“Look What You Made Me Do” Book Tag!

I saw this book tag from Caffeine and Books (click the link to check her own version of the book tag) and being a Swifties, of course I want to do it as well even though I’m not actually tagged.

This tag was created by Thrice Read so check out her original post! Also, I borrowed the graphics that she posted because it looks cute.

Let’s get into the book tag!

 

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Halloween Readthon TBR

halloween-readathon

 

Hello! I feel like I haven’t been reading much lately although I’ve been reading here and there. But this is the month of spooky witches and horror stories, my kind of genre. And to enjoy this month, I would very much like to read with other people with this readathon hosted by Lauren @ Wonderless Reviews.

This readathon is from October 10 to the 31st. To know more about the readathon just click here.

Here is my TBR for this readathon!

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The 38th MIBF (Manila International Book Fair) Book Haul and Shenanigans

It’s that time of the year again in my country where book lovers gather in one place and empty their wallets while hoarding too many books. Last September 13 to 17, 2017, the 38th Manila International Book Fair a.k.a. MIBF – the only book fair event in my country – took place at SMEX in MOA. But unlike those book fairs in other countries, the only perks in our book fair is the 20% off from the original book prices of all the books. No ARC copies and two or three foreign authors who are having their book signing.

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3 Legendary Series

They say that a good story would remain in someone’s heart for a very long time if it is well loved. I, as a reader, have read books that I surely love and would highly recommend to some. However, no matter how many books there are on my TBR pile, there is still a gnawing feeling inside me that’s craving for something more. And lately, I’m sating my cravings with classic books (or books that were published before the aged of Twilight and Hunger Games), but I would like to call them legendary books.

Before dropping the names of the 3 legendary books that I’m trying my hardest to give a good introduction, I would like to give a brief criteria as to why I consider them legendary.

  1. They are still popular and well-loved no matter how long they have been published or using the words of Taylor Swift, they never go out of style.
  2. The series became an inspiration not only to us readers, but also the other authors who aspired to write a book that would give the same impact to readers.
  3. They have set the bars in their own genre.

And without further ado, here are the 3 legendary books that I’ve been dying to read.

 

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