Tag: weekly meme

Fae Friday – Holiday Reads

Here’s the rules: Merry Christmas to all of you who celebrate! The prompt this week is: What is one of your favorite holiday reads? Psst. This can be a book about any holiday, not just Christmas. I don’t usually read very many books featuring holidays, mainly because I […]

TTT Super Long Book Titles

This week’s prompt is super long book titles. I know there are books out there with really long book titles, but I never really thought about it until today. I ended up having to think back pretty far in my reading history to come up with some longer […]

Fae Friday – Autumn Vibes

Here’s the rules: The autumn court is still in the spotlight and celebrating the season change by gracing us with the beautiful gift that is the changing of the leaves. That is why this week’s prompt is: What genre gives off that perfect autumn vibe to you? As […]

Fae Friday – Hurt So Good

Here’s the rules: Autumn is in the air, and the autumn court is in the spotlight. The autumn court is full of strange and beautiful faes who can have a slight sadistic side. This week’s prompt is dedicated to those sadists, which is why this curious wannabe fae wants […]

TTT Book Quotes

This week’s prompt is about my favorite book quotes, but I’m not the kind of girl who generally remembers quotes from books that I’ve read. So instead, I’m going with the top ten most memorable lines from books: “Call me Ishmael.” From Moby Dick by Herman Melville. I […]

Fae Friday – Music

Here’s the rules: Music is something that faeries are known to enjoy. That is why this week’s prompt is: what kind of music do you listen to when reading? I love a lot of different types of music, but generally do not listen to music when I’m reading. […]

Fae Friday – Thanks

Here’s the rules: Did you know that faeries have excellent manners but hate being thanked? That is why the prompt this week is: Do you read the acknowledgment section in the books you’re reading and why? I used to skip over acknowledgements, but I’ve really started paying attention […]