Confessions of a Book Hoarder… #BookTag #AmReading #BookBlogger


I saw this tag on Fiction Fan’s Book Reviews and, although I don’t really do many tags, this seemed like fun. Find an unread book in your TBR (physical or kindle) to match each letter of your blog name. A great way to bring attention back to possibly forgotten books needing some love.

If you fancy having a go, consider yourself tagged 😀

B                [The] Bookish Life of Nina Hill by Abbi Waxman

E                Elementary Murder by A.J.Wright

T                To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee

W              [The] Wolf Road by Beth Lewis

E                Eeny Meeny by M.J. Arlidge

E                Every Last Lie by Mary Kubica

N                No Mercy by John Burley

 

T                Those People by Louise Candlish

H                Her Last Move by John Marrs

E                [The] Endless Beach by Jenny Colgan

 

L               [The] Lake District Murder by John Bude

I                Innocent Man by John Grisham

N              [The] Night Tiger by Yangsze Choo

E               [The] Edge of Dark by Pamela Hartshorne

S               Scrublands by Chris Hammer

14 thoughts on “Confessions of a Book Hoarder… #BookTag #AmReading #BookBlogger

  1. You did it!! 😀 Haha – it’s frightening to remind yourself of all the great books lingering unread though, isn’t it? Is To Kill a Mockingbird a re-read or have you never read it? If not, you have a treat in store. The only other one I’ve read is The Night Tiger – also excellent. You should prioritise those two… 😉

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    • It’s frightening for sure! That’s why I never count my TBR! 😉 I haven’t ever read To Kill A Mockingbird…I don’t know why but I’m definitely going to…soon, I hope…along with all the others 😂

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