Tag: Three Bookish Things

This Three Bookish Things tag looks like so much fun and I was so happy to see that I’d been tagged by Siobhan! If you haven’t checked out her blog, go now! What are you waiting for?!

Three Read Once and Loved Authors

  • Alex Evansley
  • Mary H.K. Choi
  • Sally Thorne

Three Titles I’ve Watched But Haven’t Read

I don’t watch a lot of movies and I read a looooooot of books, so this was kind of hard! I had to go way back in my memory to think of three titles!

Three Characters You Love

Three Series Binged

Three Unpopular Bookish Opinions

  • I didn’t like Six of Crows. Take away my book blogger card now.
  • I think Cassandra Clare’s The Mortal Instruments series turned into a total mess.
  • One of my least favorite things is when a romance novel ends with a surprise pregnancy.

Three Current Favourite Book Covers

Three Goals for the Year

  • I want to continue to read more books outside of my comfort zone. Some of my favorite books of the year have been from genres I wouldn’t ordinarily pick up.
  • I want to do more unconventional reviews! I have so much fun with them and sometimes they take a little longer, but I think they’re worth it in the end.
  • I want to keep getting to know other bloggers by interacting on WordPress, Goodreads, and Twitter. I think right now I’m pretty good on WordPress, I’m decent on Goodreads, and I’m terrible at Twitter but I’m working on it.

Tag Time!

Jamsu | Lori | Princess of Pages | Bethany | Jackie | Charleigh | Caidyn & Chantel

As always, no pressure! Let me know if you like tags and also if you hate them. Please feel free to steal this tag from me and don’t forget to link back to this post so I get a notification to check out your answers! ❤

46 thoughts on “Tag: Three Bookish Things

  1. Sahi says:

    Wow this is such a fun tag…!!! And loved your answers… have to checkout some of these books 😊😊😊
    I’m a huge fan of Six of Crows 😂😂😂 but I abandoned TMI after Book 4 and hate when authors think a surprise pregnancy is the only possible happy ending.. !!!

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    • Sara @ The Bibliophagist says:

      Thank you! I hope you like the books! And I know, everybody loves Six of Crows but me!! But I’m glad you agree with me about TMI, book 4 was a disaster. And I’m glad that you agree about the surprise pregnancies! I just feel like it’s the least creative way to end a book.

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      • Sahi says:

        I know right… as if having a child is the only way the couple can have a happy ending… Twilight definitely ruined a lot of books that came later…

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  2. Norrie says:

    I still need to read trainspotting… saw the movie like ten times 🙈
    Have a copy of it, and tried reading the first chapter but it was written with “accent” and i found that kinda distracting…

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  3. Leslie says:

    I also dislike surprise pregnancies in romances. haha! I agree about reading out of my comfort zone! Some of my favorite books so far are different genres that I normally don’t read!! I am also horrible with twitter. I just started utilizing it like two weeks ago. It’s so much work at times to manage all these social media accounts! haha

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    • Sara @ The Bibliophagist says:

      Twitter stresses me out so much so sometimes I just ignore it, but I’m trying to get better about using it. It really does take a lot more time than I thought it would!!

      I don’t think I would’ve come close to reading Nevernight before this year, but it’s one of my top books of the year! And surprise pregnancies in romance novels…. I roll my eyes every time. There are so many better places you can go with the plot.


      • Leslie says:

        Yeah, I agree. I’m more of a twitter stalker to things I’m watching. I love reading people’s comments to shows and movies. I’m trying to remember to use it for blogging.

        Yeah, same. I would have never really picked up Nevernight on my own!

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  4. bookishcoffeeblog says:

    Thank you so much for the tag! I love tags. I agree with you on those covers. They are absolutely gorgeous. I am looking forward to reading Darius the Great is not Okay. I also have the same goal of interacting more with other bloggers!

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  5. Carolina @fictionologyst says:

    OMG YASSS I thought I was the only one who didn’t like SoC LOL! I still need to read The Hating Game, everyone seems to be enjoying that book!!

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  6. booksteabee says:

    “I think Cassandra Clare’s The Mortal Instruments series turned into a total mess.” …I didn’t know that was an unpopular opinion, I agree with it wholeheartedly!! I guess I’ve been surrounding myself irl with people who have similar opinions on the matter. I still have a bit of a soft spot for it because I loved it so much when I was like 14 but it really started to fall apart after the third book (plus I enjoyed The Infernal Devices more!!) 🤷I know Cassandra Clare’s written a whole bunch more in that universe but I genuinely have no idea what, I gave up on it long ago

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