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The This Is My Genre Tell Me Yours Book Tag


The Ths Is My Genre Tell Me Yours Book Tag Drew @ TheTattooedBookGeek

1). What’s your favourite genre?

My favourite genre is a mix between History and Historical Romance

2). Who’s your favourite author from the genre?

My favourite author did not write History or Historical Romance but she wrote based on her time period which is The Romantic Period (1785 – 1832) . Today, many refer to her [Jane Austen] work as Classics. She is my only favourite author (for now), thus I do not have a favourite author in my favourite genres which is quite weird, if I do say so myself.

3). What is it about the genre that keeps pulling you back?

Retelling of the past. I love reading about an event or the lives of people in a time period which existed before I came on earth. A period of time when technology was not so advance, when the foundation that governed families, churches and country were in their building stages. A time when horse power referred to an actual horse, when traffic was cattle crossing or when the first inhabitants roamed across vast plains.

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NY Times By The Book Tag


Book Tags

I came across the NY Times By The Book Tag on Jen Campbell’s booktube channel. It is a book tag put together by Marie Berg on booktube,  from a book which is linked to  reviews on the New York Times.

Let us dive into it:

1. What book is on your nightstand now?

Gerrard: My Autobiography by Steven Gerrard

2. What was the last truly great book that you read?

The Beautyful Ones Are Not Yet Born by Ayi Kwei Armah
3. If you could meet any writer – dead or alive – who would it be? And what would you want to know?

Jane Austen. I want to know everything, the conversation would take so long :).

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Dimsum Book Tag


Stephanie from Adventures of a Bibliophile tagged me to take part in the Dimsum tag. If  my memory serves me right, this is my first tag, yes I know I have broken the laws of book tags and doing them on my own because I felt like it :D.

Let us dive into it

A book that started off hot but quickly turned cold.

Romance Novel

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Bookish Alphabet Tag


Book Tags

A tag from Mariana from FireHeartBooks call Bookish Alphabet Tag [a book title for each letter of the alphabet]. I thought it proper to put together this book tag immediately after participating in the Author A- Z Tag because it is similar. According to Mariana:

The only rule is the book you choose has to be in your shelf ; ) or if you’ve read it but don’t own it anymore you can use it too : )

Let us dive into it:

A    nywhere You Are,   Constance O’Day Flannery

B    ad Men,  John Connolly

C    an A Busy Christian Develop Her Spirituality, Arthur Briscoe

D   addy’s Little Matchmaker, Roz Denny Fox

E   mancipation, Sugar and Federalism, Claude Levy

F   oolish Virgins,  Rick Wayne

G   ilead, Marilynne Robinson

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The Author A- Z Tag


Book Tags

I came across this tag from one of my two favourite Booktubers, Jen Campbell. It is a simple tag, just name an author for each letter of the alphabet.

Let us dive into it:

Jane Austen , Persuasion

Charlotte Bronte, Jane Eyre

Julie Campbell, The Secret of the Mansion

Charles Dickens, Great Expectation

Dave Eggers, The Circle

Amanda Forester, A Wedding In Springtime

Philippa Gregory, The Boleyn Inheritance

Patricia Hermes, My Girl

Rachael Irving, Jamaican Gold: Jamaican Sprinters

Brenda Jackson, Stone Cold Surrender

Lynnette Kraft, Ingrid

Charlotte Lamb, Walking in Darkness

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Ringing In The New Year Book Tag


Book Tags

I came across a tag on Vrushali’s blog and since she said “feel free to tag yourself”, I offer the link to make up for lack of attribution to the creator of  Ringing In The New Year Book Tag.

Let us dive into it:

Best book/series that you’ve read in 2015
Some of my best books include Ebola K by Bobby Adair, Born of Persuasion by Jessica Dotta and Pre- Emancipation of the West Indies by Issac Dookhan.

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The High School Musical Tag

High School Musical

High School Musical Character Via Wikipedia.org

I LOVE  the High School Musical movies and I just cannot believe I have not done a book tag in its honour. I came across two such book tags on YouTube, one in English and one in Spanish who both claim originality.

Let us get into it:

1. The Start of Something New – A new favourite genre/author/series

Price of Privilege Trilogy

Via amazon.com

Price of Privilege Trilogy by Jessica Dotta. I fell for the first book and finally have in my possession book two which I am excited to read.

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Most Read/Owned Authors


Via Wikipedia with modification

Normally, I use Goodreads to keep track of the books that I remember reading. When I store such information on the best book media on earth, the system gives me in return statistics with little effort. An example is the most read authors from my list. I realize from that stat, I do not normally read more than one book from many authors. The only authors I have read more than three/four books is Jane Austen, that would make sense because she is my favourite author.

In addition, my most read authors corresponds with my most owned authors. Now I have a small physical library of not more than 100 books (not counting the borrowed never returned- my heart still cries for especially one copy), so it is easy to keep track of the authors. Some usually stay on my mind even if I read only one book for example Harper Lee but other times authors names are not on the tip of my tongue. It is only just a few years back, I made an effort to remember authors. It may sound stupid but my aim is always to recall the story and perhaps the book title. I guess this is why many of the books I read before I cannot recollect the author or title but mere fragments of the story.

Some of my most read/owned authors:

Jane Austen

Philippa Gregory

Debra White Smith

James Patterson

Who are your most read authors? let me know below in the comments section.

Books: Help Me Remember



Have you ever experienced that feeling of remembering some details for a book that you read some ages ago but the memory stops there. Sometimes you cannot recall the characters names but you can give tidbits of the places they visited and some of their family background. Even more of a challenge is absolutely zero recollection of the author or even the name of the book.

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This and That Book Tag


Hello book tag lovers, I share with you a tag from whatkellyreads youtube channel with questions that sought of summaries a reader’s reading journey. Questions which make you dig in your bookshelf and  run to the aid of Goodreads(kisses for GR) to compare.

Let us dive into it:

1) Which is your oldest book and your newest?

A Midsummer Night’s Dream published in 1596 is the oldest book and the newest is The Cavendon Women by Barbara Taylor Bradford published in 2015


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