Festive Christmas Book Tag
The lovely folks over at A Couple of Bees Read tagged me, and I couldn’t have been more excited! What better way to celebrate the holidays (even though I’m late lol) with a fun and festive book tag!
This tag was originally created by ReadingGirl on Youtube!
Hi heya hello!
I wanted to make a short post to wish everyone a happy holidays and say that I’m back from my break! I have nothing super exciting to share other than I’m finally done with the semester and finals, and I’m feeling much better than before. I’m super excited to be back into the swing of things!
Favorite Small Art Businesses!
Okay, hear me out. I know that Thanksgiving hasn’t even passed, but with what’s been going on in the world, you might have noticed that shipping is much slower than it used to be. More people are ordering online, and the USPS is struggling to keep up with the demand alongside budget cuts and other things. On top of that, some borders are closed to receiving mail from certain countries, etc. etc. etc. Basically, it’s kind of all over the place.
enter the void
I know it’s a lot to ask someone financially to support small businesses, especially right now, BUT if you are in a position to buy gifts from small businesses this holiday season, I ask that you do. Big companies will be making a TON of money during the holidays and Black Friday, especially now that people are more afraid to shop in-stores. Ordering from small businesses could be the only thing that’s keeping their businesses afloat.
So… yeah. I just wanted to share some of my favorite small art businesses that I’m obsessed with!
Merry Christmas Eve, everyone! Today and tomorrow I will be spending my time with my family and friends that I don’t get to see very often anymore, so this post has been written before hand and scheduled. I hope you’re having a wonderful holiday right now filled with cheer and good memories.
Anywho, while I was brainstorming what to post for the holidays, Norees over at No Reads too Great saved the day by tagging me in another tag! I can’t seem to find who created this tag, so if anyone knows, please holler in the comments so I can tag them!
Enough with that. Let’s get to the fun stuff!
Happy holidays, my people! It’s been a hot minute since I’ve written a post for this blog. University has been kicking my butt, but I’m finally finished with finals! I’m with my family, and I’ve had a couple days to recuperate from all the testing and information grinding. Now I’m back!
I’ve been brainstorming for the past couple days what kinds of posts I should write when Norees from No Reads So Great saved my brain from thinking too hard and tagged me in this fun holiday book tag! I haven’t really been in the holiday spirit with all the testing that’s been going on, but now that I’m done I’m ready to dive in!
- Check out the original post at Browsing for Books
- Link back to this post so I can see all your amazing answers
- Have fun
- Get a holiday drink to sip while writing!
I don’t have any holiday drinks laying around in the house (my family and I aren’t really huge holiday drink drinkers) and it’s too cold outside to go out and get some so I’m just going to stick with my water as I write this post.
I know I’m a tad bit late with this post, but I’m going to post it anyway.
The holiday season is all about spending time with your family and loved ones. Family time is awesome, but sometimes they can get on your nerves. It’s like the sequel to Thanksgiving dinner. There’s always that one person you invite over that makes the dinner/party really awkward at one point or another. If you’ve never felt that feeling of awkward silence, then you’re a really lucky fellow.
People have that mental list of who not to invite over. Whether it be their weird ex or that one person. You know, that ONE person you refuse to invite after inviting them one year. Yes, that person.
That got me thinking, what if I invited over fictional characters from books? Who would be the worst guests? I comprised a list of my top 10 worst guests.
It’s Christmas where I live, but for others it might already be the day after. Merry Christmas to all who celebrates it! Happy Kwanzaa! Happy Hanukkah! Happy holidays!
This year was a roller coaster ride to say the least, and I think we all are in need of some positive spirit.
I hope everyone is having a wonderful time spending quality time with their family and loved ones. My older sister, who I haven’t seen in a while, finally came home and I’ve been able to spend some time and catch up with her. Thankfully with technology, I’ve been able to communicate with her, but it doesn’t feel the same as talking and spending time with her in person.
Today is Labor Day in America so I thought it would be a great time to post this tag. I have been tagged by the lovely Audrey over at Audrey Writes Abroad. Make sure to check out her blog! ❤
1. Make a post of your own in which you name a book that you would want to read for each of the holidays below. (Feel free to change the holidays if you celebrate different ones!)
2. Tag at least 5 bloggers to do it at their turn.
3. Link back to audreywritesabroad so she can see your post!
4. Have fun!