This was an exciting event in my little corner of the bookblogging world. I love reading Tags and often take part in them just because they appeal to me. However, this week I was actually tagged to take part which is a first!!!!! Thank you Laura for creating this fun tag and for tagging me to do it.
The tag was created by Laura after being inspired by a tag created by Phoenix @ Books with Wings. The intention is to celebrate the good things that happened in 2021. Laura also created the graphics that I’ve used to so please pop along to her site to read the original post.
- Link back to the original creator (The Corner of Laura) and link back to this page (otherwise, the original creator won’t get a notification).
- Thank whoever tagged you and link back to their post
- (Optional) Use the graphics and don’t forget to credit the original creator (Text prompts are at the end of the tag if you’d prefer to use those)
- (Optional) Tag 5 or more other people.
I absolutely loved this book when I read it last year and certainly hope that they live happily after.
The brilliant character of Mephi was one of my favourite parts of this book.
Science plays a huge part in the third part of this amazing book.
I definitely felt that this was a real celebration of British Nigerian culture
I really loved this historical fantasy set in Shanghai and can’t wait to read the sequel.
Kaz Brekker is definitely a kick ass disabled character. This still seems to be an area where there is still a lack of representation in books as I couldn’t think of many protagonists with physical disabilities.
I’m not tagging anyone but if you’ve enjoyed reading this post, then consider yourself tagged.
Thanks again to Laura for the tag and for tagging me.
5 thoughts on “The 2021 Good News Tag”
Kaz Brekker is a great choice and I agree: we need more disabled protagonists! Thanks so much for doing my tag and I’m very happy to be your first tagger.
I’ve only read Six of Crows from this list, and I’ll agree he is a kick-ass disabled person!
Great choices Janette. Some of these are on my TBR including Six of Crows and These Violent Delights of which I’ve read nothing but good things.
The Six of Crows duology is brilliant.
I must get to them sometime soon