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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Rita’s Alphabeticals! (B)

Once again I’m doing this tag — and one that you guys seemed to like! This concept was originally created by Alex over at the paperback piano and you can check out her original post for the letter B here.

In case you don’t know what the “Alphabeticals” posts I write are, they’re lists I compile of my favorite authors, books, and characters that start with a given letter. It’s an amazing way to bring to the spotlight some people or works you might not have heard about!

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If you haven’t read my post for the letter A you totally should! You can read it here. Today I thought I’d do the follow-up post because I had so much fun with the letter A, so here are my picks for the letter B!

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Rita’s Alphabeticals! (A)

The other day I was perusing the blogs I am subscribed to and came across a post so original I knew I had to do something similar. It was titled “Alex’s Alphabetical!” and was created by the lovely Alex over at the paperback piano. You should totally check out her blog. She creates amazing content, writes excellent reviews, and takes stunning photos of books!

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The concept is pretty straightforward. You are supposed to pick your favorite book, author, and character for each letter of the alphabet. Since this is my first post doing the Alphabetical, here are my picks for the letter “A”.

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Forgettable (but enjoyable!) Books — Top Ten Tuesday

This week’s Top Ten Tuesday is about books we’ve read and liked, but cannot remember anything about. As always, this is a weekly tag created by the bloggers from The Broke and the Bookish and is now hosted by Jana at That Artsy Reader Girl.

At first I thought this was a strange prompt, after all, how can you forget a book if you’ve liked it?!? But then I started thinking and scrolling through my Goodreads “read” shelf and boy oh boy!

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As it turns out, compulsive readers’ minds work in very funny ways. There are so many great books out there that we tend to pick one up right after we’ve put down another. And sometimes we stay up late when we’re already tired and in a I’m-here-but-I’m-not-actually-here state that we might as well just be reading the same page over and over again. And if it wasn’t enough, people sometimes distract us from our readings which makes us lose track of what’s happening! The audacity…

Keep on reading to see what books I liked when I read them but can’t remember much (or anything) about now.

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Bookish Resolutions — Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme created by the ladies who blog at The Broke and the Bookish  and is now hosted by Jana at That Artsy Reader Girl.

This week’s theme is “Bookish Resolutions and Goals,” which is perfect for what I have been meaning to share with you, readers of my posts!

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As you may know, I’m a very ambitious person when it comes to reading. Every year I write down my bookish resolutions and do my best to complete all of them—although sometimes this doesn’t work and I end up dropping my goals halfway into the year. This year, however, I will do my best to do some changes—to stick to my resolutions, and to branch out those resolutions.

Without further ado, here are my ten bookish resolutions for the New Year (well, not that new anymore…)

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Books Without Romance (T5W)

This week’s topic is a hard one. We’re supposed to come up with a list of five books that don’t have any romance in it, or at least the romance must be barely noticeable.

Being a sucker for love and relationships, it was kind of hard gathering five books that didn’t have any of that sweet, cute and adorable action, but I was able to find enough books for this list!

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As always, Top Five Wednesday is a weekly tag hosted by Sam — who has a booktube channel — and anyone can join whenever they feel like it!

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