The Cake-Flavored Book Tag (+ small update)

Hello everyone! How are you? The last time I posted something on my blog was exactly a week ago, but it feels like months to me… Since that post, I have finished classes, my exams, and am now ready for the summer!

I am planning on keeping with my three-times-a-week posting schedule. I even opened a spread on my daily planner with posts to write (Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays) and schedule them. I am hoping for a busy summer doing what I love the most before school starts again in September. Anywhoooo — I decided to do this tag today. It went around on bookstagram last summer and I saw Cait @ Paper Fury put it together and tweak it. Nicki @ The Secret Library also did the tag and you should totally check it out! So that’s the post today, folks!

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💻🌻 Posts I loved in May 🌻💻

May went by so fast and I’m happy to say that I read a lot of posts I loved. I love doing these link roundups, so today I’m back with another one. I wanted to share with you guys some of the blog posts I read and loved and maybe recommend a few bloggers you don’t already know.

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Without further ado, here is my list!

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Emotions in Colors Book Tag

Hello, my bookish friends! How are you all? This week I’m scheduling all these posts because the final frenzy is about to hit full force. I can’t believe I’m almost done with the first year of my university career — and to be honest, finally! I only have three more weeks of school and then two weeks of exams. After that, I’ll make myself work my ass off during the summer and read my weight in books.

Today I decided to bring you guys this book tag! It created by the blogging queen (aka Cait @ Paper Fury) and I’m excited to do it!

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The Meme Book Tag

Now, here’s a post I never thought I’d write! Who would have thought that memes and books can go hand in hand, in a sense?! This is what I love about the book-blogging community, there are so many talented and imaginative people here!

The Meme Book Tag was created by two booktubers: Dylan @ dylanthereader5, and Saajid @ Books Are My Social Life and you should totally go and watch some of their videos. This tag they made is perfect for meme addicts like me, which is why I’m so excited to have a go at it.

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My name in TBR books

It is a truth universally acknowledged that all bookworms have a larger-than-life TBR pile. I am not the exception. Whether it is my digital TBR or my physical TBR, I seem to not be able to make a dent in it before adding new books to it. I feel like Harry and Hermione did when they entered Bellatrix’s vault and touched an item and them poof they started multiplying. That’s what I feel like when I finish a book and peruse my favorite blogs and find even more books I want to read. It’s the Gemino curse…

So today I decided to go through my digital TBR pile and spell out my name with the titles of those books. I saw a few bloggers do it this month so I decided to join in on the fun. Because my name is so short, I’ll also spell my blog’s name. Wish me luck!

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The Unique Blogger Award: Tag!

I was thinking of what I should write next, when Hannah (the lovely blogger over at I Have Thoughts on Books — which you should totally check out) tagged me to do this post. Now we all know I love all sorts of tags and because I haven’t really done one about myself in a loooong time, I decided thiwas the time.

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I couldn’t find the original creator of this tag, but if you know who it was, please tell me in the comments below.


  • Share the link of the blogger who has shown love to you by nominating you;
  • Answer the questions;
  • In the spirit of sharing love and solidarity with our blogging family, nominate 8-13 people for the same award;
  • Ask them 3 questions.

Without further ado, let’s get into The Unique Blogger Award Tag!

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