Everyone knows about Animal Crossing: New Horizons as it exploded all over the world in March/April. All the hype about it had me buzzing with excitement. I was finally able to buy a Nintendo Switch Lite and the game two months ago and I have been obsessed ever since. So, I just had to do this book tag!

I am not a gamer at all and the “biggest” game I have ever played before the newest Animal Crossing was the Sims because games do not easily keep my attention. The two previously mentioned are my favourites and I will always be completely addicted to them.

This book tag was inspired by Cielo from Bellerose Reads and was created by Two Book Thieves, so thank you so much to them!

PAST VILLAGER — who is a character you found when you were younger that still has a place in your heart?

I never read much as a child and now that I think back, I cannot remember even a handful of characters that I still think of today. Belle from Beauty and the Beast is a character that stands out most in my mind and that I still love till this day. I was in love with the movie (still am today) and I was even in a Beauty and the Beast school play in first grade. I was only a dancing saucer in the background but that memory and experience only adds to my love for this story.

BLATHER’S BLATHERINGS — recommend a historical fiction book that you think everybody should read.

The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris. I read it a few months ago and loved it for all that it taught me. It was a difficult book for me to read as I deeply felt each character’s pain. I learned many new things from it and I think others will too.

To read my review, click here.

CELESTE’S WISH — what is a future book release you wish you could read now?

A Court of Silver Flames by Sarah J. Maas. I have been buzzing with excitement ever since I heard the next books in the series will be Nesta and Cassian’s story. I am really looking forward to see how everything in this world will continue.

TIMMY & TOMMY — what is your favourite sibling relationship in a book?

There is only one I can think of and that is the Weasleys from the Harry Potter series, especially the twins, Fred and George. They always make me laugh and I loved them more than I thought I would. Both of them turned out to be part of my absolute favourite characters from the wizarding world.

THE EASTER BUNNY — a popular book character that you’re not a big fan of.

Lucien from the ACOTAR series. I still do not know how I feel about him, honestly. I guess I will see how he is like as the story of the world Prythian continues.

NOOK’S LOANS — an author you’d give all your money to.

Without a doubt, Sarah J. Maas. I love anything she writes with all my heart and it would also be a dream to meet her one day.

THE SISTERS ABLE — what is your favourite fictional family (found or otherwise)?

There are so many that I love! Definitely Rhysand’s Inner Circle in the ACOTAR series but also the Weasleys and the Cullens (I only just started reading the Twilight books for the first time, so I am still not a hundred percent sure yet).

IT’S A C+ — what is a book trope you don’t like that keeps popping up?

Childhood-Friends-to-Lovers and Insta-Love. I just cannot like/understand them.

THE WANDERING CAMEL — what is your favourite book set in a land far away from yours?

Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen. It is set in Sussex, England (if I remember correctly)—a place I would love to visit one day.

To read my review, click here.

WHAT WOULD DODOS DO? — a fictional land you wish you could fly away to at any moment?

Either Hogwarts, from the Harry Potter series, or Velaris, from the ACOTAR series. I would happily trade my heart and soul to live at either one of these magical places.

Hope you enjoyed this little blog post as I had a really fun time answering all the questions. If you would like to take part, consider yourself tagged.

Keep reading and never stop telling stories.


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