This tag, which needs no further introduction from me, was created by Ely @ Earl Grey Books and Chami @ ReadLikeWildfire. No one tagged me, but all the cool kids were doing it (and, as always, I am literally years late to the party).
Apparently I somehow missed this Pride book tag in my search earlier this month, but luckily I was tagged by the creator, V @ The Sassy Library Fox! As always, I’m going to make things more challenging for myself — this time, by not repeating any of the books I used for my (original) Read the Rainbow tag.
Happy Pride Month, friends! While planning this month’s posts I went looking for Pride-themed book tags and only found a couple, so today I’m bringing you an original set of prompts that I hope you’ll enjoy, regardless of whether you identify as LGBTQIA+ (including questioning, that’s completely valid) or are “just” an ally.
This tag is based on the Progress Pride Flag (shown in the post header) and the meanings of different rose colors (as compiled from multiple sources), because why not?
To balance out any illusions of productivity that my previous post may have created, here’s an old book tag by Kate @ Cover to Cover Book Blog from Bookending Spring 2020 — ironically, this has been sitting in my drafts for almost a year while I procrastinated finishing it.
(If I was tagged by anyone, I’ve since lost that information and I apologize.)
This is an original tag that I created last year; since I still really like the prompts, and they’re still applicable with multiple possible answers, just for funsies I wanted to bring it back with a new set of answers for a new year. (And with so many books still on my TBR, I figured it couldn’t hurt to narrow down my January reading list a bit.)
Please feel free to consider yourself tagged if you want to be, and don’t forget to link back to the original post (or this one is fine too) so I can find and read all your answers!