Stuck at Home Book Tag
To finish this month’s theme of literature, I thought it would be fun to do a book tag. I wasn’t actually tagged, but I’m doing it anyway. (I’m such a rebel, ha!) Anyway, the “rules” to the Stuck at Home Book Tag are listed below:
- Thank the person who nominated you
- Answer all the questions below
- Pingback to the creator: Ellyn @ Allonsythornraxx
- Nominate 5+ bloggers you’d like to know more about to do this tag
WHAT ARE YOU CURRENTLY READING?
I’m currently reading two books. Usually, I try to finish a book before I start another one, but I’m trying to get more books read on my ever-growing list, and I was trying to fit in a Halloween Read before the month of October ended. So, I’m currently reading Book of the Little Axe by Lauren Francis-Sharma and Envy by Gregg Olsen
WHAT’S YOUR FAVORITE “CAN’T LEAVE THE HOUSE” ACTIVITY?
Watching movies, cooking, and cleaning are the only activities I can think of that will keep me at home.
A BOOK YOU’VE BEEN MEANING TO READ FOREVER?
I have accumulated books on my Goodreads account for a while now. I had a little over 1000 books on my to-be-read list. However, since this year, I’ve grown the list to almost 3000 books on my to-be-read list ! (I’m not kidding, it’s close to 3000)! So, there are an endless amount of books I’ve been wanting to read and meaning to read for several years. But, if I had to pick only one and one that has not been mentioned in this tag so far, it would be If You Ask Me by Betty White.
AN INTIMIDATING BOOK ON YOUR TBR?
I have a ton of classic books on my list, so I would say Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoevsky and any book by Jane Austen are equally the most intimidating books on my to-be-read list, in my opinion.
TOP THREE PRIORITY BOOKS ON YOUR TBR
I have SO many books I want to read all at one time, but I’m chipping away my to-be-read list little by little, day by day! I added one extra because I couldn’t leave one of the following out:
One book (any book) by Vladimir Nobokov
The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald (I’m behind on classics and want to know more about this book to better understand the many references in other books, movies, and so on.)
Last Words by George Carlin (I began reading this book five years ago and haven’t been able to finish it since. So, I really want to finish this book! I only read two chapters, but it was hilarious!
RECOMMEND A SHORT BOOK?
Change Your Thinking, Change Your Life by Brian Tracy is a game changer! I’m not sure if this book is considered a short book, but I think it leans that way. Regardless, it’s definitely a quick read. In fact, it was so inspirational, that I mentioned this book in a post from last year: Abstract Art | Changing Seasons | Spring
RECOMMEND A LONG BOOK?
The most recent and longest book I’ve read to date is The Darwin Affair by Tim Mason, and this was a really good book. I actually mentioned it on one of my monthly favorites post.
SOMETHING YOU’D LOVE TO DO STUCK AT HOME?
I’ve been stuck at home a while, so I’m wanting to get out and do something. However, if I could continue working on my degree(s), that would be ideal. I think writing a book would be fun too!
WHAT DO YOU PLAN ON READING NEXT?
Betrayal by Gregg Olsen. I figured I would read at least one or two scary books for Halloween related reads this month! I’m trying to finish the duo-logy before Halloween, but we’ll see what happens!
I hope you enjoyed this post! I definitely enjoyed answering all of the questions! One of the rules of this tag is to tag 5 other people, but I’m going to break this rule and just tag anyone who wants to do it. If you don’t want to post this tag, then feel free to post your answers to these questions in the comments below!