Stationary Book Tag

Hi Everyone! Today I am going to do the Stationary Book Tag! Thank you Thice Read for tagging me! It’s cool that your blog has 3 readers and writers! You must not have a long TBR list like the rest of us… or maybe not.. haha.. By the way, I just love your book collection! Everyone, don’t forget to check out their blog!

Also, thank you RiverMooseReads for creating this awesome tag!

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The Rules:

  • Thank the creator: Sam @ RiverMooseReads
  • Answer the questions.
  • Add pictures! (If you want to)
  • Tag (about) 5 people.

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Pencils || Favorite MG or children’s book

Harry Potter Series.

Pens || A basic staple for any reader

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A Flirtatious Rendezvous by Cecilia Gray is a fun historical fiction novel. Read my review and it may just make you want to pick up this book!

Notebooks || What books do you own multiple copies of

Harry Potter Series .. switching out paperback to hardcover 🙂

Markers || A book with a beautiful cover

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I just love this dress and the sword act as a letter i and the skinny lettering and the side way page numbers. My review for the Winner’s Kiss.

Glue || Two characters that work well together even if they aren’t together

they tend to slip off my mind… argh..

Scissors || What book would you like to destroy

I don’t want to destroy any book. I would rather donate.

Art kit || What completed series do you own

Twilight (read but not reviewed), Robert Langdon (read, but not reviewed), Hunger Games (read & reviewed), and Divergent (haven’t read yet)

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I TAG||

The Page Turner
Death by Tsundoku
Cassiopeia’s Moon
In Case of Bookishness
Books, Coffee, & Passion
Bookworm Ink
BooksBeforeBandaids
 Queen Mery
Pierina Reads
Beyond Chapters
thejouskablog
Girl Who Reads
DoddyAboutBooks

I’m so looking forward to reading your answers!!

xoxo,
Jasmine

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19 thoughts on “Stationary Book Tag

  1. any1mark66 says:

    I like Roger Zelanzy and Ray Bradbury. They both pretty much threw out our world and started new. They also make use of the anti-hero, tragically flawed, but the guy or girl you could drink with at the bar.

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