I was tagged by the sweet and wonderful Lauren for the #QandABookishEdition to get bookish lovers to get to know each other better.

I love this idea as I really don’t know many of my bookish friends that well so this is a wonderful tag.

Q. What’s your name, and where are you from?

A. Joey-Susan or Joey, I’m from Leicester, England

Q. An interesting/random fact about yourself?

A. I’m a collector: Jellycat bunnies, 18″ inch dolls, washi tape, journals, bookmarks. I’ve always had something to collect in my life.

Q. Other than reading, what are your other favourite hobbies?

A. Writing I adore writing I have a gazillion stories on the go, I also wrote poetry it’s fun. Other than that watching movies and tv shows, I love journaling, and listening to music and singing to it.

Q. What are you reading at the moment?

A. Way too many books right now.

Poptastic by Victoria Holmes

The Book of Us by Andrea Michael

The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame

The Secret Garden by Frances Hidgsin Burnett (re-read)

The 57 Lives of Alex Wayfare by M.G Buherlen

And a few more than that too.

Q. Favourite Genre?

A. Currently, it’s Middle Grade. But I love so many other genres too.

Q. How many unread books are on your shelf!?

A. I honestly haven’t ever counted I’d say around 100 but not certain.

Q. One of your favourite books that you’ve ever read?

A. The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Mary Ann Shaffer I love this book it is so good and I love the style of it being written in letter form.

Q. Favourite book you’ve read so far this year?

A. Story Magic by Laurel Gale and Kite at the Edge of the World by Katy Grant joint they were both incredible reads.

Q. Your Favourite Author?

A. I don’t really have one any more.

Q. An underrated book that you loved?

A. The Strange and Beautiful Sorrows of Ava Lavender By Leslye Walton, this book is seriously so good and one of my favourite books but I never see anyone talk about it or that they’ve ever read it and I don’t get why as this is incredible.

Q. A book that you didn’t enjoy and thought was overrated?

A. We Were Liars by E. Lockhart. This one had always stuck with me as I read it due to how popular it was and it was awful and way over hyped I didn’t get it or understand what people liked about it.

Q. How many books did you read in March and what are you aiming for this month?

A. I read 13 in March which is a lot for me, for April I’ve already read 3 and would like to read another 6 maybe would be great.

Thanks for the tag Lauren, if you want to do this tag please do but credit Lauren as she made the original post.


5 thoughts on “Get to know each other: Bookish Edition- Part 1

    1. Awesome, I don’t watch booktube, but I’m so happy that someone loves it and is always recommending it. It’s such a good book.


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