Three Bookish Things Book Tag

Hi folks!

I was yet again tagged to do a book tag, this time by the lovely Siobhan! Check out her post here and if you have time I definitely recommend checking out her whole blog! I also got tagged by Sarah as well, so you can read her answers here!

Three Read Once and Loved Authors

  • Vitoria Schwab
  • Leigh Bardugo
  • Rick Riordan

Three Titles I’ve Watched But Haven’t Read

  • Hobbit by J. R. R. Tolkien
  • Narnia by C. S. Lewis
  • Fullmetal Alchemist by Hiromu Arakawa

Three Characters You Love

  • Nikolai Lantsov (I know, I mention him around quite a lot)
  • August Flynn
  • Nina Zenik

Three Series Binged

I don’t think I ever really binge read anything…

  • The Inheritance Cycle by Christopher Paolini
  • Harry Potter by J. K. Rowling
  • The Demon Diary by Lee Yun-Hee

Three Unpopular Bookish Opinions

  • Paperbacks are better than hardcovers.
  • Romance is overrated.
  • Fandoms play a big part in me not wanting to read a book, or writing negative reviews.

Three Current Favourite Book Covers

Three Goals for the Year

  • Keep on blogging. I’m getting quite organised with it, I just need to keep on going with it!
  • Read more books. I think I’m doing just fine on that part.
  • Try to buy less books. Compared to how many books I bought last year, and how much money I spent I think again, I’m doing quite nicely!

So this is the tag, I hope you enjoyed it and if you want to do it, I tag you!

7 thoughts on “Three Bookish Things Book Tag

  1. Ahh this looks like a super fun tag! Harry Potter is probably one of the few series I’ve binge read (and probably also the series that I’ve reread the most). I agree with your unpopular opinion about paperbacks… They’re lighter and easier to read and tbh to me they often look nicer on my shelf. Awesome post, I may have to borrow this tag 🙂

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    1. It’s the same for me with Harry Potter as well! I also want to read it in other languages that I learn because I know the story well. I think so too! I love paperbacks a lot more than hardbacks, they can really look nice on the shelves too! Thank you, Lara! Oh I’m glad to hear! 🙂

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