The Bookish Alphabet Tag

Happy National Spouse Day!

I saw Amanda had completed this tag and it looked like a lot of fun! Thanks to Goodreads it’s quite easy to complete.

Here’s what to do:

To complete this tag, all you have to do is search through your shelves and see if you have books that begin with every letter of the alphabet. You only have to own the books you choose, you don’t have to have read them. The word “the” does not count so, for example, “The Hunger Games” would count for “H”.

I’ve read every single book as well!

A After the Storm Castillo, Linda
B Brooklyn Toibin, Colm
C The Crossing Connelly, Michael
D Dumplin’ Murphy, Julie
E Escape Harrell, Janice
F Furiously Happy Lawson, Jenny
G Gluten is My Bitch Peteveaux, April
H Hope After Faith DeWitt, Jerry
I Innocents Coote, Cathy
J January First Schofield, Michael
K Keep Sweet Dominguez Greene, Michelle
L Let The Devil Sleep Verdon, John
M The Melody Lingers On Higgins Clark, Mary
N The New York Regional Mormon Singles Halloween Dance: A Memoir Baker, Elna
O One Plus One Moyes, Jojo
P Peter Pan Must Die Verdon, John
Q Quiverfull: Inside the Christian Patriarchy Movement Joyce, Kathryn
R The Rosie Project Simsion, Graeme
S Still Missing Stevens, Chevy
T Those Girls Stevens, Chevy
U Unorthodox Feldman, Deborah
V Vanishing Acts Picoult, Jodi
W The Witness Wore Red Musser, Rebecca
Y The Year of Living Biblically Jacobs, AJ

I know I have a pretty eclectic taste in books but when I do something like this it becomes even MORE glaringly obvious! I invite anyone to do this tag who wants to. It isn’t too hard if you have the majority of your books already tagged on Goodreads shelves.


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