Introducing the #FFFeb book tag! I figured, since it’s the end of the month and all, it would be interesting to ask a few questions and see how people got on so. Here we are.
The questions can be found below (first up), followed by my own answers. And if you see this, and did F/F Feb, feel free to join in!
I was tagged in this ages back by Mahana @ sapphiclibrary and then I promptly forgot about it (oops). But now, here I am, trying to get better about book blogging, so step one is actually fulfilling this tag, where I answer the questions provided to me and then give 10 of my own.
So anyway. Let’s go!
I was tagged by Ngọc @ Read with Ngọc to do this book tag. And I’ve been procrastinating all day, so I thought, why not procrastinate a little further and do it right now. So, because I have zero impulse control, that’s exactly what I’ve done!
Shri @sunandchai tagged me in this a while back. And I read the questions, and was completely stumped for how I’d answer. To be honest, I’m still completely stumped now, but as I have to get this done so I can actually have something scheduled for while I’m away and can’t post (hello from Cornwall!), I figured I should get it done.
I was tagged by Lori @ lorisbookshelfreads to do this tag that I don’t quite know what it’s about but I assume just. Answering questions with the theme of spring cleaning? (Not that I ever do spring cleaning, it’s only ever more like procrastination cleaning.)
But anyway. Let’s go!
(Okay, I’ve never done one of these before so this is gonna be interesting.)
I was tagged by Laura @ thebookcorps to do this tag of books that I want to read but don’t actually want to bother reading. Which is gonna be fun because I have near 750 books on my TBR. How many of those do I want to admit to not being bothered to read…..
I only got round to this now because of course, it being the end of term, my work load is increasing. Makes sense.