The Bookworm’s Tag: #BookTagTuesday

Good morning Peoples! Well, this tag was something nice to wake up to and find on my blog. Millay’s Musings tagged me. Thanks so much Millay! 😊 You can take a look at Millay’s blog. I highly recommend you do just that! Just hop on your bike and pedal on over to meet Millay. She has a very fun blog!

The Bookworm’s Tag: #BookTagTuesday – Millay’s Musings (

Oh those rules ~

~ Thank and link to the blogger who nominated you.

~ Include the tag graphic in your post.

~ Answer the ten questions the blogger asked.

~ Nominate between five and ten bloggers.

~ Ask your nominees ten book-related questions!

~ Don’t feel bound to these rules.

~ (Most importantly) Have fun!

Here we goooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!🏍

What is your favorite childhood book?

There were so many. I had a teacher in elementary who read books out loud to the class every Friday. I loved every story. I especially remember a story about a horse and a boy who were friends. I also loved the story of Helen Keller and Pocahantas.

Where do you find the most comfortable to read?

Away from home, I love reading at the bakery. It’s warm in the winter and cool in the summer. Some days it’s quiet and I can read for hours and not be disturbed. Other days, it’s busy and someone will visit with me for awhile. Occasionally, someone will stop by and ask me what I’m reading. When I’m at home, I have a comfy spot on the sofa where I snuggle up and read.

Book or ebook?


Which author do you believe to be the most poetic in his or her books?

I’ve always felt JRR Tolkien had a poetic quality to his writings.

What was the grittiest and raw book you’ve read?

I honestly don’t know. Mmmm???

What is a turn-off in a book for you?

Triangles! Oh my word! I don’t like triangles. I don’t like profanity either. 😕

What makes you DNF a book?

Excessive profanity, adult content, woo woo stuff.

If there were one fandom that you were able to live in for the rest of your life, which would it be?


What is the best line you’ve read in a book?

I don’t know. I’m not very good at remembering or writing down quotes or lines.

What book has the worst ending that you’ve read so far?

The Hunchback of Notre Dame by Victor Hugo.







QUESTIONS ~ Whew. This could take awhile.

1.) Have you ever read a book that kept you awake at night with a light on? What was the title of the book?

2.) Have you read a book that made you jump and toss the book in the air? What was the title of the book?

3.) How many bookmarks do you own?

4.) Do you have a little free library in your area? Did you ever get a book from said library, read it and enjoy it thoroughly?

5.) What was the name of the last book you read, that excited you so much, you still talk about it?

6.) Did an antagonist ever cause you to rant and rave? Who?

7.) Has there been a character who caused you to cry out in disbelief? Who?

8.) Do you have a favorite animal in a book you’ve read? Who and what book?

9.) Do you enjoy romantic comedy?

10.) Favorite non-fiction?

Happy Reading!

Much love ~


9 thoughts on “The Bookworm’s Tag: #BookTagTuesday

  1. I don’t care excessive profanity, adult content, woo woo stuff either. I don’t always dnf those books but I do always so something about it! Thanks for the tag!

  2. Oh, I am RIGHT there with ya on biggest turn-offs and DNF causes! Love triangles are SO annoying!! UGH!!! Also, your favorite reading spot sounds fantastic! That sounds like something a girl in a book would be driven to do! Such a cool place to read at! Thanks for doing the tag, Katie! Hope you had fun! xoxo

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