Book Tag Shelfie Pt 4 :)

Book Tag Shelfie Pt 4 :)

I have always loved reading and have quite the collection of books on my bookshelf and on my kindle and have recently bought quite a few books so a month or so ago I thought that I would have a look for some bookish tags that I could do on this blog and I came across this one and thought it was amazing so thought I would give it a go πŸ™‚

This is my third Book Shelfie (my first one can be found here) so I figured I would start on my fourth shelf πŸ™‚

  1. Is there any reason for this shelf to be organised the way it is or is it purely random? All of my shelves are pretty random however I do try and keep my series together πŸ™‚
  2. Tell us a story about one of the books on this shelf that is special to you? To Kill a Mockingbird is a book that I read while in high school for my GCSES so its definitely got a nostalgia factor πŸ™‚
  3. Which book from this shelf would you ditch and why? I really wouldn’t wanna ditch any of the books on this shelf tbh!! I guess the book I would have to ditch would be It All Started With a Tweet because most of the others are series and it would be really annoying to lose a book from a series!
  4. Which book from this shelf would you save in an emergency? Probably Noughts and Crosses!
  5. Which book has been on this shelf for the longest time? Gone by Michael Grant
  6. Which book is the newest addition to this shelf? Endgame by Malorie Blackman
  7. Which book from this shelf are you most excited to read/reread? Uglies by Scott Westerfeld
  8. Are there any objects on this shelf apart from books, tell us the story behind it? Not on this shelf πŸ™‚
  9. What does this shelf tell us about you as a reader? I think this shelf tells you that I love YA series πŸ™‚

Let me know in the comments if you have read any of the books from this shelf and what book you would recommend I read next πŸ™‚

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Bookish tag :)

Bookish tag :)

I found this tag here and thought I would answer some of the questions as I am an avid reader πŸ™‚

  1. How many books are too many for a series? I think generally anything over 3 and I start to feel like the series is going on too long and start losing the thread of the series.
  2. How do you feel about cliffhangers? I HATEEEE cliffhangers whether its in a book or a TV series!!
  3. Hardcover or Paperback? Paperback- I find hardcover too bulky
  4. Favourite book? There is no 1 answer to this question! I think one of my favourite books that I have read this year would be The Midnight Library by Matt Haig
  5. Least Favourite book? I don’t have a least favourite book I don’t think
  6. Love Triangles Yes or No? Depends on the characters and the book but generally I do love a love triangle πŸ™‚
  7. Most recent book you didn’t finish? I always finish my books tbh- like I said I hate cliffhangers because I hate not knowing how something ends
  8. A book you’re currently reading? Good Girl Bad Blood by Holly Jackson
  9. Last Book you recommended to someone? The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid
  10. Oldest book you’ve read by publication date? Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen probably
  11. Newest book you’ve read by Publication date? The Couple by Helly Acton
  12. Favourite Author? I honestly don’t think I have a favourite author but I do love Carrie Hope Fletcher, Malorie Blackman, Helly Acton and Taylor Jenkins Reid
  13. Buying books or borrowing books? Buying 100%- I don’t often borrow books from people because I always feel bad if it takes me ages to read them
  14. A book you dislike but everyone else seems to love? I don’t think I have a specific book that falls into this category tbh
  15. Bookmarks or Dog Ears? 100% bookmarks- I can’t stand dog-earing my books!
  16. A book you can always re-read? Harry Potter!
  17. Can you read while listening to music? Definitely not- if I’m reading I like to concentrate completely on the book at hand and not on anything else
  18. One POV or multiple? I always love it when a book uses multiple POVs but I feel like it has to be done really well or it becomes messy and confusing
  19. Do you read a book in one sitting or over multiple days? I usually end up reading over multiple days simply because I don’t have the time to sit and read a whole book in one sitting!

