Senior Year Book Tag (Original)

As you probably know, I start my senior year of high school now in August!
And that means several things.
First, it means I have one more year before going to college.
Second, I will be spending the next three to four months in a haze of stress filling out college and scholarship applications.
Third, I will not only have less time to post, but be so monumentally terrified of posting because WHAT IF I SAY SOMETHING STUPID AND COLLEGES DECIDE THEY DON’T WANT ME. Because of this, I feel I must clarify that the above gif is a joke. I complain about school like every other teenager ever, but I quite like most classes and I like learning – please let me go to college.
Okay, back to the blog post.
In honor of this, I have made a “Senior Year Book Tag” to celebrate.


– Link back to the creator (RiverMoose-Reads)
-Answer the questions
-Tag 5+ people, preferably seniors.

Almost Done – A series ending this year (or next)

The Queen Of Air And Darkness by Cassandra Clare comes out next May, the last of The Dark Artifices Trilogy. It comes out the month I graduate so that seems fitting!

Senioritis – A book that focuses on mental health


Grades – A character who’d have a similar class schedule / grades as you.

Definitely Annabeth Chase – we’re both overachieving who take AP classes and MUST get those straight A’s.

Graduation – A character that has come a long way through a book or series

Both Ollie and Mortiz learn and grow throughout this duology.

Cap and Grown – A character whose outfits you want

My style could probably be described as most akin to Cath from Fangirl – her wardrobe is probably full of nerdy stuff and I’d gladly take it.

College – A new adult read


I Tag:

All incoming seniors who read this.

RiverMoose’s ARC TBR Takedown Read-A-Thon – Sign-Ups

Original Read-A-Thon

RiverMoose’s ARC TBR Takedown Read-A-Thon

Sign-Ups –
May 14th – end of Read-A-Thon (July 31st) 2017

June 1st – July 31st

Read as many arc/review copies off your TBR as you can.

I’m starting this Read-A-Thon because I have an avalanche of arcs to get through (I have an over requesting on Netgalley problem) and I think it’ll motivate me.

I also really love participating in Read-A-Thons, its fun to motivate each other, but most Read-A-Thons are inconveniently timed for me – so I thought by making my own, it would fit my problem and my timing. I figured i’m not the only when, so I’m making a real Read-A-Thon.

What do you think?
Please join me!

All information below!

Leave me a comment down below with a link to your blog if you want to join me!


-Each book that counts must be an arc or review copy sent to you by an author, publisher, bookstore or review site like Netgalley.

-Can be ebook or physical or audiobook.

-Any genre.

-Must be reviewed within the Read-A-Thon time frame (or, confirm review written and scheduled for release day).

-Everyone welcome to join.

-Non-review copy/arc reads will only count if you are COMPLETELY caught up on your arc/review copy TBR AND they are backlogged books (out a year +) (Also applies for those who want to participate but don’t have any ARCs).

-Leave a comment on this post to sign up – will edit with masterlist.

-NO REQUESTING NEW ARCS DURING THE READ-A-THON,  IT DEFEATS THE PURPOSE. I mean, if its one you’re dying for I guess I can’t stop you but seriously.


Bronze – Less than 10 books

Silver – 10-25 books

Gold – 25-50 books

Platinum – 50+ books


Bronze – Shoutout on my blog. 

Silver – Shoutout on my blog.

Gold – Interview post with all gold bloggers together.

Platinum – Solo interviews / blogger spotlight post.

(Don’t have money for better prizes sorry…)

(Will make participant and winner/prize badges to display on blog)



  • Take a bookstagram worthy photo with/of each completed read
  • Participate In Weekly Topics
  • Weekly wrap-ups and/or review link-ups

Blogging – Weekly Topics

(Optional little challenge – like a short running weekly meme to participate in during the Read-A-Thon)

(Dates are for WEEK OF – can be posted any time during that week for convince/differing blogging schedules sake)

Posts can be combined with weekly wrap-up if preferred.

– June 1st: What ARCs do you currently have? + Top Ten Most Anctipated To Read Arcs

-June 8th: What do you do when you have to DNF or negatively review an arc?

-June 15th : Most disappointing Denials

-June 22nd: Lets Talk Netgalley

-June 29th : When/Why Do You Request Arcs

-July 6th : Explain You Review System/ Review Policy

-July 13th : Bad Reading Habits. Overrequesting, multiple books, etc.

-July 20th : Thoughts on Blog Tours

-July 27th: Advice for newbie book bloggers

-July 31st : Wrap up! How’d you do? Masterlist of reviews done and what arcs do you have left? Should we do this again next year?


Masterlist of Participants:

Sam @ RiverMoose-Reads

Hannah @ Quadruple Booked

Book Princess Reviews

Kristi @ The Hidden Staircase

Erika @ The Book’s The Thing

Sam @samslittlecorner


Leave me a comment down below with a link to your blog if you want to join me!

If you don’t have a blog, link me your twitter or something.

Panic! At The Disco Book Tag (Original)

Today, April 15th, I’m going to the Panic! concert here in south Florida with a group of friends, and I couldn’t find a Panic! tag that wasn’t dead and done. So I made one!


1 – Tag the creator (RiverMoose-Reads)
2-Answer the questions
3 – Name your favorite song from each album.
4 – Tag 5+ people!
5 – Have fun!

I have a lot of favorites – so I’m picking underrated favorites. – For the songs.

A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out –

A book you can’t help but love

There’s A Good Reason These Tables Are Numbered Honey (You Just Haven’t Figured It Out Yet) –
I can’t help it, I still like it.

Pretty. Odd. –

A book that confused you (in a good or bad way)

Still not sure about what ultimately we were meant to conclude in the end.

Vices & Virtues –

A book you have conflicting feelings over

Still don’t know how I feel about this book.

Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die –

A long title you love

One of my favorite titles and one of my favorite books.

Death of a Bachelor –

A great book wth a terrible movie

Don’t Threaten Me With A Good Time –
This movie was somehow worse than the first, and I did’t think it was possible to do that.

I Tag: