End of the Year Book Tag! 2019

End of the Year Book Tag! 2019

Hi all,

Guruguru, GIF, Red-hair, staff, book

I am back with a new Book Tag! One that I have seen floating around a lot of blogs the past few days and with each one my interest grew until yesterday when I read the latest addition of this tag on someone’s blog. I wanted to do it too!

I have no clue where this one originated from though, again, seen many blogs with it, and I can remember one with the original, but I don’t know which blog that was. 😛 So if you know? Tell me and I will add it.

Let’s get started~

1. Are there any books you started this year you need to finish?

Nope. I generally finish books quite soon after I started them. Unless I DNF-ed but then I am also not getting back to them. 😛

2. Do you have an autumnal book to transition to the end of the year?

No. I don’t have a book like that. However, during transition from summer > fall I read more books that are spooky. Fitting for the darker days of the year. And I also tend to read more fluffy books as the months go on into winter.

3. Is there a new release you’re still waiting for?

Oh yes! And not even one, but quite a few. I made a Top 4 of books I REALLY want to have/read.

Van lichtekooi en zwiepkanarie, Bird, Man, Blue, Girl, Cage, Sylvia Witteman, Stella BergsmaNevertell, Katharine Orton, White, Blue, Night Sky, Moon, Wolves, Castle, Two silhouettes, Clouds, Moon, Fish, Children's BookGood Girls Lie, Tie, Blouse, Blonde Hair, Girl, Cover, J.T. Ellison

Eight Will Fall, Face, Torches, Scenery, Dark, Blue, Sarah Harian,

4. What are three books you want to read before the end of the year?
Half-naked guy, Fully-dressed girl, Snow, Frigid, Jennifer L. Armentrout, RomanceCrooked Kingdom, Raven, Gold/Black Cover, Magic, Grisha, Leigh Bardugo

5. Is there a book that you think could still shock you and become your FAVORITE?

Haha, I am sure there will be plenty of books to shock me and become a favourite of mine! There is still one and a half month to go before the end of the year and I read plenty of books. I am looking forward to finding more favourites.
6. Have you already made reading plans for 2020?

Nope. I generally don’t really make reading plans, unless things like these count: Read all the books no matter what they are about or how short/long they are. Don’t care about anyone who says your reading is not valid because you read picture books and short children’s books.


Oh my, this was such a fun tag to do! I hope everyone enjoyed my answers, and oh yes, consider yourself tagged if you want to do this one. tags her readers one by one

2 thoughts on “End of the Year Book Tag! 2019

  1. June and October/November are always the best book months for me. I love summer and Christmas reads, pure bliss!
    Good luck choosing your favourite book of 2019

    1. That sounds like pure bliss indeed, always something to look forward to. Do you also save/collect books for Christmas/Summer so you can read them in the respective months? Like I kinda of do for Halloween/October. Thank you! It won’t be easy, read so many fantastic books this year already.

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