Let me know in the comments your answers to these questions and also any book recommendations πŸ™‚

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Book Tag Shelfie Pt 3 :)

Book Tag Shelfie Pt 3 :)

I have always loved reading and have quite the collection of books on my bookshelf and on my kindle and have recently bought quite a few books so a month or so ago I thought that I would have a look for some bookish tags that I could do on this blog and I came across this one and thought it was amazing so thought I would give it a go πŸ™‚

This is my third Book Shelfie (my first one can be found here) so I figured I would start on my third shelf πŸ™‚

  1. Is there any reason for this shelf to be organised the way it is or is it purely random? All of my shelves are completely random currently but I would like to go through and organise them a bit better πŸ™‚ This shelf has quite a few of my newer books on it πŸ™‚
  2. Tell us a story about one of the books on this shelf that is special to you? I think the book that probably means the most to me in this shelf is my In The Heights book as my brother bought it for me for my birthday and I love the movie and the show πŸ™‚
  3. Which book from this shelf would you ditch and why? I think the book I would ditch would probably be the Marvel book book Infinity War as I bought it and then realised that I am not really a fan of comic books
  4. Which book from this shelf would you save in an emergency? I think the book I would save in an emergency would be either my In The Heights book or The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo which was such a good book and I bought it while on holiday with my friends in Windsor πŸ™‚
  5. Which book has been on this shelf for the longest time?– Probably Run by Kody Keplinger as I remember reading it in my last year of high school πŸ™‚
  6. Which book is the newest addition to this shelf? The Castaways by Lucy Clarke and Thursday Murder Club by Richard Osman were both added to this bookshelf at the same time only a few weeks ago πŸ™‚
  7. Which book from this shelf are you most excited to read/reread? I think The Castaways because the blurb sounds really really good!! If I were to re-read any of the books it would be Evelyn Hugo or The Shelf
  8. Are there any objects on this shelf apart from books, tell us the story behind it? I actually don’t have any objects on this shelf because it has two rows of books so theres not enough space for any other objects πŸ™‚
  9. What does this shelf tell us about you as a reader? I think this shelf tells you that I am a fan of fiction books and am a big fan of rom-com, murder mystery and Disney πŸ™‚

Let me know in the comments if you have read any of the books from this shelf and what book you would recommend I read next πŸ™‚

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2021 Reading Challenge Pt 3 :)

2021 Reading Challenge Pt 3 :)

At the start of February Hannah and I started a book club where the plan was to read a book a month and then discuss it however we have actually ended up changing that a bit as we have both been busy but I have read 2 for the book club and I have also read a few just myself πŸ™‚ My 2021 reading challenge was to read 24 books this year however I am already three quarters of the way through as I have already read 18 books this year!! πŸ™‚

  • Percy Jackson and The Last Olympian by Rick Riordan: 10/10- This is the final book in the Percy Jackson series and I absolutely LOVED it!! I loved the ending and the different character arcs and cant wait to read the Heroes of Olympus series and for Percy Jackson Disney+ series πŸ™‚
  • How to Stop Time by Matt Haig: 9/10- I picked up this book in WHSmith a few weeks ago because I enjoyed The Midnight Library so much and I really enjoyed this book however not as much as The Midnight Library as I didn’t really like the ending very much which is why I didn’t give it 10/10 but its still a good book πŸ™‚
  • Falling by Emma Kavanagh: 8/10- This was actually a book that Hannah lent to me so was kind of part of the Book Club as she had read it and we did discuss it after, it was a really interesting book as it was told in four different perspectives which then all came together as all of the characters stories interlinked very similar to a Love Actually type storyline but with murder which I LOVED however I felt like all of the big reveals throughout the book were a bit of a let down because I had an idea they would happen before they did.
  • The Summer Job by Lizzy Dent: 10/10- I read this book because it was in one of Carrie Hope Fletchers book recommendation videos and it sounded like it would be right up my street which it definitely was! It is the perfect book for reading on your sun lounger in the garden soaking up with sun with an ice cold drink next to you πŸ™‚ There are a few hard-hitting bits and important messages but also some romance and many many funny moments!
  • The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides: 9/10- This was Hannahs pick for our book club and although I did really like the book I felt like it took a long time to pick up the pace HOWEVER THE TWIST AT THE END WAS JAW DROPPING!!! Hannah and I both messaged each other like OMG OMG OMG so it is worth persevering πŸ™‚
  • The Couple by Helly Acton: 10/10- Again I picked up this book because it was in one of Carrie Hope Fletchers book recommendation videos and it sounded AMAZING. I loved the idea behind and book and I love the little nuances throughout the book as the book is set in a world where being single is the norm and being in a couple is a different path that most people don’t take so all of the different nuances that came along with this were really really interesting such as TV shows and movie titles, Valentines day, lots of other bits. I bought her other book The Shelf a few months ago but I haven’t gotten around to reading it yet but its next on my list πŸ™‚

