TCL’s 3rd Life According to Literature Tag – 2021 Version.

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Last year I noticed that Annabookbel did a “My Life in Books” tag for 2020, and I remembered that I did one like it in 2019 and enjoyed it, but that was called “Life According to Literature” and it had slightly different prompts. In 2019, I found it on Brona’s Books, ANZ LitLovers LitBlog, and Veronica @ The Burgeoning Book Shelf. Also, I understand that Veronica originally found it on Theresa Smith Writes  and  Claire’s Reads and Reviews!

Well, wherever this came from, I did one for the 2020 books I read and reviewed, using 2019’s questions PLUS Annabel’s (even though I recall it was harder than I thought it would be). Now, since 2021 is almost over, I figured why not do another one for the books I read this past year?

THE RULES: Using only books you have read during the last year (2021), answer these questions. Try not to repeat a book title. These answers don’t have to be true, but they just need to make (some kind of) sense! You’ll find links to my reviews in my answers!

Annabel’s prompts:

My Life In Books Tag

If you want to join in, I would love to read your answers. Let me know in the comments.

30 thoughts on “TCL’s 3rd Life According to Literature Tag – 2021 Version.

  1. I love this. What a fun way to reflect on both books in the last year and life. I am definitely doing this. Some of your answers (how you feel and how you would like to die) made me chuckle. 🤣

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  2. I really like this meme so I’m going to have a think and play along again this year. I have been struggling with a will I/won’t I post about my favourite books for the year but this might be nice to do instead. Thanks for the reminder!

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