Quarantine Book Tag

We are still under the Stay at Home Order here in Michigan, although some businesses are being reopened in phases again. And good news from my area – it is no longer considered a hotspot so the order is working! So while we sit tight a little longer and let the essential workers do their jobs as safely as possible, I thought it would be neat to do this book tag! I saw it on Woven From Words‘ blog and I thought it looked fun! She has some great answers so be sure to pop over there too! The Quarantine Book Tag was created by OurBookNook.

Must-Have: a book you *have* to have with you while quarantined:

Watership Down , 100%. My favorite book of all time and I never ever get bored with reading it. And now that spring is basically here (despite the winter snowstorm in our forecast) it is time for me to reread it again. I just love this band of courageous rabbits!

Isolation: a book where the MC spends most of their time alone

The Sound of a Wild Snail Eating made a huge impact on me. It is now one of my favorites and honestly is almost made to be read right now. (Review)

Binge Read: a long book series you’d recommend to someone who has a lot more time on their hands

I love a good cozy mystery and Hamish Macbeth is one of the first I ever read! I love his quirky village of Lochdubh in the Scottish Highlands, and this book series is super long at over 30 books!

Toilet Paper — All the TP is gone! What book are you using?

Yeah it was between this and Twilight… and if I had to choose I would keep Twilight over this one.

Anti-viral: a book that went viral that you have avoided or not read… yet

This book seemed to be everywhere for a while! I haven’t read it yet though.

Super Binge: What book and TV series combo would you recommend?

Because Jamie Fraser…..

Those are all the questions! If you would like to take part, consider yourself tagged!

11 thoughts on “Quarantine Book Tag

  1. I have been meaning to read the M.C. Beaton books.

    I read and enjoyed Daisy Jones and the Six, but I didn’t like the “interview” writing style. It took me a lot of time to sink into it. It felt too much like work. Which disappointed me, as I wanted to love it.

    Enjoy your reading!

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    1. I’ve been thinking about the Agatha Raisin books also by M.C. Beaton. 🙂 I loved Hamish so much that I am considering it. 🙂

      Hmm. I might not enjoy that either. I don’t usually like books that are written in letter or article or some other form .

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  2. I am so glad the order was extended till the end of May. Not that everyone is following it but at least it keeps things tamped down a little bit for awhile longer.

    I adored Watership Down — I should read that one again. And One Snail — I read that last summer and passed it on but you are absolutely right. This is a gorgeous book and one that should be read right now. I’ve never read a Hamish Macbeth. Sounds fun!

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