Stay At Home Book Tag

Since like the rest of the world I’ve been at home for weeks now I thought I would give this book tag a try! I have to say that the original was created by Princess of Paperback.

PROMPTS:

Laying in Bed – a book you could/have read in a day

I do this a lot actually, but the book I read in one sitting is Jumpstart the World by Catherine Ryan Hyde.

Jumpstart the World

Snacking – guilty pleasure book

The Gender Games: The Problem with Men and Women, from Someone Who Has Been Both by Juno Dawson, James Dawson.

The Gender Games: The Problem with Men and Women, from Someone Who Has Been Both

Netflix – series you want to start

Living undocumented.

Deep Clean – been on your TBR for ages

Beauty Queens by Libba Bray, is the book that has been the longest on my list.

Beauty Queens

Animal Crossing – book u recently bought because of hype

I can’t think of one, sorry.

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Productivity – a book you learnt or had an impact on you

Saving Ferris by A R Kennedy.

Saving Ferris

Facetime – A book you were gifted

I wasn’t gifted that book, but I’m buddy reading it with someone, so I’m counting it. Pretty Girls by Karin Slaughter.

Pretty Girls

Self-Care – what is one thing you have done recently to look after yourself

Video chatting, my best friend and a buddy read.

Group Video Call by Vickie for Connected on Dribbble

BONUS – name a book coming out soon

Only Mostly Devastated by Sophie Gonzales.

Only Mostly Devastated

I’m having a hard time due to loneliness so if any of you want to read with me, blog plan, writing or just talk. Comment down below or find me on social media and let’s help each other.

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Alex

5 thoughts on “Stay At Home Book Tag

  1. The only book I claim even close to read in one sitting was in high school, and that was the then popular The Da Vinci Code. At the time I was a Bible thumper (a nickname used to describe Christians who really try to force not just their views but also their interpretation upon others, even other Christians they say are apostates), and when I got to the part where Sir Teabing goes upon his alternative view of history, I had to put the book down as it overwhelmed me.

    “He who holds the keys to heaven, rules the world.” I know that’s from the movie, but let’s just say it’s a big reason why I walked away from the Church and never came back. And that was long before I changed sexes.

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