Welcome back to Reading, Reading, Reading!
I, once again, apologize for my recent lack of posting. The world has been a scary place lately and I have not really been in the mood to read a lot. However, I just started reading The Bromance Bookclub by Lyssa Kay Adams the other day, and it might push me out of this reading slump!
Anyways, recently I have noticed loads of blogs rediscover old book tags, as so many people have been using my old book tags from YEARS ago to continue to add recent content on their blogs – especially with all of the newly acquired free time we have received as a result of this pandemic. Here are some of the book tags people have done from discovering my old ones:
Just a few days ago, the lovely Celine tagged me to participate in the Book Merch Tag, and while I don’t actually have too much book merch, I was so appreciative of the tag and figured I could make it work somehow! The rules of this tag are:
- Mention the creator of the tag(Celine @Celinelingg).
- Mention the blogger who tagged you.
- You may add your own questions if you want to!
- Spread the love and tag some people to participate and connect! (There’s no limit in number, so have some fun and just tag!).
Question #1: Book Merch you are dying to have!
Honestly, I am a sucker for gorgeous mugs, and typically love the ones created by Indigo or Disney! And yes, I am aware that this isn’t exactly “book merch”, but it is a book themed product that I would actually use, so I am going to count it!
Question #2: Let’s say you win a lifetime voucher with only ONE option. Book merch or Books?
BOOKS! No question about it!
Question #3: Have you ever tried making your own book merch?
Hmmmm… well, if I am counting mugs as “book merch”, then I would say yes! Several years ago, I used to do mini DIYs on this blog, and one of the ones I created was DIY Bookish Mugs, which you can read here if you are so inclined!
Question #4: How do you usually get your book merch?
All of the bookish pins and posters I own come from bookish events I go to throughout the year! Specifically, they usually come from Harper Collins Canada’s HCC Frenzy Presents event, or from Raincoast Books’ TeensRead Feed event!
Question #5: Mind to share why do you love (or the contrary, not a big fan of ) bookish merch?
I truly love bookish merch, especially ones that are handmade from people on Etsy! However, I don’t own a lot of it, as I often find the handmade ones very expensive (rightfully so!), and I would rather take some of that money I would spend on buying books and supporting my blog.
Question #6: Let’s say you are a book merch addict. What will you do if there is no space left to store your new book merch?
I would probably rearrange my bookshelves!
And now on to the bloggers I tag to participate in this Book Merch Tag…
- Holly @ Nut Free Nerd
- Kathy @ Books With Kathy
- Shanah @ Bionic Book Worm
- Norees @ No Reads Too Great
If I didn’t tag you but you want to participate, feel free to tag me so I can read yours and add you to my “tagged” list!
Thanks again to Celine for tagging me in her Book Merch Tag! I had SO much fun doing this!
Good Night Book Owls!
5 thoughts on “Book Merch Tag!”
Thanks so much for tagging me! Can’t wait to do this!
So fun to read all of your answers!❤
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I really loved this tag. It looks like a lot of fun. I totally understand why sometimes you can’t post regularly. I have my own book blog and I know how hard it can get to juggle a book blog with high school. You can check out my book blog here-https://fantasymaniac.wixsite.com/fantasymaniacfm
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