video game junkie.

One thought on “Stay At Home – Book Tag

  1. You have made my TBR even longer 😅 Thank you for the recommendation of Bingo Love! I’ve been looking for a new graphic novel to read for ages and this is perfect! Snap with needing to read The Miseducation of Cameron post. I haven’t read my copy of Daisy Jones yet but it definitely fits into the hype category. Although I’ve watched the films I have never actually read the Princess Diaries but I do want to read the whole series! Thanks for completing the tag 💕

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