What’s in my Bookshelf | Tag

Hello everyone!

I’ve been tagged by Natys Bookshelf to do the What’s in my Bookshelf Tag and so today’s post is about answering this tag!

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This Tag was created by Naty and here are the rules:

  • Link back to Naty so that she can see everyone’s answers! (Naty’s Bookshelf)
  • Also link back to the person who tagged you!
  • Name one book for each category; try not to repeat books to make this more fun!
  • Tag at least 5 people

A Library Book

Well, my library doesn’t have a great selection of English books (or should I say absolutely nothing of interest for now) as I’m living outside the US and UK. Which means that I have to change this a bit! I’ll show you the book that I want to read and that they have in my library. I was positively surprised that the selection got a bit better over the past few months. So I actually found a book that interests me!

Mrs. Sherlock Holmes by Brad Ricca. The Synopsis really intrigued me!


A Book You Got As a Gift

I usually don’t get books as a gift. No one in my family knows what book I already own and which one I don’t have. So it’s easier for them to give me gift cards and I buy books from these cards. The last book I bought with a gift card was: Iron Gold by Pierce Brown. I already started reading it and it’s so good! I honestly missed Sevro and Darrow so so much!


A Childhood Book

My mother always read me stories of a Luxembourgish book. It were the Brother Grimm Tales. It was called “A well se net gestuerwen sinn…”. (Yes, that was Luxembourgish) Here is a picture of the book The illustrations were really nice. When I last saw the book a wave of nostalgia hit me.


A Magical Book

Oh, there are a lot that I could mention but I have to say that the last magical read I’ve read was The Wishing Spell by Chris Colfer. It was such a quick and fun read and of course magical!


A Romantic Book

That’s a difficult choice for me as I don’t usually read romance but I’d go with Autoboyography by Christina Lauren.


A Steamy Book

Of these, I’ve read a lot. And I’m saying: A court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J.Maas.


An Old Book

Hard to say but I think that it is The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank.


A Book That Makes You Happy and/or Laugh

Easy! The last book that made me laugh was Happily by Chauncey Rogers. I laughed/smiled during most of the book.


A Book That Makes You Emotional

I’d like to say “The diary of a young girl” but as it has to be another book for this category it would be a book that I had to read in my German class in secondary school. When Hitler stole the pink rabbit by Judith Kerr. As a 12-year-old girl and even now 10 years later I’m still emotional while reading this book series.


A Book Whose Ending You Dislike

I don’t know? Okay, this is probably no real answer but I guess that it would be a French book that I’ve read recently and really disliked. And not only the ending. It’s Vertige by Franck Thilliez. One of my favourite authors and I was completely disappointed by this book.


A Book You Wish Had Illustrations

The last magician by Lisa Maxwell. I really liked the whole world building and it would be so great if there were pictures.


A Book or Genre That You Love Reading When It’s Raining

Fantasy! Definitely Fantasy!


I know now comes the time where I should tag other people. But it’s always a difficult decision for me who to choose. So if you want to do this tag. Consider yourself tagged!

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6 thoughts on “What’s in my Bookshelf | Tag

  1. Naty says:

    Yes, fantasy is the best genre for a rainy day, I totally agree!! I can’t believe I haven’t read most of the books you listed… I have Autoboyography as an Audiobook!! I hope I love it as much as you did!

    Great answers, Phannie! 🙂

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