I know I owe heaps of tags and other
posts, but this one felt like it was dependent on time, being an
Easter tag and all, so I figured I’d jump right into it! Thank you to
the gorgeous Becca
who tagged me, and to Theresa
for coming up with the tag in the first place!
Hiya everyone! So, today marks the last day of the month, and so the very last day of International Women’s History month. But what some of you might not know is that today also marks Mother’s Day in some corners of the world! So, in the UK (and other places, no doubt) many of us are celebrating mothers, and all that they do for us. In honour of today, I thought it would be nice to compile a list of some of my favourite literary mothers! And, while I talk about some of my favourites, I’ll then be featuring a selection of other bloggers and tweeters alike who will be telling us about their favourite literary mothers, too!
Hi everyone! Yes, I know, I’m back with another tag, but they’re just so fun, aren’t they? This particular one is courtesy of the lovely Delly, who decided to create The Fairy Tale Book Tag. And, as somebody who loves a good fairy tale, I couldn’t resist taking part! Below you’ll find the rules, as administered by Delly herself, followed by a set of quotes and questions – all Fairy Tale inspired – and I’ll be doing my best to answer each and every one as honestly as I can!