First, I would like to say thank you to Dani @ Perspective of a Writer for tagging me to complete this awesome tag! And secondly, I’d like to thank the creators of this tag Mandy and Zuky (links to their blogs in the rules below)!
Thank you so much for Beware the Reader for tagging me to complete this tag, and also thank you to Krysti @ YAandWine for launching this awesome and fun tag! I also really like the quote which Beware the Reader took from Krysti’s original post:
“It is so important for everyone to see examples of strong women in books, television, and movies.
There are so many ways in which women exhibit strength, so this tag is meant to be a celebration of some those strengths.”
This lovely tag was created by Savannah over at The Book Prophet, and she has honoured me by tagging me to complete it! Like many people out there, I have seen a hand-full of Gilmore Girls episodes, but probably never in order, and always at random while visiting friends’ houses. You see, my parents don’t believe in cable, and we haven’t had cable since I was about 7 or 8, haha. Luckily though, now there’s Netflix, and every single Gilmore Girls episode is available on there! Because of this tag, I started watching Gilmore Girls last week, and love it so far, but because I’m only a few episodes in, will likely not understand many of the things mentioned in this tag. But anyway, here goes!
Thank you so much Christina for tagging me to do The Autumn Reading Tag! She tagged me to complete this tag on October 4th, but I haven’t had the time or energy to complete it until now. It’s been on my mind though, and I’ve really been looking forward to completing it! And so, I’ll get right into it!
I’ve been wanting to do this tag for some time now, but I was either busy with other tags or events, or he timing just wasn’t right for it. Now, that the weather is starting to cool, I’ve started thinking more and more about hot drinkies. I mean, who doesn’t like hot drinkies when it’s cold out?! They’re definitely a special treat. Especially coffee. So, I hope that you’ll enjoy reading this post as much as I had time creating it! Ps. I’ve seen this post on a number of blogs, but have decided to based it off the blog where I saw it first: www.littlesparrowbooks.com
I was tagged by Pore Over the Pages to do the Stranger Things Book Tag! I finished the series maybe 1 or 2 weeks ago (I can’t keep track of time too well, haha). But anyway, it was an amazing show, and I can’t wait for the next season! This book tag was created by A Running Commentary, and it should be quite fun! So, here goes…
I’ve been wanting to complete this tag ever since the amazing Aentee posted her awesome idea 2 days ago! She decided to create a book tag which would combine our love for books and our love for Pokemon and Pokemon GO! It’s genius.
Disclaimer: Like Aentee, I sadly do not own Pokemon or Pokemon GO, so please don’t sue meeee.
Rules: Link back to Aentee’s post, and linking back to mine is optional. If you participate, you can tag people or just play on your own. Up to you!
And here we go!!!