My Favourite 2019 Blogging Moments [TAG]

My Favourite 2019 Blogging Moments [TAG]

I was tagged by Rameela @ Star is All Booked Up. Thank you so much for tagging me!


  1. All the answers must be about your blog posts
  2. Please link the original creator of the tag so they can see all your posts!
  3. You don’t have to provide just one post for each question, you can provide as many as you want so long as they were written in 2019
  4. If you haven’t written a post that matches one of the questions, choose one that relates to it as close as possible
  5. Tag 5+ bloggers to they can share their accomplishments too! And make sure you read the posts they share!

Oh, this one is a no brainer. Definitely Jade War by Fonda Lee. I discovered The Greenbone Saga through Shealea @ Shut up, Shealea and I am forever grateful for her recommendation. She was actually hosting the blog tour for Jade War and I had applied for it before I had read the first book in the series. (Jade City) In my defence, I wasn’t actually expecting to be accepted into the tour but man, am I glad she let me join and I actually really loved Jade City/War. I’ve linked the review already, but you can also click the book covers to see any mentioned posts.

source: Nintendo

I’m not big on doing discussion posts. Mainly because I don’t think I have much to contribute and I feel like everything I say is just regurgitating things people before me have said more eloquently. But I did really loved this post I wrote back in April about My Favourite Things About Breath Of The Wild. If you don’t know BOTW (first of all, get to know), it’s the newest instalment of the Zelda franchise and it’s one of my favourite games ever. I spoke a lot about my experience with video games and how rarely I got the opportunity to play the big names growing up. And then I listen some of my favourite parts of the game. It’s a pretty chill post but I love it a lot.

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The Great British Bake Off Book Tag!


Everyone is probably most likely well aware of the British programme Great British Bake Off. If you’re not, The Great British Bake Off, often referred to as Bake Off or GBBO, is a television baking competition which selects from amongst its contestants the best amateur baker. And it’s one of the best things that have graced our screen here in the UK. This is my first attempt at a book tag. During my initial search, I hadn’t found a GBBO book tag and, therefore, created this one. But with a little more digging (well for me, clicking google page 2) I found out that ReadingWithJack on YouTube had already made one. I considered not to post my one but then I saw his and realised his ones are actually really different to mine. (And I didn’t want to let the graphics go to waste….)


  • Link back to my blog is appreciated but optional. Feel free to use my graphics. TBH it is horrendous so I wouldn’t expect anyone to use them
  • Tag people, don’t tag people, whatever. Just have fun.
  • Ready, get set, Bake! (or tag)

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PokemonGo Book Tag


I have to be honest with you all… I haven’t played PokemonGO yet. I’m a poor eighteen student who is on a pay-as-you-go phone which means not enough data to play. I’ve played it through my friends, brothers and cousins phone a couple of times.Thank you so much to

Thank you so much to Joey for tagging me!


I was a HUGE fan of vampires when I was in my early teens. (who wasn’t tbh?) So the Darren Shan Saga and Morganville Vampires were the two series that kicked off my love for reading.

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The Diverse Books Tag

The Diverse Books Tag

Thank you to cinderzena for tagging me! I love the idea of this tag so much and it really helped me find more diverse books to read. The books in this tag have either already been read or are on my TBR 🙂

A book starring a lesbian character.


Seventeen-year-old Sahar has been in love with her best friend, Nasrin, since they were six. They’ve shared stolen kisses and romantic promises. But Iran is a dangerous place for two girls in love—Sahar and Nasrin could be beaten, imprisoned, even executed if their relationship came to light.

A book with a Muslim protagonist.


Zarqa Nawaz has always straddled two cultures. She’s just as likely to be agonizing over which sparkly earrings will “pimp out” her hijab as to be flirting with the Walmart meat manager in a futile attempt to secure halal chicken the day before Eid. Little Mosque on the Prairie brought Zarqa’s own laugh-out-loud take on her everyday culture clash to viewers around the world.

