source. I have seven siblings, but for the purposes of today's post, I'll only be putting the tag questions to two of them: my ten year old brother who is almost as obsessed with LOTR as I am (he's seen all six Jackson movies, and read some of The Hobbit--and he also knows a good … Continue reading the 9th Annual Tolkien Blog Party tag: my siblings’ answers.
check out the kick-off post with the tag, post roster, and giveaway details here! So it begins. In all the years that I've known Rachel, this is the very first year that I've been able to participate in her annual Tolkien Blog Party. And I'm so excited! I've got three blog posts prepped for publication … Continue reading the 9th annual Tolkien Blog Party tag!
Stolen from Little Blossoms for Jesus! ❤ source. I know we're quite past the middle of the year (just HOW did that happen???), but I saw this tag on Katja's blog and couldn't resist. So fun! Even though I haven't read a lot of books this year, I've read some amazing ones. (I'm also reading … Continue reading mid-year book freak-out tag (2021 edition).
Found over at Mary and the Words. source. MIDDLE EARTH: THE HOBBIT OR THE LORD OF THE RINGS? LOTR, for both book and movies. Though I do love The Hobbit (book) and enjoy several aspects of the film trilogy, LOTR was my first love. The depth of LOTR's story and the multitude of characters who … Continue reading the lord of the rings tag.
I wanted a quick and fun blog post idea, and I found this tag on Lili's Blissful Pages, so...perfect! source. E-V-A-J-O-Y R-U-T-H S-C-H-Ö-N-H-A-A-R E - Emma Woodhouse (Emma by Jane Austen). Practically perfect in every way...or so she thinks! V - Vikus (Underland Chronicles by Suzanne Collins). This guy's life is so sad, but he … Continue reading spell your name with fictional characters tag.
Katja over at Little Blossoms for Jesus recently answered this tag, and now I'm 'stealing' it. I really love this type of format for tags in general! And who doesn't at least like Little Women? (All images from Goodreads.) Marmee—A Wise & Nurturing Read Gentle and Lowly by Dane Ortlund suits both of those adjectives. … Continue reading the little women book tag.
source. Heidi over at Along the Brandywine is hosting a weeks-long blog party all about epic stories! While I'm not sure if I'll write any dissecting-my-favorite-epic-stories blog posts for the party, I couldn't pass up this fun tag that she created. So here are my answers! WOULD YOU RATHER... 1) …fight a dragon or a … Continue reading of high stakes & daring deeds: epic story month TAG.
source. Katie tagged me with this fun little tag, so I'm giving it a go! Rules are simple: all you've got to do is include the tag graphic, answer the questions, and tag two other fandom-loving bloggers to join in the excitement. Sounds totally doable, so let's get right into it! What’s the first fandom … Continue reading the fandom tag.
For Narnia!!! Because Narnia is amazing! I'm just going to jump right in with... THE RULES Thank the person who nominated you (thanks a million, Katie!)Rate your degree of “Narnia fanatic” (nostalgic, serious, maniacal).Answer the questions below.Tag 5+ bloggers.Have fun! DEGREES OF NARNIA FANATISCM Nostalgic Fanatic — you read the book and/or watched the movies … Continue reading the Narnia tag.
source. Rachel was recently awarded the Sunshine Blogger Award over at Hamlette's Soliliquy and her questions were so fun that I'm answering them (even though she didn't tag me). Since I'm not an official participant, I'm not going to bother creating my own questions, tagging fellow bloggers, etc. I'll just be answering the questions. Oh, … Continue reading a stolen tag & I LOVE GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY VOL. 2 SO MUCH!