Folklore Book Tag

Hello, reader!

Time for another Kerri-fun-fact: I love music. I can often be found singing to myself as I work or blasting music while I drive. And my love of music is all-encompassing, i.e. I will listen to pretty much any genre of music. That being said, I’m not a huge fan of Taylor Swift, but there are definitely a few songs of hers that I’ve enjoyed. But it’s not like I follow her music closely.

Still, when one of the most popular musical artists of our time drops a completely unexpected full length album and the collective book community LOSES ITS MIND… you kinda have to give it a listen. Well, if you’re me, you do 😂 So when T-Swift was like “Oh, heh, have folklore!”, I put it on Spotify as I drove to work. And, perhaps, maybe I had it on repeat the entire rest of the work day. Maybe! So when @shelvesofstarlight asked if anyone would like to tagged for this folklore book tag, I was primed to say yes! (Side note: you should totally go check out her blog, as well 💕)


Rules

1. Credit the creator of the tag Cielo @ Bellerose Reads (Thanks for the fun tag!)

2. Shout out the person who tagged you (Thanks again, @ Shelves of Starlight!)

3. List the rules of the tag in your post

4. Tag at least five people to do the tag!


Tracks

The 1 – A book you wanted to read but never did

Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell by Susanne Clarke

Hahahaha, THERE ARE SO MANY. But I suppose I’ll talk about the one book I actually own that has been on my bookshelf for… ever. I remember initially becoming interested in Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell because my mom was reading it and I always thought my mom read the coolest books. So I “borrowed” it when I moved out. It’s okay! She never even noticed it was gone 😅😂

Anyways, now it just chills on my shelf and I want to read it but… she thicc. I am intimidated. But I will read it one day!

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