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The Cheesy Goodness Book Tag!

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Who doesn’t love cheese? And cheesiness?

Well, I love both, so I had to give this tag a go.

The Rules:

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Books I WANT to read, but don’t want to READ

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I nabbed this tag from Nicole @ BookWyrmKnits. She filled it out in April, and you can check out her answers here. I’m actually trying to make a point of NOT reading books I don’t REALLY want to, and trying to get stricter about DNFing anything I’m not enjoying. So, while I might change my mind, I probably won’t ever actually pick most of these up. Still, it’s a fun tag to take a look at.

The original tag (created by Jamieson @ Jamishelves)

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The Book Blogger Memory Challenge

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I spotted this tag on The Corner of Laura. Check out her answers too. I thought this would be quick and fun, and I good way to remind myself of books I’ve otherwise forgotten.

The tag was created by Laura @ Laura’s Book Reviews.

The Rules

  • You have to answer the prompts without using the internet or looking at your bookshelves.
  • Your answers have to all come from memory!
  • Make sure to link to the person who originally tagged you.
  • Once you’re done, you can tag five other people if you’d like.
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The Quick Fire Fantasy Book Tag

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I spotted this one over on Becky’s Book Blog and though it looked like a fun one.

Six questions, here we go!

Rules

  • Thank the person who tagged you and link back to their post
  • Link to the creator’s blog (thebookwormdreamer.wordpress.com) in your post
  • Answer the prompts below – all fantasy books!
  • Tag 5 others to take part
  • Enjoy!
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Hercule Poirot Mystery Book Tag

March is for mysteries so I’m doing this tag inspired by one of my favourite detectives Hercule Poirot. I’ve read a handful of Agatha Christie over the years, but I adore the David Suchet adaptions, and this year I’m trying to dip in and out of more Christie with the #ReadChristie2022 challenge.

This tag comes from Alice and the Giant Bookshelf.

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Murder on the Orient Express Book Tag

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I took part in reading for the #ChristiesMissing2021 readathon last month and had a great time getting back into Agatha Christie. I picked up Midwinter Murders (a mixbag of Christie detectives and short stories) and Hercule Poirot’s Christmas, as well as watching a ton of the adaptions.

I definitely plan to carry on with working through the Poirot and Marple book I haven’t read this year.

However, I didn’t have time to squeeze in any of the tags I spotted going round, so today I’m playing catch-up and trying out @Hungry Bookworm‘s Murder on the Orient Express Book Tag.

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