The Cake Book Tag

I saw this tag over at Books and Big Ideas, and I thought that I would give it a try. Fun fact, I used to work at a bakery, and I love looking at gorgeous cakes. CHOCOLATE CAKE A dark book you absolutely love   I am going to say Fight Club by Chuck Palahniuk. AnyoneContinue reading “The Cake Book Tag”

How I Choose My Books Tag

I was tagged by Naty @ Naty’s Bookshelf to take part in this tag! I am not going to lie I am pretty excited about this tag! So, let’s see how I choose my books. (This post could also be called: “Lauren is Waxing Poetic About a Bunch Of Books She’s Read!)

The Pastry Book Tag

I found this tag over at Calliope The Book Goddess and decided to give it a try! I wasn’t tagged to do it, but I recently took a macaron making class and I am feeling really into checking out pastries. So, here we go!

This is My Genre, Tell Me Yours Tag

Alright! I was tagged by Sarah@ Reviews and Readathons to tell you a little bit about my favorite genre. The tag was created by Drew @  TheTattooedBookGeek. It took me some time to inventory what I’ve read lately and see what my genre is exactly, because honestly, I tent to read all over the map.

The Ultimate ‘Harry Potter’ Tag

I don’t recall ever seeing this tag, but between the anniversary coming up and Harry Potter’s birthday I thought that I would do this tag! So, Happy Birthday Harry Potter!

The Book Titles Tag

Eden @ Thrice Read encouraged everyone to do the Book Titles Tag. So here is my attempt at answering questions with book titles only. Then a day later, I was tagged by Em @ Keystroke Blog to do this tag!

The Blogger Aesthetic Tag

I saw this over at The Girl Who Reads Too Much and it really spoke to my soul at the moment so I thought I would steal it seems like a fun concept and I am on a bit of a Pinterest binge with a craving for beautiful images. The Blogger Aesthetic Tag which wasContinue reading “The Blogger Aesthetic Tag”

The Autumn Book Tag

I saw this on Good Book Vibes and I am really feeling in the mood for autumn. I am ready for cozy sweaters, warm scarves, boots, apple-picking, and all the things that I readily associate with autumn in New England. Also, a few evenings of reading! So here is my autumn book tag.