The Book Love Book Tag

I came across this on Lindsey’s blog, A Rambling Reviewer and if you’ve been here for a while, you know that I can never say no to a good book-tag. If you’re new, trust me, this is a fun post because words can be heavy!

So let’s get down to it shall we?

What books have you been gifted that you love?

  • Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand
  • Americanah by Chimamanda Adichie Ngozi
  • In the Kitchen by Monica Ali

What book(s) would you like to give as a gift to someone else?

These are some of the books that are in my collection that I’d love to hand down to my daughter some day.

If you could gift a random person any bookish item, what would it be?

A bookmark, because, you can’t go wrong with that right?

If you could gift a random person any non-bookish item, what would it be?

A mug. Definitely a mug, we all drink some hot beverage 🙂 I think.

What do you say when a person gives you a gift you don’t like?

Um…wow, this is, um…thank you!

Mention a book based around Valentine’s Day.

Image result for gone with the wind

Mention any two tips for blogging as a gift to other bloggers and to those who may want to start a blog.

  1. Write as though you are talking to yourself. If it speaks to you chances are it could speak to someone else.
  2. Edit what you’ve written before sharing it. It’s an interesting way to make sure that you have your words right and whoever is reading knows that you’ve got a handle on your words. If you’re struggling with this- try Grammarly, it’s partially free!

Have a great week and if you enjoyed reading this post, why not jump on it and see what you can answer?


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