The Three Things Book Tag

Hello everybody! Today, I’m going to be doing the Three Things Book Tag, which I was tagged for by Charlotte. Onto the questions!


Three Read Once and Loved Authors

I knew from the first time I read Robin Stevens, Emma Carroll and Jess Butterworth that they’d become favourite authors of mine!

Three Titles I’ve Watched but Haven’t Read

To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before (kind of cheating cause I’ve read the whole trilogy now but I hadn’t read any when I watched it so it counts!), Brooklyn (this is one of my fave films!) and Dumplin’.

Three Characters You Love

Wow, this is hard. Also, fun fact: the first three people who came to my mind were ALL from Geek Girl so I decided to vary them a bit.

Nick from Geek Girl, Hazel from the Murder Most Unladylike books and Ade from Boy in the Tower.

Three Series Binged

I binged both the Spellchasers trilogy and the Fabled Chronicles by Lari Don, but I don’t really binge series that often. The closest I’ve come that I think of other than those is reading books 2 and 3 in the Blood for Blood trilogy and It Girl trilogy back to back when I read those.

Three Unpopular Bookish Opinions

I didn’t like the Loneliest Girl in the Universe, I don’t care that much if I accidentally stain or damage a book and I think the fact that dystopia is my least fave genre counts. I don’t really know whether these are unpopular opinions or not.

Three Favourite Book Covers

Three Goals for this Year

I have said quite a few times now that my main goal for this year is to try and enjoy it as much as possible, because last year wasn’t that great in a lot of ways. I’d also like to do well in my exams and have a Goodreads challenge of 120 books. I don’t have anything else other than those, really.

Three People I Tag

I tag whoever sees this and would you like to do this- hopefully there’ll be three of you!


What would your answers to some of these be? Do we have any in common? I’d love to hear in the comments!

Amy x

Author: goldenbooksgirl

Middle grade/young adult book blogger

10 thoughts on “The Three Things Book Tag”

  1. We share some opinions. I’m not too precious about my books, sometimes signs of being read are signs of love/enjoyment- for me being willing to crack a paperback spine means I love the book because I want to get physically deeper into it.
    But having children I had to instil *some* rules – no chewing, no tearing and no standing on books!!! πŸ€¦πŸΌβ€β™€οΈ

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  2. But a chewed book is a loved book!! Ha, Peapod is still too little for no chewing but I try to keep all but the board and cloth books at arm’s length for this reason!
    I still haven’t read The Boy in the Tower (we’ll add it to my list of books I must read this year – that should be our collab style post, the books we want each other to read this year!)

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