Day and Night Book Tag

Hey dear reader! How are we doing today? Do you feel that “Friday feeling”? I know I do!

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I know it’s been a while (4 days to be exact!) since I’ve been on here and I have to say I missed you guys! But I do have a good reason for being absent these past few days. My lovely puppy (can’t believe she’s 6 months old already!), also known as Millie, was neutered on Wednesday and she’s been feeling a bit down ever since.


Millie, AKA my scruffy little westie ♥ 

Ok, so she has been acting like a full-on clinically depressed dog! But she’s my baby and she can feel however she wants to… And I’m sure the “cone of shame” doesn’t help her self-esteem either.

So I’ve been nursing her day and night for the past few days, which means I’ve had no energy to blog lately. But now I’ve been energized by that Friday feeling and now here I am doing this great post I saw on ThriceRead a few days ago.

PS: If you don’t follow ThriceRead yet then you’re missing out big time! Those three girls are brilliant!

Anywho, let’s do this…


Do you read more in the morning or at night?

I definitely read more at night. However I’m trying to change that, so now I take my “currently reading” book everywhere I go, just in case I get some free time during the day.


Are there any books that changed the way you thought about things?

I’d say both the Diary of Anne Frank and The Book Thief have made me think and appreciate my life a lot more. Mainly because they deal with such a tough and shameful chapter of human history, but at the same time they inspire a quiet sort of hope.


YA or not?

Yes, yes, and yes! 😀



Are there any characters you honestly believe to be real?

Erm… do non-fiction book characters count?


Nobody borrows my books or I don’t mind lending them out?

I don’t really mind lending books… as long as they bring my babies back “safe and sound”.


Do you ever smell your books?

I’m probably the only book-lover on the planet who doesn’t smell books. Haha! I just think they smell a bit dusty (My apologies to book-smelling people all around the world).


Not everyone likes books, is this a positive or a negative?

This might sound a bit controversial but I think this is actually a positive. We are all unique. We have different interests, traits and skills. And that should be encouraged and celebrated. I think people should pursue their individual interests and just enjoy them. I mean, you wouldn’t stop being friends with someone just because they don’t like the same things you do, would you?


I keep my books in the best condition or maybe not? Which are you?

I definitely try to keep them looking good, but because I buy a lot of “pre-loved” books they’re not always in great condition.


Gosh I have too many books! True or False?

So true! But there’s no such thing as too many books, is there?

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Have you ever spilled or stained your books before with something, and if so how?

No, not that I can remember… I think I’d be so guilty if I spilled something on a book that it would be forever ingrained in my mind.


Toned or untoned while reading? . . or in other words. . .Do you read and workout at the same time?

Say what??? Do people read while exercising? Is this a thing now?


I tag EVERYONE to do this tag!

Let’s chat in the comment section 🙂

Happy reading!



10 thoughts on “Day and Night Book Tag

  1. theorangutanlibrarian says:

    Aww I hope your puppy feels better soon (have to say that photo is adorable!!) Oh yes I know what you mean about Anne Frank and Book Thief- they are actually really inspiring hopeful works, in spite of everything. And I actually agree with you that’s a positive thing- it would be boring if we were all the same! And I know what you mean about preloved books. haha I don’t think I could read and workout at the same time- that’s what tv’s for!

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  2. Zezee says:

    Lol yea, lots of peeps read while working out. I used to work at a gym and saw many peeps do that. I wondered how they managed to run while reading a physical book. Don’t they lose their place?
    And I agree that it’s a positive thing that not everyone likes to read. I try to explain this to my family, because they were hard on my cousins who don’t read much, but they didn’t agree.

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