Let me know in the comments what books you have been reading recently and if you have any recommendations πŸ™‚

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Book Shelfie Pt 2 :)

Book Shelfie Pt 2 :)

I have been reading a lot more as I have more time on my hands due to the current lockdown in the UK πŸ™‚ I have always loved reading and have quite the collection of books on my bookshelf and on my kindle and have recently bought quite a few books so a month or so ago I thought that I would have a look for some bookish tags that I could do on this blog and I came across this one and thought it was amazing so thought I would give it a go πŸ™‚

This is my second Book Shelfie (my first one can be found here) so I figured I would start on my second shelf rather than second row of my bottom shelf as there are quite a few interesting bits on this shelf πŸ™‚

  1. Is there any reason for this shelf to be organised the way it is or is it purely random? This shelf is composed mainly of my favourites books but has no particular organisation throughout the shelf πŸ™‚
  2. Tell us a story about one of the books on this shelf that is special to you? There are quite a few books on this shelf that have special meanings to me or stories behind how I got them πŸ™‚ Outspoken was given to me by my friend Birunda for Christmas I believe a few years ago πŸ™‚ The time travellers wife and Chart Throb are both actually my mums books that she gave me to read and Dear Evan Hansen, Hamilton and the Vogue magazine were all purchased in New York when I went on holiday there with my Mum πŸ™‚
  3. Which book from this shelf would you ditch and why? Probably Girlboss for a similar reason to my first Shelfie in that I prefer fiction books to non-fiction/self help books πŸ™‚
  4. Which book from this shelf would you save in an emergency? Probably The Time Travellers Wife because it is my mums favourite book that she lent to me πŸ™‚
  5. Which book has been on this shelf for the longest time? The Declaration by Gemma Malley which is absolutely AMAZING! I read this series while in high school at some point so I’ve had these books for at least 4 years πŸ™‚
  6. Which book is the newest addition to this shelf? You Should see Me in a Crown which I purchased during lockdown because I kept seeing reviews online and it looked really good πŸ™‚
  7. Which book from this shelf are you most excited to read/reread? I’ve actually been meaning to reread The Descendants series for a while πŸ™‚
  8. Are there any objects on this shelf apart from books, tell us the story behind it? I have quite a few objects on this shelf πŸ™‚ I have a light box which I believe I bought from New Look quite a few years ago πŸ™‚ In front of the lightbox are two Harry potter Pops and two mini figures that I got from a randomised packet from Platform 9 3/4 in Kings Cross ❀ I also have an pot with my bookmarks in it, an inspire plaque, four The Nightmare Before Christmas figurines that I for for Black Friday in 2020 πŸ™‚ In the corner I have a Chocolate Frog box which has lots of different Chocolate Frog cards which I have collected through the years πŸ™‚ On top of my books are a mini hedwig, a frame which was given to me by my friend Hannah and in the corner are two magical creature figurines that I also got from a random packet but these came from a shop in Brighton πŸ™‚
  9. What does this shelf tell us about you as a reader? I think this shelf tells you that I love Disney, Youtube, Musical Theatre and also fiction books πŸ™‚

Let me know in the comments if you have read any of the books from this shelf and what book you would recommend I read next πŸ™‚

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Book Haul :)

Book Haul :)

I have been loving the fact that the shops are open again and one of the first places that I went was to a bookshop as I am an avid reader and have been really getting into reading again lately πŸ™‚ I have done three different hauls so I will split this post into three ❀

The first place I went to was WHSmith and picked up 6 different books….. ooops!! The first book I picked up was Five Feet Apart which has been made into a movie with Cole Sprouse and I have been meaning to watch the movie for ages! I have seen quite a few people talking about this book so I thought I would finally pick it up πŸ™‚ The second book I picked up was Vox by Christina Dalcher as I had heard so many people talking about this book!! It sounds so interesting and I’m so excited to read it because the concept sounds so interesting!!! πŸ™‚ The third book I picked up was Five Hundred Miles from You by Jenny Colgan which I’m very intrigued about- I love books where people swap lives for a while so I’m excited to see where this book is going to go πŸ™‚ The next book I picked up was The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern as the concept and the cover intrigued me so much! I then picked up How To Stop Time by Matt Haig as I absolutely loved The Midnight Library so when I saw another book of his I had to pick it up! The final book I picked up was Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard as I have seen so so many people reading this book and I’m very excited to read it!

