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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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Meet The Book Blogger Tag

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Okay, so this blogs been going for *cough* a while *cough* but Mani @ Mani’s Book Corner tagged me in, and the questions are a lot of fun. So here we go.

Rules:

  • Nominated bloggers can nominate ten other bloggers. Anyone who wants to is be is hereby tagged by me.
  • Use the same questions from the tag.
  • Tag the original creator (Bibliomavens) and the blogger who tagged you
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Okay, so this blogs been going for *cough* a while *cough* but Mani @ Mani’s Book Corner tagged me in, and the questions are a lot of fun. So here we go.

Rules:

  • Nominated bloggers can nominate ten other bloggers. Anyone who wants to is be is hereby tagged by me.
  • Use the same questions from the tag.
  • Tag the original creator (Bibliomavens) and the blogger who tagged you
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Creatures of the Night Book Tag

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This is an old tag, one I spotted on Dreamland Book Blog, but since I really love fantasy and sci-fi creatures, I couldn’t pass it up.

This gave me a bit of thought, because I’d expected it to be much easier to fill out than it was. For some, it was a hard job of narrowing down lots of brilliant options — vampires, superpowers — while for others I struggled to remember if I’d ever read anything where the creature featured heavily. I definitely need to pick up more books with zombies and ghosts in future.

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Reader Problems Tag

Another tag I’ve spotted over at Alice in Bookland. This time we’re looking at reading habits instead of specific books.

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You have twenty thousand books in your TBR. How do you decide which book you will read next?

New releases I’m excited about and ARCs that are due usually come first since they’re fresh in my mind.

Other than that, I love readathons for the community and gameplay feel of them. As a nice bonus, matching up my enormous Goodreads TBR and the books I already own to the prompt is both fun and a great way to prioritise a months reading, often reminding my of books I’d forgotten about.

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Beauty and the Beast Book Tag

I spotted this one over on Alice in Bookland and, since Beauty and the Beast one of my all time favourite fairy tales, decided this would be a fun substitute for todays Top Ten Tuesday.

Characters | Beauty and the Beast | Disney Movies

TALE AS OLD AS TIME: A theme, trope or setting that you never tire of reading about

The plucky upstart (and Chosen One) sets of on a dangerous quest to save the kingdom and/or world.

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The Mystery Blogger Award

I’ve been catching up on some of the book and blogger tags I’ve fell behind on last year. I always really appriciate the nominations or being tagged, but last year there were times when I just wasn’t in the right mind for blogging.

Anna from Anna’s Book Nook nominated me for this one in August. I’m sorry its taken so long to fill out, but I hope you enjoy reading her questions and my answers. There are some questions from me at the end, if you’d like to answer them and take a shot at this post yourself.

This award was originally created by Okoto @ย Okoto Enigmaโ€™s Blog.

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