I’m kind of combining two tags / writing prompts right now. This week’s Writer’s Workshop, which is hosted by the brilliant Mama Kat, includes the prompt: 6. List your top 10 most listened to songs currently. I thought this sounded fun but the idea of trying to pick ten favorites was weirdly stressful to me because how do you pick just ten favorite children? I’m pretty … Continue reading 10 Songs Found While Shuffling.
This tag and the amazing scroll images were created by Kim @ Kimberly Faye Reads. I saw it at Mom’s Radius recently and even though it’s massively long, the Harry Potter allure and fun scrolls were so unique, I couldn’t resist. So let’s dive off the deep end, shall we? An Upcoming Release You Wish You Could Get Your Hands On Right Now I’m quite eager … Continue reading Harry Potter Spells Book Tag.
Not to be confused with these habits: I’m jumping on Kate’s bandwagon today. She recently posted this Reading Habits survey and you know I can’t resist a good survey. 1. Do you have a certain place at home for reading? Not really. The places I read definitely serve other purposes also. My three most frequent haunts include: (1) in bed before going to sleep (2) … Continue reading Reading Habits.
Erika at The Book’s The Thing had the supremely clever idea to combine a Playlist Shuffle Tag that she was recently tagged for with this week’s Top 10 Tuesday (hosted by The Broke and the Bookish) which has a music theme this week. The tag requires putting your music player on random, and listing the first 15 songs to come up, no skipping! Like Erika, I’m … Continue reading Top 10 Tuesday: The Playlist Shuffle Tag.
Kate @ Mom’s Radius just posted this and I was all like, “aawwwww yeah, a new book tag!” She didn’t tag me but I’m doing the tag anyway because I’m a rebel and tagged myself (she tagged herself, too, so it’s only fair). This tag is all about going against the norm anyway so it really is fitting. Wanna play along? 1. A Popular Book … Continue reading Unpopular Opinions.
Because we’re thankful for good books. The Bookish Thanksgiving Tag was originally created by Erin and Becca – the premise is super simple. Each question lists a type of traditional Thanksgiving Dish and applies a type of book to said dish. Then you name the book. Ready? Here are the Questions: 1. Bread: What book is purely fluff, and has no real plot line? To All The … Continue reading The Bookish Thanksgiving Tag.
I saw this NaNoWriMo tag on The Book’s The Thing and thought I’d play along since I’m clearly obsessed with tags right now – at least this one is about writing instead of just another list of books. And since I’m attempting yet another mad dashed month of writing, this one is super timely. This tag was created by Kristina Horner. (For those of you who … Continue reading The NaNoWriMo Tag.
I was tagged by Mom’s Radius to do this Lunar Chronicles book tag which is good because I was totally going to do it either way! This tag was created by Brittany at the Book Addict’s Guide. It breaks down each character from the novels (or, at least, several characters) and makes them a kind of theme – then you pick a book based off … Continue reading A Lunar Chronicles Book Tag.