Animal Crossing Book Tag [ORIGINAL] | Book Tag Sunday

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Hello bookish friends! Welcome back to another Book Tag Sunday, and I’m very excited for this week’s tag, because I made it! That’s right, after nearly three years of blogging, I finally got around to creating my own original book tag! I’m so happy with it, and I hope you all enjoy it as well!

So, this is the Animal Crossing Book Tag, and I decided to go with AC because I’ve been a fan of the games ever since I was a kid. You can catch me most days chilling in my little New Leaf town, which I adore.

THE RULES

  • Please link back to the original creator of the tag, Bookish Things and Tea.
  • Answer the following Animal Crossing themed book questions.
  • Feel free to use my graphics, but please don’t take credit for them.
  • Tag some friends to spread the love!

Pretty simple, yeah? Anyways, let’s get into the tag!

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3 Days 3 Quotes- Day 2 | Book Tag Sunday

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Hello all! Welcome back to another edition of Book Tag Sunday, along with another “day” (and by this I mean week) of the 3 days, 3 quotes tag. This week, I’ve chosen a bit of a long quote, but I love it nonetheless.

I’ve also seemed to develop a habit of picking quotes from books that talk about books and/or bookworms. AKA the best kind of quotes. If you’re curious, you can check out last week’s quote here.

Without further procrastination, let’s get onto the quote! Drum roll please… Continue reading

3 Days 3 Quotes- Day 1 | Book Tag Sunday

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Hello all, and welcome back to another Book Tag Sunday! Now, I’m sure it’s no longer Sunday for some of you reading this, but I promise I did mean to get this up earlier. However, my computer decided to have all sorts of issues. Super fun!

Okay, okay, onto the tag. So, Ayaka at Midnight Ranter tagged me in the 3 Days, 3 Quotes tag forever ago. Her blog is super cute, and I highly recommend checking it out!

RULES…

1. Thank the person who nominated you
2. Post a quote for 3 consecutive days (1 quote for each day)
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Absolute Favorite LGBTQ+ Books! | Top 5 Wednesday

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Top 5 Wednesday is a weekly book meme created by gingerreadslainey and hosted by Sam @ThoughtsOnTomes. You can find out more about T5W and the weekly topics on the Goodreads group here.

This week, we’re talking about our favorite LGBTQ+ books. I’m so excited for this topic because it’s a great way to spread the love in the bookish community, and everyone gets to find awesome new books in the genre. So, let’s jump into the books! Continue reading

The Sims Book Tag | Book Tag Sunday

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Hello all, and welcome to a new feature on my blog! It’s Book Tag Sunday, because I miss doing book tags so much. I also wanted a certain day to do tags, so here we go. Recently, I haven’t been blogging (partly due because I was on vacation in New York) or reading. Not going to lie, it’s mostly because I got obsessed with playing Sims 4 again. So, obviously I have to do the Sims Book Tag!

The tag was created by Hails Hearts Nyc on YouTube, and I’m hecka pumped to get this tag rolling. Continue reading

Future Classic Books | Top 5 Wednesday

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Top 5 Wednesday is a weekly book meme created by gingerreadslainey and hosted by Sam @ThoughtsOnTomes. You find out more about T5W and the weekly topics on the Goodreads group here.

I think this week’s topic is great, because it lets us (the bookworms) dream of the future. That’s right, we’re discussing books that I believe will one day be considered a classic. Although, I am curious what actually classifies a book as a “classic”. Today, I’ll be going with the idea of books that I hope everyone reads in the future. All of the books on my list have impacted me in some way personally, or impacted someone I know. Continue reading

Books To Relieve Your Slump | Top 5 Wednesday

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Top 5 Wednesday is a weekly book meme created by gingerreadslainey and hosted by Sam @ThoughtsOnTomes. You find out more about T5W and the weekly topics on the Goodreads group here.

It’s funny that I just posted a discussion about getting out of a reading slump, because this week’s topic is all about books to get you out of a reading slump (aka un-slumpify!). All of the titles link to the book’s Goodread page. Continue reading

Book Tropes I’m Sick Of | Top 5 Wednesday

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Top 5 Wednesday is a weekly book meme created by gingerreadslainey and hosted by Sam @ThoughtsOnTomes. You find out more about T5W and the weekly topics on the Goodreads group here.

This week’s topic is all about bookish tropes that I’m tired of seeing everywhere. I love this topic, so let’s get into it.

What are some things you are tired of seeing that are trends in publishing? Maybe something that pops up on a lot of covers these days, or the popularity of certain tropes in a particular genre? Let it out! 

Romance that doesn’t fit- This one encompasses all of the annoying love tropes that I hate. I don’t care for insta-love. I don’t want to read NA erotica in my YA fantasy, if I want that, I’ll read that genre. I also have been really bothered by relationships with an inappropriate age gap, like Vampire Academy, and Max and Lola from Lola and the Boy Next Door. Simply put, none of these fit in what I wanted to actually read.

Faces on books- Dear publishers, I’m sure we’ve had this discussion before. Faces on books are a very hard thing to pull off. To be totally honest, you miss the mark a lot. I think it’s better for all our bookshelves if you stop trying. Love, bookworms.

Unnecessary plot diversions- I always appreciate a good character/plot development. However, when there are extended scenes of characters doing things that add NOTHING to the book as a whole, it bores the crap out of me. Even if it doesn’t make sense until the very end, just wrap it up nicely!

All female friendships are fake- You know, I’m not going to deny that girls can be petty with each other, but we’re not all constantly back stabbing each other. Some of us are actually pretty good friends. I know, shocker! I want to see less misrepresented female friendships! Where’s my girl power at?

Stupidly thin pages- If you didn’t know, I am a terribly clumsy person. I drop things, I break beakers in chem class, I trip on air, and everything in between. I also get way too excited while reading sometimes, and if you keep printing books on the SUPER thin pages… I will rip them on accident. Then I’m sad, and that’s no fun.