On my second trip to the shops I popped into Waterstones and picked up 4 different books as they were all in the Buy One Get One Half Price section and I was very intrigued! The first book I picked up was the 24 hour cafe by Libby Page and I picked up this book because I had heard good things about it from my friend Hannah πŸ™‚ The second book that I picked up was Such A Fun Age by Kiley Reid because I had seen so many adverts for it in the shop and had seen a few people talking about it on BookTok and on Bookstagrams. The last two books I picked up were Just Like You by Nick Hornby and Last Night by Mhairi McFarlane as they both caught my eye and after reading the blurbs I was still very interested to see where the story would go πŸ™‚

When I got home from my second shopping trip I did an online order of 5 different books that I had seen on Carrie Hope Fletchers Bookstagram as they all sounded so interesting!! The first book I picked up was 84 Charing Cross road by Helene Hanff which looks really good, the second book was The House In The Cerulean Sea by TJ Klune which I’m really excited for, Before the coffee gets cold is the third book that I ordered which sounds really interesting and then the final two books I got were The Flip Side by James Bailey and The Summer Job by Lizzy Dent.

I have ordered three books that I’m so so excited to get but they haven’t been released yet! The first book was The Couple by Helly Acton which sounds soooo good! I love Beth O’Leary as an author so when I heard that she was releasing a new book I had to order it πŸ™‚ Finally I ordered The Lucky Escape by Laura Jane Williams which I decided to order as I have loved her other two books πŸ™‚

Let me know in the comments what books I should look out for when I next go shopping and I will keep you guys updated as I read these books πŸ™‚

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2021 Reading Challenge Part 2 :)

2021 Reading Challenge Part 2 :)

At the start of February Hannah and I started a book club where the plan was to read a book a month and then discuss it however we have actually ended up reading a few more books than that and I have also read a few just myself πŸ™‚ My 2021 reading challenge was to read 24 books this year however I am already halfway through as I have already read 12 books this year!! πŸ™‚

  • SinEater by Megan Campisi: 8/10- This was actually my pick for Hannah and I’s book club after Kalyn Nicholson included the book in one of her book suggestion videos πŸ™‚ I loved the references to Tudor history included in the book and also learning about the folklore surrounding Sin Eaters πŸ™‚ I feel like the book started off pretty slow and then zoomed through the last few chapters really quickly!! I did love that most of your questions got answered because I don’t like it when I finish books with questions πŸ™‚
  • MeatMarket- Juno Dawson: 8/10- This book was Hannahs pick for our book club and I really enjoyed it πŸ™‚ It seemed like the book zoomed through pretty quick from her not being a model to suddenly booking fashion weeks and Vogue but I did still really enjoy the book and there were some really cool characters πŸ™‚
  • The Midnight Library by Matt Haig: 10/10- I ABSOLUTELY LOVED THIS BOOK!! I absolutely loved the concept of seeing all of the different lives that she could have led and seeing how small decisions could have changed her life so much! There were definitely a few times that I cried during this book and would highly recommend ❀
  • Fate The Winx Saga The Fairies path by Ava Corrigan: 10/10- I loved this show on Netflix so when I realised that they had also made a book out of the series I definitely needed to read it! My favourite character is still Terra and would highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoyed the Netflix show πŸ™‚
  • Percy Jackson and the Titans Curse by Rick Riordan : 10/10
  • Percy Jackson and the Battle of the Labyrinth by Rick Riordan: 10/10

I am absolutely loving this series!! I have cried, laughed and can’t wait to read the final book in the series! I had no idea what to expect from these two books as I started off already having an idea what to expect from the first two books of the series as I had watched the Percy Jackson movies but I had no idea what to expect from these next two books but absolutely loved them πŸ™‚ I am getting so excited for the Percy Jackson TV show!

