The Zodiac Music + Book Tag: #BookTagTuesday

Hello to all!!!

Welp, it’s been a hot minute! I got serious burn out over the past year and needed a break. However, I am now ready to get this show on the road, although it may take a couple revves to get started. I felt pressured to keep with my schedule last time I was on here, and I believe that was the main issue, so I’m gonna wing it from here on out, so bear with me. Here we go!

I was tagged for this tag by Nehal@QuirkyPages. And, just like her…I’m also a Pisces!! Seeing as Pisces bloggers are just so generally awesome, 😉 I promise you that you will love her blog! It’s really great! Nehal has such a flair for writing!


  • Link back to the creator, i.e, Swift Walker @Just Dreamland
  • Link back to the person who tagged you!
  • Answer all the prompts.
  • Use the original graphics and credit the creator (Pannaga).
  • Tag at least 5 bloggers and provide links to their blogs.
  • Name your Zodiac!
  • Don’t forget to add #ItsAZodiacThing tag.
  • You can either do the zodiac book tag/the zodiac music tag or both them. Graphics for separate tags should be given at the end.
  • Enjoy doing the post.

Most recently, probably Cinder by Marissa Meyer.

Cardigan by Taylor Swift…

1001 Things Teens Should Know Before They Leave Home by Harry H. Harrison.

Blessings by Hollow Coves or Safe and Sound by TS really help to calm me down.

That is strangely specific…but I can’t say I’ve read one a story with that description.

“I’ll Wait for You” by Moriah and ______ Peters

The Penderwicks at Last by Jeanne Birdsall cause it reminds me of my childhood and my older sibs.

Ha. None.

Um…again….strangely specific and no I haven’t read one.

“I Was Made for Loving You” by Tori Kelly and Ed Sheeran.

Goose Girl by Shannon Hale.

“Beautiful for Me” by Nicole Nordeman.

So, there are two. But, one is the first half of the prompt and the other is the last part. The first is A Fault in Our Stars by John Green. The second is A Bloody Book by Chris Bowen.

Honestly, any love song will show that if you are in love in the first place.

Scarlet by Marissa Meyer and The Warden and the Wolf King by Andrew Peterson.

“Just a Friend” by Jamie Grace and Manwell.

The Remarkable Journey of Coyote Sunrise by Dan Gemienhart.

“Night of my Life” by Group 1 Crew.

The Doll People by Ann M. Martin.

Can’t think of one.

Ramona and Beezus by Beverly Cleary! Duh!

Okay, Okay by Alessia Cara…also, I feel like I am misinterpreting every single prompt…but whatevs.

The Warden and the Wolf King by Andrew Peterson.

Never Give Up on Me by Josh Bates…I believe.

Hope y’all liked my short, abrupt, and possibly unrelated answers! Haha! Eager to hear your thoughts on these prompts or my answers! Feel free to do this tag!

God bless you! Ciao.

The world is indeed filled with peril, and in it there are many dark places; but still there is much that is fair, and though in all the lands love is now mingled with grief, it grows perhaps the greater.

J.R.R. Tolkien

11 thoughts on “The Zodiac Music + Book Tag: #BookTagTuesday”

  1. Aaah so good to see you back!!! I hope you figure out a way to remain active without burdening yourself. And tbh, I’ve been trying to do the same lately lol.
    Loved the post, you did the tag!! And omg i saw two lunar chronicles books here and my heart 🤩🤩.

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    1. Good to be back!! I’m trying! Hey, we’ll try to figure this out together. You got any pointers – send them my way!👍🏻 Ah, yeah!!! Couldn’t put those books down!! Did NOT expect them to be THAT good! 😲😲😲


  2. Some of those seemed way too specific

    I was born a Capricorn- as a matter of fact, I thought of a book no one has actually read for that one; my main WIP (Tale of the Cattail Forest) totally fits that description

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  3. It’s so good to finally have you back with your iconic tag posts 👏😂
    I’m sorry you felt pressured to keep up with a schedule. I’m totally up for winging it – in fact, that’s what I’m doing at Paper Hearts 😂
    This was such an interesting tag! The Fault in Our Stars fit that prompt perfectly. I’ve yet to read The Lunar Chronicles but it sounds like an intriguing series!

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