Book Tag: The 2017 Mid-Year Book Freakout Tag

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I know, I know, it’s way past June and thus it is way past the reasonably acceptable time to post the Mid-Year Book Freakout Tag. But here I am, completing the tag, because I am a rebel. (Actually, no, I just took a blogging break and this is the one tag that I really wanted to complete this year so… yeah.)

This tag was created by Chami from ReadLikeWildfire (watch her video here) and Ely from Earl Grey Books (watch her video here). I completed this tag last year so if you’d like to see my 2016 Mid-Year Book Freakout Tag you can check that out here.

So, without further ado, let’s dive into this tag!

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Book Tag: A to Z Bookish Survey

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I haven’t done any type of book tag in a while and, inevitably, I’m extremely bored and trying to procrastinate at the moment, so I figured why not complete a new book tag! I got the idea to do this tag after watching Hailey’s video and then I went and found the original creator of this tag, Jamie at The Perpetual Page-Turner. This seems like such a fun tag to complete so, without further ado, let’s get into this survey.

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Book Tag: You’re Not Good Enough Tag

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When I first saw the title of this book tag a few months ago, my automatic first thought was “Oh boy, this is going to be a problematic tag.” And then I watched the original video and read the questions and I discovered that this was one of the most hilarious tags I’ve ever come across! This tag was created by Becca from BeccaTheBookReviewer and Chami from ReadLikeWildfire; you can watch their original tag video here.

Basically, you’re supposed to write out 30 names of different fictional characters, pick two names at random for each question, and then only choose one character as your answer for every question. I’ve always wanted to do this tag because it looked like loads of fun and I was inspired to finally do it after seeing Lauren from Wonderless Reviews do the tag. (Credit to Lauren for having the idea of using a random online generator instead of writing down the actual answers. Thank goodness for technology because I’m honestly too lazy to get up and actually write out all of my answers on different sheets of paper.) So, without further ado, here’s me trying to decipher between choosing some of my favorite and least favorite characters!

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