The Me in Characters Book Tag

At last, it’s back to bookblogging!

I’m done with the hiatus, so let’s kick things off with a long overdue book tag: Me in Characters. I thought this was a really cool idea back when I spotted this on Kristin Kraves Books, but since I was stuck in with book promo stuff, I’ve been saving it until now. Many thanks to Kristin for her post and to the original book tag creator, Emma @ Dreamers Library.  I suppose there’s no statute of limitations on book tags, so if you want to do it, here are the rules:

  1. Thank the creators of the tag
  2. Thank whoever tagged you!
  3. List 5 book characters who you are most like and explain why.
  4. Tag your friends!

Justice League Movie Book Tag

I’m back on the book tag wagon, thanks to a well-timed post on Book Princess Reviews and a little encouragement from Bionic Book Worm. This one coincides nicely with the release of the Justice League movie.

Many thanks to The Book Cover Girls for the original tag and graphics:

Justice League Movie Book Tag [Original]

If you want to know more about book tags, check out my post for the Fall Book Tag.

Fall Book Tag: 6 Books to Check Out for Autumn

As I wade deeper and deeper into the world of bookblogging, I’m learning all sorts of new and fun types of posts I can do. With many thanks to Kristin Kraves Books, I’ve just learned about book tags, and here is my first one!

What is a book tag? Well I may be wrong (but this is my post, so who cares?) but a book tag is a series of descriptions of books that’s shared by one bookblogger and they and other bookbloggers then try to find books that they think match each description. Each tag usually has an underlying theme and today’s tag, courtesy of Bionic Book Worm, comes just in time for fall, hence, Fall Book Tag!


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