It's been a while since I've done a book tag so I was excited to be tagged by Nikki at Nikki Swift Reads!
I've seen this tag (originally created by Ellyn at Allonsythornaxx) a few times on Twitter and loved reading everyone's answers.
The Stuck at Home Book Tag
- Thank the person who nominated you
- Answer all of the questions
- Pingback to the creator: Ellyn at Allonsythornraxx
- Nominate 5+ bloggers to do this tag
What are you currently reading?
I've recently finished Matt Haig's The Midnight Library, which I really enjoyed! Next on my TBR is A Girl Made of Air by Nydia Hetherington. I've been in a bit of a reading slump lately, but now Autumn is almost here, I'm looking forward to getting all cosy under a blanket with a good book!
What is your favourite 'Can't leave the house' activity?
Lockdown didn't alter my day-to-day life too much, as I still worked throughout the pandemic. Yet, I did discover some new hobbies and activities while at home - in fact, I even wrote a post about it! I've been more active, working out and doing yoga more regularly, and I've also been teaching myself British Sign Language (BSL) at home.
What is a book you've been meaning to read forever?
Ohh there's so many! I really need to read Anne Frank's The Diary of a Young Girl, as it's a book that everyone should read. I also want to read Markus Zusak's The Book Thief.
What is an intimidating book on your TBR?
Hmm.. I think I find any book series the most intimidating. Bex Hogan's Viper and Venom are popular within the bookish community and have been on my TBR for a while, I'm hoping to read these sometime soon! I need to read Garber's Caraval series too!
What are the three top-priority books on your TBR?
I'm very much a mood-reader so my TBR isn't ordered - it's a bit all over the place! I just read whatever I feel like in the moment, currently, I'm in a cosy Autumnal mood so I usually turn to mysteries and fantasies at this time of year!
Recommend a short book.
I don't really read many short books, I much prefer longer books that you can really get in to. However, I couple of shorter books (approx 350 pages) that I've enjoyed recently are Alice Oseman's Loveless, and also both of Beth O'Leary's The Switch and The Flatshare.
Recommend a long book.
A longer book (approx 500 pages) that I read earlier this year is Erin Morgenstern's The Starless Sea, it's such a magical book and the world-building is incredible! If you haven't read it, please do! It's amazing.
What do you plan on reading next?
Next on my list is Nydia Hetherington's A Girl Made of Air. But after that, who knows! I'm currently planning my Autumnal TBR which will be published on my blog soon.
I tag you! Yes, you!!
Comment down below if you've taken part in this tag and I'll leave a comment on your post! Have a wonderful weekend everyone!
Take care and stay safe,
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