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New Years Eve Book Tag

A little late, I know, but, since I was tagged by the lovely Sweaters and Raindrops, I don’t want to wait until next January. I don’t know about you but I am very glad to see the back of 2019! 2020 doesn’t have to do much to be better than last year for me. Good thing I had so many good books and bookish friends to keep me going.


An original book tag to ring in the new year with our love of books and the bookish community!

Original tag made by: Leelynn @ Sometimes Leelynn Reads.

Don’t forget the rules:

  1. Link back to the tag’s creator.
  2. Thank and link back to the person that tagged you. (no one)
  3. Feel free to use the pre-made graphics or create your own. Credit is appreciated if you do.
  4. Answer the questions as best as you can. No answer is incorrect!
  5. Tag some people to do this tag. No minimum or limit.
  6. Spread the love and have a happy 2020!

Favourite book

Take a wild guess…

Green cover


Gotta be the Testaments. Did you know that this shade of nail polish sold out when this book was published? A surprising effect indeed.

Sexiest character


Lord Maccon is both sexy and adorably awkward. The perfect combo. That, and the fact he’s a werewolf and Scottish.

Best moment of 2019

way of kings 1

That’s a tough one. It’s not been the best of years for me with troubles in the family, troubles at work and troubles in my own mind. One part that saved the year, however, was Christmas. It was definitely one of the best Christmases of my adult life. Simply because I was allowed to do whatever I liked – which was to bury myself in a mammoth Brandon Sanderson book, only coming downstairs for dinner and the Strictly Christmas Special. Good times!

Silly MC (or side character)


And that’s why I love Aiko. She brings a lovely bit of comic relief to a series that has a tendency to take itself a bit too seriously. Never change, Aiko!

New book friends

Sweaters and Raindrops, of course, and I will imitate her and tag the brilliant people who I’ve had the pleasure of interacting with in 2019. It’s not a complete list by any means so please don’t take offence if you’re not on it. You’ve not been forgotten! Thank you, all of you who have faithfully followed my blog in 2019, and consider yourself tagged.

First book in 2020

night shift

What better way to start a year than with some festive-themed, ludicrous and heart-wrenching medical anecdotes? One Word review to come soon!

I tag:

Annemieke @ A Dance with Books

notsomoderngirl @ Not-so-modern-girl

The Orang-utan Librarian

Anna @ My Bookish Dream

Aurore-Anne-Chehoke @ Diary-of-a-black-city-girl

And anyone else who doesn’t think it’s too late to celebrate the New Year.

I hope to see you again very soon.

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8 thoughts on “New Years Eve Book Tag”

  1. Yay, I love your answers! This post really DOES give you an opportunity to appreciate the wonderfully bookish people online!

    I had no idea that the green in ‘The Testaments’ was a sold-out nail polish colour; I find it to be too bright :/ Honestly, I have to agree with you regarding Lord Maccon; I can’t believe I forgot about him! He and Alexia really suit each other. And of course Aiko is one of the best “silly” side characters.

    I hope your 2020 turns out to be 10x better than your crappy 2019 :)))

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  2. I seriously need to get my hands on The Bear and the Nightingale soon! I have heard nothing but amazing things about that series. 😀 Plus it does sound like something that I would love. Thank you for tagging me! ❤

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