Let me know in the comments what books you have been reading recently and if you have any recommendations πŸ™‚

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Book Tag Shelfie Pt 1 :)

Book Tag Shelfie Pt 1 :)

I have been really inspired recently to read more as I have more time on my hands due to the current lockdown in the UK and also I started a book club with my friend Hannah πŸ™‚ I have always loved reading and have quite the collection of books on my bookshelf and on my kindle so I thought that I would have a look for some bookish tags that I could do on this blog and I came across this one and thought it was amazing so thought I would give it a go πŸ™‚

I’m starting off with the first row of my bottom shelf πŸ™‚

1.) Is there any reason for this shelf being organised the way it is or is it purely random? I organise my books randomly but will keep Authors/series together if I can πŸ™‚ I actually need to go through and organise my bookshelves soon because I have recently bought some new books and need to organise them properly πŸ™‚

2.) Tell us a story about one of the books on this shelf that is special to you i.e. how you got it/ a memory associated with it etc.– My favourite book on this shelf is probably All I know Now by Carrie Hope Fletcher because it was actually signed by Carrie when I met her at the Les Mis stage door which was so so cool! ❀

3.) Which book from this shelf would you ditch if you were forced to and why?– I think the book I would ditch from this shelf would be MyLifeisEva by Eva Gutowski simply because I prefer fiction to non-fiction/autobiographies πŸ™‚

4.) Which book from this shelf would you save in an emergency and why? Definitely All I know now by Carrie hope Fletcher due to the memory attached to it πŸ™‚

5.) Which book has been on this shelf for the longest time?– I think that would probably be Ballet shoes by Noel Streatfeild as I read this book as a kid and then rediscovered my love for it when I watched the movie with Emma Watson and then again when Carrie Hope Fletcher released Into the Spotlight πŸ™‚

6.) Which book is the newest addition to this shelf?– Fate The Winx Sage The Fairies Path which I actually ordered only a few weeks ago after watching the Netflix series and absolutely loving it πŸ™‚

7.) Which book from this shelf are you most excited to read (or re-read if this is a favourites shelf?)– I’m really excited to read the three books on the top of the shelf as these are the three books that I have yet to read πŸ™‚ I think the one I’m most excited to read is The Shelf by Helly Acton

8.) If there is an object on this shelf apart from books, tell us the story behind it.– This shelf actually doesn’t have any objects on it but the one above has loads so I will talk about all of them when I do my next SHELFIE πŸ™‚

9.) What does this shelf tell us about you as a reader?– I think this shelf tells you that I like fiction books and also that I like musical theatre, fantasy and photography πŸ™‚

Let me know in the comments if you have read any of the books from this shelf and what book you would recommend I read next πŸ™‚

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2021 Reading Challenge Part 1 :)

2021 Reading Challenge Part 1 :)

At the start of February Hannah– who has just revamped and restarted her blog which is amazing so be sure to check out her blog- and I started a book club where the plan was to read a book a month and then discuss it however we have actually ended up reading three books in the month of February which was so much fun πŸ™‚ My 2021 reading challenge was to read 24 books this year however I have been running through books pretty quickly so I might be able to read a few more which is exciting πŸ™‚

  1. Dream a little Christmas Dream by Giovanna Fletcher: 8/10
  2. Christmas with Billy and Me by Giovanna Fletcher: 8/10

These first two books were both cute Christmas themed Novellas based on two of Giovanna’s longer books which I absolutely loved πŸ™‚ I had read both of the longer books previously and because I started these books in January I was still feeling slightly Christmassy so picked two Christmas themed books for my first two books of the year πŸ™‚

3. A Good Girls Guide to Murder by Holly Jackson: 10/10- This book was actually the first of Hannah and I’s book club picks and was actually Hannahs choice and I absolutely loved it!! I think this has been my favourite of the book club books that we have read so far, I loved the suspense and there were so many twists and turns that I had no idea what was going to happen on the next page and the ending was absolutely fantastic as there were more twists than you thought there were going to be and more depth to the story πŸ™‚ I would highly recommend this book to anyone who is a fan of suspense/murder mystery books πŸ™‚

4. Percy Jackson and the Sea of Monsters by Rick Riordan: 10/10- I started the Percy Jackson series in 2020 but only got around to reading the first book so I then decided to read the second book as I really enjoyed the first one and absolutely love Greek Mythology πŸ™‚ I loved this book and am so so excited to see what happens next in the third book! I have watched the first two Percy Jackson films but the books were so much better!!

