Categorie: Booktags

Bookending Winter: Organizing Christmas Challenge

Posted december 4, 2019 by Laurie in Booktags, English, events / 5 Comments

Time flies when you’re having fun, today is already my last day as your Bookending Winter host. My last prompt is probably my hardest one, even for myself.

Uh oh, Christmas is just around the corner. Life happened and therefore you totally forgot to prepare yourself for the holiday. Answer the following questions and choose which character from books/movies/TV shows would help you to fulfill this task and help you prepare for Christmas.

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The Friday Five: authors who should form a writers duo

Posted november 8, 2019 by Laurie in Booktags, English, The Friday Five / 5 Comments

The Friday Five is a weekly meme hosted by Joost @ Nerdygeekyfanboy in which several Dutch bloggers make top 5 lists according to a certain topic. I haven’t participated in a while because the topics were not that appealing to me, but this week’s topic, suggested by Joany @ Craving Pages, sounded really interesting. We all know Erin Watt, Nicci French and Chrristina Lauren, all examples of author duo’s. Which authors do I think should form a duo, Project-based or forever?

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(EN) Bookending Autumn: Pumpkin Carver Challenge

Posted oktober 29, 2019 by Laurie in Boekenpraat, Booktags, Booktalk, English, events / 4 Comments

Just 2 days till Halloween, which means that there are just 2 days of Bookending Autumn left! Today i’m doing a prompt created by Sam, one of the organizers of the quarterly Bookend events. I have to admit that I’m not familiar with horror creatures at all, so I don’t know who Jack O’Lantern is, but spelling out his name in books seems like a nice challenge. I will use my “read” shelf on Goodreads to fulllfill this challenge, so let’s see what I could find!

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WWW-Wednesday #31 | 23 oktober 2019

Posted oktober 23, 2019 by Laurie in Boekenpraat, Booktags / 0 Comments

WWW-Wednesday is a meme I’ve seen on a lot of blogs, so I have no idea who came up with it first. The purpose of this meme is pretty simple: tell us what you have read last week, what you are currently reading and what you will be reading next. You do so by answering the following questions:

  • What have you read last week?
  • What are you currently reading?
  • What will you be reading next?

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