Hi guys! Today I have a book tag that I created because of my love for Ms. Taylor Alison Swift. If you are a fellow book lover and a Swiftie, I got you.
This tag has been a long time coming. I am planning to post this last December 13 for Taylor’s birthday. But she drops the Evermore album, and my brain just malfunction. I have been a Swiftie since I was 11, which is almost 15 years ago. And I am excited to share this tag with you because this is not only a book tag but I will also be sharing my favorite song in each album.
I know that there are lots of book tags, even album book tags, for Taylor Swift. But for this album book tag, I decided to go deeper into Taylor’s mind. Each album prompts are based on the foreword or prologue of each album. Some are sentences or thoughts that stuck with me while reading Taylor’s words. Moreover, I also included Taylor’s first and second EP album because why not?
I hope you are excited as I am, and let’s get into the tag!
Hello, fellow bookworm Swifties! If you don’t know, I am a Swiftie since 2007, when I first heard Tear Drops on My Guitar. Since then, I’ve been a fan. I feel like I grow up with Taylor and it is a fun journey, even with all the ups and downs. So I am surely one of those Swifties who freak out when Taylor announced the TS8 album! I already bought the album.🙈 I did not buy every deluxe edition (that’s too expensive!), only the Hide and Seek edition. It was a tough decision though.
Folklore is already my favorite album of Taylor so far. I like how calm and deep the album is. As a Swiftie, the best part of album releases is the fan theory and decoding the hidden meaning behind every song. I love reading the conspiracy theory about it all.
But enough gushing about this album, time to do this tag. I am so excited to do this when I first saw it. I am not tagged by anyone, but I am doing it anyway because I love Folklore and Taylor Swift. Let’s do this!
Hello bookworms! I am very much aware that the middle of the year has already passed. But better late than never in posting this book tag.
I haven’t been posting a lot of book tags lately because I am a lazy daisy. But here we are now with this oh-so-popular tag that has been circulating in the book community in the last couple of weeks.
Looking back in my reading year, I am proud of myself. It was only the middle or the not-so-middle of the year and yet I am almost done with my reading goal in Goodreads. The only positive thing about this pandemic, I guess.
There is a lot of questions in this tag, so let’s get into it.😉
Yeah, I am that smooth with transitioning from one thing to another.🤣
Books are my escape to the real world. Contemporary books are too close to the reality that I found myself shying away from them. When I read a book, especially a good one, I feel like I was transported to whatever world the book has opened up for me. I was part of the magic, the chaos, and the politics. For this reason, fantasy has been my go-to genre ever since I’ve become a reader.
I was not tagged by anyone but after seeing this Get to Know the Fantasy Reader Tag from Sammie ofThe Book Wyrm’s DenI know I have to do it.
So I will keep this intro short and get into the tag.
I am randomly watching YouTube videos when I stumble upon this challenge. All you have to do is talk about the books or authors that will be on the checkboard. By doing so, you can also help raise money for a charity. For every video, Instagram post, Twitter post, or blog post the creator Rachel Marie will donate €1 to the pot. You can also donate if you like to help raise more money. This challenge will run from April 22 to May 31 so you still have time to participate.
If you want to join, here are more details about the charity challenge.
I will be linking other necessary links, posts, and videos down below but for now, let’s get into this challenge!
I am one of those person who judged a book by its cover before. If it’s pretty, I will buy it even though I don’t know anything about it. And I tend to be more critical with the synopsis and everything if the cover does not intrigued me.
And so when I found this Dreamy Book Covers Tag at Sahi at KsahityaI know I have to do this. A big thanks to the creator, Tiana at The Book Raven, for creating this awesome tag!
The rules for this tag will be down below if you wanted to do it as well.
I’ve been into book tags lately and I am quite excited when I found this book tag over at The Wordy Habitat. Because books and coffee are like the best of friends. Although I am more of a tea lover now books and coffee is one of my OTP.🤣
It’s been awhile since I last do a book tag so when I saw A Little Haze Book Blog do this tag, I knew that I have to do this. This tag was originally created by Paper Fury. Make sure to check them both out.😉
This was a very fun and easy tag so let’s get into it!!
So I’ve been into watching bookTube lately when I saw this video from BooksAndLalaand I’ve been meaning to do this ever since. The Mid Year Book Freak Out Tag is all about looking back to all the books that you’ve read in the past 6 months and the books that you wanted to read in the next 6 months. So far I’ve read 10 books in the past 6 months which is good because I was on track with my reading challenge of 20 books for the year. However, given that I only have 10 books to choose from, I don’t doubt that there will be questions where I will have the same answer, but I will try my best not to.
Note: I will be putting the synopsis of the book, so if you haven’t read the book and you want to dive into the book without knowing anything, just scroll through it.😉
So without further ado, here is my mid year book freak out!