Imyril recently reminded me that there are two end of the year book tags by filling one out. There is of course. There is of course the one by Jamie from The Perpetual Page-Turner. Which is such a lengthy one to fill in. However there is also Ariel Bissett’s end of the year book tag that is meant to be filled in some time in the last bit of the year to look towards the end of the year. And that is the one that I am sharing with you today.
Is there a book that you started that you still need to finish by the end of the year?
I think The Compleat Discworld Atlas has been on my shelf since the start of the year. I had meant to read a bit in it every now and then but in the end that just didn’t end up happening? But it doesn’t really need to be finished by the end of the year even if it is giving me side eye at the moment. Everything else that is currently reading I tend to finish pretty soon so…
Do you have an autumnal book to transition to the end of the year?
Not really an autumnal book but after Sinterklaas is finished I do like to get in the christmas mood by reading one kind of christmas book like Hogfather or A Christmas Carol. This year it is Hogfather and a Dutch retelling of A Christmas Carol I have on my list. Hogfather has been started.
Is there a release you are still waiting for?
At this point in December not really. I mean most have already released.
Name three books you want to read by the end of the year?
Girls of Fate and Fury | The Undertakers | Jade Legacy
Is there a book that can still shock you and become your favourite of the year?
Jade Legacy stands a pretty good chance. The previous two books were amazing so I can only imagine that Jade Legacy will be as well.
Have you already started making reading plans for 2022?
Of course. I have announced my two reading challenges for 2022 (well the second one this Friday anyway) and I am thinking of other goals I want to commit to.
5 thoughts on “Ariel Bissett’s End of the Year Book Tag”
Great post! I loved reading it.
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I agree, at this point in the year, there’s very little that I usually have still listed as a “must read”. I don’t need to add any reading stress to the holiday stress.
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Agreed. You never now what the holidays will bring.