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Over 30 Book Tag

I haven’t done a book tag in a while so I went searching for a fun one. Imagine my delight when I found that was dedicated to us book bloggers over the age of 30! It was created by BookTuber InkNotBlood and I’m excited to give it a try.

Here we go…

Name one of your favorite books that features a protagonist who is 30 years old or older.

I finished The Brillaint Live of Eudora Honeysett this past weekend and it was SO GOOD! The main character is 85 years old and her journey and friendship with her 10 year old neighbor stole my heart.

Name a book that represents who you were when you were younger.

This Song Will Save Your Life is such a real representation of the teenage experience when you don’t feel like you belong or fit into the crowd like you’re supposed to. And yes, music can be a life changer and a life saver – trust me, I know.

Name a book that represents where you are in your life now.

At this point Untamed by Glennon Doyle is kind of a guarantee in my life. I reference it or Glennon herself quite often. Be it in my head or aloud and am always following her posts and listening to what she has to say. She has such a way with words and ideas and has truly inspired me to be a stronger and more determined individual.

Name a book that represents something that has never changed about you.

Since I was born I have always had cats in my life. Talk To the Paw follows the comical adventures of a cat named Mac and his need to help the humans around him even if they don’t necessarily want his help. Because cats are the most helpful animals, aren’t they?

Name one of your favorite classics

It feels weird to call The Giver a classic but I guess at this point it is. Or at least a classic from my childhood. I have re-read this book so many different times and each time I pick up something different about it. Simply put, it’s just one of my favorites.

Name a book you like or would like to read that was published in the year you were born.

The original publishing date for Mary Ann Saves The Day was February 1987. It’s hard to believe that it was actually published before I was born considering that this book and its companion books were such a huge part of my early teenage years.

I love the movie Fried Green Tomatoes and have always wanted to read the book that it was based on (Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe). By doing this post, I realized that it was first published in 1987!

Tag You’re IT!

I’m tagging any of my fellow over 30 bloggers!

Leave me your link if you do this book tag.

One thought on “Over 30 Book Tag

  1. I love your book choices! Especially ‘Talk to the Paw’, I’m going to have to read it! I’ll have to try out this tag too. 🤭
    Thanks so much for sharing!🌷

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