Welcome to a new tag: The Bibliophile’s Night Out Tag! I found this one almost three months ago over at ForBooksSake. Back then I didn’t have any time in my schedule for it, but now I do! Well, OK, my schedule is still very full, but not 2 weeks full. 😛 More like 4-6 days full.
So here I finally am to do this fun looking tag!
*Thank the person who tagged you and link back to their post
*Link to the creator’s blog (booksnest.co.uk) in your post
*Answer the questions below
*Tag 5 bloggers to take part
*ENJOY THE TAG!
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Pre-drinks – A prequel/novella you’ve read
This one is one of my most recent ones and one I quite enjoyed!
The taxi to town – A book about travel
Haha, it is a good thing I recently added a Time To Travel tag on my Goodreads and also started tagging on my blog. Bit late so not everything is there yet, but I can at least scroll through my recent reads! Here we go! In this one Hazel and Daisy travel through Egypt. One of my favourite countries, one I would love to visit, so I had lots of fun travelling along with the girls (and solving murder).
Trying to find a table – A book you didn’t like to start with, but then ended up loving
Phew, that is a hard one. I am quite easy with DNF-ing a book these days, while I do have books I rate low, that is generally because something still attracts me to the book or there is something that just hooks me. However if a book really isn’t to my flavour from the start? I will just stop reading. shrugs
First round of drinks – A first book in a series
Since I want to keep this post for English books, I hope this counts. It is the first in a Women of Horror Anthology. If not, then I guess I will also list this manga series I started. I just haven’t read anything else in English that is the start of a brand-new series.
The dance floor – A book that makes you want to jump up and down with excitement
I will have to go with this one! I recently read this one and I am still bouncing around because of how AMAZING and FUN it was. Chloe and Drew were wonderful characters, there is family and food, culture, and so much more.
The toilets – A book you wouldn’t touch with a barge pole
OH MAN, I got quite some books I wouldn’t touch with a barge pole. A lot of them are books I read the first book of and didn’t like it so won’t read the rest of the series, or where I just know the writer isn’t my kind of writer.
The first to bail – The last book you DNF’d
Phew, I don’t always keep track of that as there is plenty I try and don’t read any further. But let’s check my Goodreads DNF shelf to see what the last book was that I read quite a chunk from and didn’t like. AH this one points to the cover. That one was boring. It just seemed to go nowhere. The daytime parts made me snooze. I DNF-ed it at 42%.
The journey home – A book you can’t really remember the plot of anymore
I don’t think there is one. The plots can be moved a bit further in my brain but I generally find them back when I see the book or read the first pages. It makes re-reading difficult, but I also love it.
The morning after – A comfort read
Well, as I said re-reading isn’t easy, and with a comfort read I expect you mean something you keep coming back to as it brings comfort. I don’t really have that. But I will pick a book that made me feel happy and fluffy. This series is just one big fluffy comfort for me. It is about camping, food, friendship.
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And there we have it people! My answers to this delightful tag! I had tons and tons of fun doing this one. Definitely distracted me from my knee that is still hurting. Since I am not sure who did this tag and who would like to do it, I will just say that if you haven’t done this one, I would love to see you do this one! I always love reading tags and people’s answers to questions.
Thanks for reading!