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.
I’ll be honest, the movie itself took me a second watch to fully appreciate, but the songs still, after months, have me absolutely hooked! The Encanto book tag was created by Anshula of Passport to Eden.
I loved reading the answers to this post over at Words About Words so I thought I’d give it a shot myself. You can read that post here. I’ve removed some of the questions I didn’t have answers for, so check out the original if you’d like to give it a go for yourself.
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.
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.