5. All Your Twister Secrets by Diana Urban: 8/10- This was my pick for the second book club book and I really liked it πŸ™‚ The book was so good but I was slightly disappointed with the ending as I feel like the ending didn’t correlate with the rest of the book as the person who was commiting the crimes personality didn’t fit with the type of person who would have needed to pull this off and also while discussing the end of the book Hannah and I came up with a few different things that could/should have been different and would have changed the book so much based on the ending.

6. CliqueBait by Ann Valett: 8/10- This was Hannahs second book club pick and again I really liked the book but the ending was a slight let down as I felt like the basis for the revenge wasn’t really strong enough which kind of tarnished the rest of the book as there was this huge build up and then it was a bit of a fail however I really enjoyed the rest of the book and again the different twists throughout πŸ™‚

Let me know in the comments if you have read any of these books and if you have what you thought πŸ™‚ Also let me know any book suggestions for Hannah and I’s book club πŸ™‚

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Blogmas Day 27: Bookish Naughty or Nice Tag :)

Blogmas Day 27: Bookish Naughty or Nice Tag :)

I don’t believe that I have ever done a book tag on this blog which is really weird to me! I am an avid reader and so when I found this tag on https://jenniely.com/ I thought it was perfect to include in Blogmas πŸ™‚

  1. Folded down the page of a book: Nice- I NEVER fold down the pages of a book!! I always have a bookmark on hand if I am reading a proper book and if I don’t I will find a scrap of paper and rip it and use that as a bookmark rather than folding down the pages!
  2. Accidentally spilled on a book: Naughty- I have never spilled on a book however I have dropped a book in the bath before so I’m going to count that, I believe it was Stephanie Meyers The Host that I dropped…… ooops!!
  3. DNF a book this year- Naughty- I technically started reading The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes by Suzanne Collins but then stopped reading it because I watched the first Percy Jackson film with one of my friends and so decided to read the first Percy Jackson instead however it is still on my TBR list as I had only read the first chapter before stopping and I was actually enjoying it πŸ™‚
  4. Bought a book purely because it was pretty with no intention of reading it- Nice- I will only buy a book if I really like the sound of the blurb because I hate wasting space or money πŸ™‚
  5. Read whilst you were meant to be doing something else (like homework)- Naughty! I have 100% used reading to procrastinate!
  6. Skim read a book- Naughty- If I have read the book before but want to reread a certain chapter or want to re-read sometimes I will skim read certain bits…..
  7. Completely missed your Goodreads goal- Nice- I have actually managed to complete all of my goodreads challenges since making an account πŸ™‚
  8. Borrowed a book and not returned it- Nice- I have never done this because I would hate if someone else did this to me! I also now share a kindle account with the main person that I would borrow books from Hannah so usually if I’m ‘borrowing’ a book its just me downloading one that she has bought on her kindle πŸ™‚
  9. Broke a book buying ban- Naughty- I have 100% walked into Waterstones during a ‘I can’t buy any books because I have to many to read’ and walked out with a few books in the past!
  10. Wrote in a book you were reading- Nice- If I’m reading a non-fiction book I would always have a notebook nearby to write in if I wanted to write/highlight anything πŸ™‚
  11. Finished a book and not added it to your Goodreads- Nice- I am actually pretty good at this as I usually have my phone in my pocket and will add it straight away once I finish via the app πŸ™‚
  12. Dodged someone asking if they can borrow a book. Naughty- I’m sure I have done this before where I don’t feel like I will get the book back for ages or if the book is one of my favourites and I don’t want it to get damaged! 99 times out of 100 though I am always willing to lend books out to people πŸ™‚
  13. Broke the spine of someone else’s book- Nice- I don’t believe I have ever done this, if I have I am so sorry! I would never do this on purpose because I don’t do that to my own books and I would be so annoyed if someone did it to one of mine!
  14. Took the jacket off a book to protect it and ended up making it more damaged- Nice- I will usually take the sleeves off of Hardback books while I’m reading them but I think that they have all been ok and stayed nice and neat πŸ™‚
  15. Sat on a book accidentally- Naughty- I can’t remember a specific instance but I’m sure I have done this in the past where I have forgotten I have left a book on the sofa or its slipped down from the sofa arm thing onto the seat!

Nice rating: 8/15 which means I just about scraped it onto the nice list! πŸ™‚

Let me know in the comments if you have any funny stories relating to any of these questions or link me ur blog if you have done this tag before πŸ™‚

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