The New Year’s book tag 2020 🥂✨

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Dear reader,

As I was reading blog posts and watching booktube videos I came across the New Year’s Book Tag which was created by Heather @Bookables back in 2018. It seems really fun to do and thought it’ll be great to start the year with!

Without further ado, here is my take on the New Year’s Book Tag 2020!

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The Fall Bucket List Book Tag 🕯🍁

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Dear reader,

A few weeks ago the amazing Marie and Nyx @ Drizzle and Hurricane tagged me on the Fall Bucket List Book Tag, which may be the cutest book tag to exist. It took me a while to get to it because I needed to respect my current blog posts schedule, but I’m so glad to finally give it a go!

Without further ado, here is my take on the Fall Bucket List Book Tag.

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Book Blogging Firsts Tag

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Dear reader,

Before starting this blog post, I would like to shout that MY AUTUMN THEME IS OFFICIALLY BACK AND I AM SO EXCITED ABOUT IT. Okay, now we can go back to normal.

A few weeks ago, the sweet Lauren @ Twenty Seven Letters tagged me to do the Book Blogging Firsts tag (a big thank you to her, and please check out her blog, she’s really amazing!). It’s to be noted that this blog isn’t my first one. I had my very first blog at 11 years old and it was all about Emma Watson (I spent hours on Photoshop, creating designs every time we had new pictures of her). I then had another one about Miley Cyrus and Selena Gomez around the same age. And then after years of writing fan fictions and playing in Harry Potter Role Playing Games (on MSN, on Facebook, on forums etc) and all that jazz on the Internet, I came back to the blogging life at 19 years old, but joined the studyblr community on Tumblr. So The Bookworm of Notre-Dame wasn’t my first real steps into the blogging world, but I’ll talk about this one for this particular tag because, well… My Emma Watson blog is part of my secret dark past. (Just kidding, I just don’t think it’s relevant for all the questions.)

So, here we go for the Book Blogging Firsts tag!

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Mid Year Freak Out Book Tag 2019

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I am so excited to be writing this blog post because it’s one of my favourites to post every year. In 2017 I did the tag on YouTube, but last year I did it here and I’m now obsessed with the idea of having blog posts to re-read to be able to see when certain books came into my life.

So without further ado, let’s dive right into the Mid Year Freak Out Book Tag, created by Chami and Ely!

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The tropes book tag

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Dear reader,

Now that I am back I decided to catch up on all the book tags people tagged me on. I am starting with the tropes book tag, created by Jes Reads Books. Romie tagged me to do so, who is a great friend of mine and a girl I truly admire. I highly recommend you all to follow her blog. Anyway, thank you, Romie!

Without further ado, let‘s jump into the tropes book tag!

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Finally Fall Book Tag

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Dear reader,

This year I am trying to stay in a very autumnal mood this November, because I usually just jump right into Winter and then it feels as if Autumn lasted only two days. Obviously I still want to start getting excited for Christmas but I can still enjoy those last days with orange leaves on the ground and grey skies.

That’s why I decided to finally do the Finally Fall Book Tag created by Tall Tales that the lovely Emilly @ Jump Into the Page tagged me onto a few weeks ago – thank you again so much!

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Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again Book Tag

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I have been meaning to do this tag this summer ever since my friend Lucie @ Of Wishes and Pages did it but time went by and I had to wait. Well, now is the time!

I love the Mamma Mia movies with all my heart but since I saw the first one quite late I have to say that the second one has a bigger place in my heart. As it deals with grief and family it really helped me as I lost my grand-mother three months ago and it has been the hardest thing I have ever had to live. I cried every time I watched Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again and have been obsessed with the young cast, and still am. It made sense that I would have to do the Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again Book Tag, originally created by Ashley @ Ashleyoutpaged.

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