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This or That – Book Tag

This or That – Book Tag

I was tagged by Joey @ Thoughts and Afterthoughts. Thank you for tagging me!

One: Reading on the couch or on the bed?

Bed. My house is too busy for the sofa. I always read something before I go to sleep. I shouldn’t because if I like the story too much I wouldn’t go to sleep until I finish it. (Damn you, Captive Prince for messing up my sleep schedule…)

Two: Male main character or female main character?

I don’t care. Just make them well developed with an interesting plot and I’m good

Three: Sweet snacks or salty snacks when reading?

I don’t eat while reading. But maybe tangy sweets?

Four: Trilogies or quartets?

Depends. Actually, I don’t mind. But there seems to be a bigger surge of books as trilogies despite some of them don’t really needing them?

Five: First person point of view or third person point of view?

I’m a bigger fan of third person. But it depends on the story.

Six: Reading at night or in the morning?

I plan my day so that I usually leave myself an hour or so at night before I sleep to read. (As mentioned in Q1, I should stop doing that)

Seven: Libraries or bookstores?

Libraries. I’m broke AF.

Eight: Books that make you laugh or make you cry?

Not many books have made me cry so books that will make me laugh.

Nine: Black book covers or white book covers?

Both, with a leaning towards black, but I like simple minimalistic cover.

Ten: Character driven or plot driven stories?

DEPENDS. But I think I’m more towards plot driven stories.

I tag: (Apologies, if you’ve already been tagged/ completed this, if so, you can ignore this lmao. Also, don’t feel like you have to do this if you don’t want to)

Friends Book Tag

Friends Book Tag

I was tagged by Joey @ Thoughts and Afterthoughts. Thank you for tagging me!

The One Where Eddie Won’t Go – a character I wish would just go away:

Seth Gordon from The Foxhole Court. He was just an ill-tempered idiot and I hated him. (tbh I disliked anyone who was horrible to Nicky and, technically, he did go away in the end but the reason why was actually really sad)

The One Where Ross and Rachel Take A Break – favorite break up scene:

Maia and Jordan from The Mortal Instrument – lmao I don’t even remember if they break up or not but they were pretty crappy because Jordan was an abusive pile of crap who will always be, in my eyes, the boy who attacked Maia, not someone who truly loved her. I’m not a fan of Cassandra Clare,but killing off Jordan was one of the best things she’s ever done.

The One With All The Kissing – a book with lots of kissing:

This just made me realise how little kissing there are in the books I’ve read. I think I’ll have to choose Carry On. But that doesn’t even have much kissing.

The Last One – favourite series finale:

The King’s Men, the final book in the All For The Game series. Even though so much was left unanswered in the series like Aaron’s trial, I just really liked the fact Neil Josten was finally getting the happy ending that he deserved.

The One With a Blackout – a scene I’d like to forget:

The amount of AUs I’ve read where Fred Weasley doesn’t die is unreal…..

The One Where Chandler Can’t Cry – a book that did not make you as emotional as others:

After You, the sequel to Me Before You. I loooved MBY but I just didn’t feel like After You was a worthy sequel and as heart breaking as the first was.

The One Where Joey Doesn’t Share Food  a book you won’t ever lend:

Umm, all my books are on my Amazon Fire and I need it every day for college work and reading so I don’t think I would lend it. I don’t have many physical copies as I used to but I don’t mind lending.

The One With the Thumb – a recent read that you would give two thumbs up to:

The Foxhole Court (mainly it’s third book, The King’s Men)

The One With the Ick Factor – a book with a pet peeve:

Rather than choosing a book, I think I’ll pick Insta-love as it’s a trend many authors tend to use. I don’t think I have the time to launch into on how I hate this trend so I’ll spare you all the 5,000 word essay.

The One With The Lesbian Wedding – favorite LGBTQ book couple:

I’m not nominating this time because I’m writing this at like two in the morning and I don’t think I can keep my eyes open long enough to nominate a couple but if you would like to please link back in the comments so I can read your answers!