books, tag

Rock My TBR Song and Book Tag

I was tagged by the amazing Icebreaker694! Smells Like Teen Spirit (Nirvana) - A Contemporary I Want to Read Shut Up and Dance (Walk To The Moon) - Most Anticipated Book You Have Centuries (Remix) (Fall Out Boys) - A Twist on a Classic or Fairy Tale Yoshimi Battles The Pink Robot (The Flaming Lips)… Continue reading Rock My TBR Song and Book Tag

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The Not All Books Tag

I was tagged by The Orangutan Librarian! Actual rules: just link back to me as the creator #NOTALL COVER CHANGES – A COVER CHANGE YOU LIKED #NOTALL ADAPTATIONS – AN ADAPTATION YOU LOVE MORE THAN THE BOOK #NOTALL TROPES – A TROPE YOU’LL NEVER TIRE OF SEEING I can get behind any trope if its… Continue reading The Not All Books Tag

books, Themed Book Recommendations

Themed Book Recommendations: Royalty in YA/NA

The Selection For thirty-five girls, the Selection is the chance of a lifetime. The opportunity to escape the life laid out for them since birth. To be swept up in a world of glittering gowns and priceless jewels. To live in a palace and compete for the heart of gorgeous Prince Maxon. But for America… Continue reading Themed Book Recommendations: Royalty in YA/NA

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Superlatives Tag

I was tagged by the ever lovely The Orangutan Librarian! #1 MOST LIKELY TO BE IN THE MOVIES: THE BOOK THAT WOULD MAKE THE BEST MOVIE #2 BIGGEST DRAMA QUEEN/KING: THE MOST (OVERLY) DRAMATIC BOOK OR CHARACTER #3 BEST DRESSED: THE BOOK WITH THE BEST COVER #4 MOST CREATIVE: THE BOOK WITH THE MOST UNIQUE PLOT,… Continue reading Superlatives Tag

Bookish Baking

Bookish Baking: Chihiro’s Anpan (Spirited Away)

Ingredients: 1 cup warm water (+ more water for the steamer) 1 tsp white vinegar 1 1/2 tsp active dry yeast 2 Tbsp vegetable  or canola oil 2 cups cake flour + 1 cup all-purpose flour 2 tsp baking powder (not baking soda) 3 Tbsp sugar (+ a extra for the yeast) Desired filling (such as): red bean paste… Continue reading Bookish Baking: Chihiro’s Anpan (Spirited Away)

books, Themed Book Recommendations

Themed Book Recommendations: Short Stories

The Ones Who Walk Away From Omelas Some inhabitants of a peaceful kingdom cannot tolerate the act of cruelty that underlies its happiness. The story "Omelas" was first published in New Dimensions 3, a hard-cover science fiction anthology edited by Robert Silverberg, in October 1973, and the following year it won Le Guin the prestigious… Continue reading Themed Book Recommendations: Short Stories

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The Norse Mythology Book Tag

Check out this tag over at Icebreaker694 and Melting Pots and Other Calamities! Rules: Link back to my original post on Kyera’s Library so I can see all your answers! (Be sure to do this via pingback, I don’t get notified if you just tag my URL) Thank the person(s) who tagged you… show the community some love! Obviously, come… Continue reading The Norse Mythology Book Tag

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Zombie Apocalypse Book Tag

I was tagged forever ago by the two lovely bloggers: Icebreaker694 and The Orangutan Librarian. I'm super behind on tags because I have basically ignored them since I started college two years ago...but let's move on from that little fact! THE RULES: Choose 5 books! Randomly set up your books in order. Flip to a random page… Continue reading Zombie Apocalypse Book Tag

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Blogging Firsts Tag

I was tagged by the amazing Katie @ Never Not Reading, who is one of my most frequent commenters and I appreciate her so much. Go check out her blog, its awesome! The tag and banner were created by Krisha. This blog is about five and a half years old now (I was 15 when I… Continue reading Blogging Firsts Tag

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Book Adaptation Review: The Babysitters Club

About The Book: The Baby-Sitters Club (also known as BSC) is a series of novels written by Ann M. Martin and published by Scholastic between 1986 and 2000. The Baby-Sitters Club is about a group of friends who live in the fictional, suburban town of Stoneybrook, Connecticut. These friends run a local babysitting service called… Continue reading Book Adaptation Review: The Babysitters Club