Quick Fire Fantasy Tag

For all those following the blocks saga, as I attempt to use WordPress blocks editor, I can confirm they’re driving me mad. I had to make this post five times! Five times!! It kept deleting my text! Urg.

Deep, calming breaths break…

Anyway, welcome to this incredibly hard to create POsT ThAT LITERALLY TOOk HOuRS AND WHy DOES AUTOCORRECT KEEP CoRRECTING THESE CAPITAL LETTERs

Another deep calming breath break.

I’m just going to start the tag (AGAiN) because fantasy books will calm me down.


Five Star Read

Strange The Dreamer

I have rated about a billion fantasy books five stars. Well maybe not a billion but still quite a few, including some questionable reads in my hazy early days where I was far too generous. But. Strange the Dreamer has the lucky honour of this crowning place because I scrolled past a nice photo on Instagram the other day of it.


Always Going to Recommend

A Darker Shade of Magic

Have I mentioned I liked this novel? It’s only featured in about every Top Ten Tuesday post I’ve ever written. Sorry, I’m just too predictable.


Own it but Haven’t Read It

The Raven King

Way to shame me! What a judgy tag, gosh. Ok, ok I still have no idea if our mad and slightly loaded friends are ever going to find that dead Welsh King, but on well. I’ll find out sooooooon I promise.


Would Read Again

Holes

There’s just something about the charming little chapters, goofy characters and the amazing name Stanley Yelnats, which is of course Stanley written backwards that makes this book an easy go to.


In Another World

A Curse so Dark and Lonely

It’s fantasy here, basically 90% of them are in another world. And I’ve gone for one that’s not totally in another world! Hahaha oops.


Back on Earth

Harry Potter

Ooh we’re talking the other 10% now. And how could I make a list of fantasy books and not include my first ever fantasy read. Possibly. Maybe. I don’t actually know, my memories not that good. But anywho, isn’t Harry Potter fab?!


So there you have it! This was an incredibly short tag, once WordPress actually let me write the thing. Although it took agessss…. Grumble grumble blocks grumble.

Anyway, thanks Siobhan for the tag, I highly recommend checking out her blog, it cool, and thanks The Bookworm Dreamer for making the tag! It’s very fun.

These are the bloggers I’m tagging:

πŸ“– Journal of A Bibliophile

πŸ“– The Geekish Brunette

πŸ“– What Em’s Reading

πŸ“– A Lovely Book Affair

πŸ“– Fantastic Books

And anyone else reading. Go ahead, do it, the rules are pretty simple:

✨ Tag me, five people, the creator and anyone else you just really want to link to

✨ Answer the five questions

✨Don’t use WordPress blocks

The last one is more of a recommendation but honestly it should be a rule it’s so annoying.

Anyway, I will be back tomorrow (I know, three posts in one week!) With an exciting post because tomorrow is a really special day, so stay tuned for that!

— grand exit —

9 thoughts on “Quick Fire Fantasy Tag

  1. Ohh you stole my words literally…. I tried using blocks last week and it was horrible… switched back immediately to the classic editor 😣😣

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