The Autumn Book Tag

the-autumn-book-tagI saw this on Good Book Vibes and I am really feeling in the mood for autumn. I am ready for cozy sweaters, warm scarves, boots, apple-picking, and all the things that I readily associate with autumn in New England.

Also, a few evenings of reading! So here is my autumn book tag.  Continue reading

The Chocolate Book Tag

the-chocolate-book-tagI found this tag over at Tea, Books & Fun and I thought that I would give it a try. I love chocolate and I couldn’t resist the chance to relate books to this amazing food of the gods.

So, here we go.

Warning: I may have used some inappropriate GIFs and you may leave this tag with a sudden craving of chocolate!

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Ben & Jerry’s Book Tag

ben-and-jerrys-book-tagI saw this tag over at That Wild Soul and I thought I would give it a try since its ice cream season!

Honestly, we have the most awesome creamery here that has flavors that rival Ben & Jerry’s. It’s only open from April to October so we gorge ourselves on our favorite flavors.

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The Goodreads Book Tag

Goodreads Book TagI found this tag over at @ That Wild Soul and since I’ve been practically living on Goodreads lately I thought that I would give it a try.

Plus, this is a good time to tell you guys to add me as your friend on Goodreads. Seriously, add me! I love seeing what everyone else is reading, recommending, and adding.

All you have to do is answer these set of questions and tag a couple of people at the end.

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The Wine Book Tag!

The Wine Book TagI found this tag over at The Daydreaming Bookworm and I thought this would be fun. Shall we get started?

Warning! I may have had a little too much fun finding GIFs for each prompt!

Also, you don’t have to be 21 to read this post, but you do need to be 21 to enjoy a glass of wine while reading this post! (Or the legal drinking age for your country!) That being said! Onto my picks!

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My Intimidating TBR Pile

Intimindating TBRI’ve mentioned my TBR pile more than once. I have mentioned its size. The stacks that are all around my room! It’s a problem! So here’s a look at some of the things on my TBR pile. Take a look!

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The Vogue Book Tag

The Vogue Book TagI have many loves in my life, among them is a love for fashion and clothes. Not in the way that I would spend $700 on a pair Loubitons (although those red soles are really cute), but I do like looking through catalogues and seeing what people pair together. s

So The Vogue Book Tag was created by The Petite Book Blogger and it seemed right up my ally.

Let’s get started with this luxurious, but bookish tag!

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Social Media Book Tag

Social Media Book Tag

Its time for another tag. This one takes the function of different social media sites and boils them down to a sentence. Then you name a book about each one.

In short, it sounds like a party!

This tag was created by FaultyDevices and you can check out the original video here. I think a question was also added by Ariel Bissett and you can check out her video here. Continue reading

The Shuffle Book Tag

The Shuffle Book TagI have honestly been in a music and books mood recently and I found this tag over at (Over) Analysing Literature and I thought that I would give it a shot with my iTunes library.

I have honestly been looking for a tag or something similar to this for a few weeks now! I love music and literature and I thought the idea that I could tie them together somehow would be awesome!

Thank so you much creating this tag, now onto the rules! Here’s how it works:


  1. Thank the person who nominated you, and provide a link to their post.
  2. Shuffle your itunes library, google play music library, or whatever you’ve got.
  3. For each song that comes on, list the song and the artist, and name a book that it makes you think of, explaining why. (You can do as many or as few as you want, I’m not going to set a number. This is a low pressure tag. Whoever we are, we’s pretty laid back.)
  4. Tag however many people you want, or everyone.

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