Tag #42: The Rainbow Book Tag

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Image Credit: THE JOUSKA

Thrice Read did this awesome tag!

Here’s the link to their post:


The Rules:

  • Thank the lovely person that tagged you!
  • It must be the dominant color of the cover, not the spine!
  • It has to be a book you own or the exact copy that you read. (Ex: There are two copies of The Hate U Give, choose the cover of the copy you read)
  • If you do not own a book of the certain cover, choose one that has the color somewhere on it.
  • Tag some people do it! Whether they are bloggers, bookstagrammers, or booktubers. Spread the love!
  • Make it a game or do the tag as originally intended.

Red

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Image Credit: Noree Cosper

Orange

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Image Credit: Paste Magazine

Yellow

The Help

Image Credit: Goodreads

Green

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Image Credit: Book Revels

Blue

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Image Credit: LitReactor

Turquoise

The Vacationers

Image Credit: Amazon

Purple

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Image Credit: Adazing

Pink

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Image Credit: Fab Lexile

Brown

angels-and-demons

Image Credit: Amazon

White

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Image Credit: Savvy Book Writers

Black

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Image Credit: Stephenie Meyer


Tag – You’re It!


This was a fun tag! I love color, and I love the different covers that books have!


Until the next headline, Laura Beth 🙂

12 thoughts on “Tag #42: The Rainbow Book Tag

  1. That tag is so cool! And those books look awesome!

  2. Thank you so much for thinking of me!! It was very sweet to have you tag me.

    Unfortunately, I’m not doing tags right now. If that changes, I’ll put it up. I made a separate page for it on my WordPress. Maybe I should do a quick post about it? 🙂

    • You’re so welcome!

      I completely understand. I appreciate your honesty, and kindness. Some people have not been so kind with me tagging them.

      You’re more than welcome to do a post about it, but there’s no pressure from me. I appreciate your acknowledgment!

      • No worries! I don’t see the point in being rude when someone tags me in something, even if I don’t want to do them right now.

        I think it means something that a person thought of me, or was interested in what answers I might have to a particular tag, when they tag me. Perhaps some other people don’t look at it that way?

        Oh, I know! I wouldn’t make a post specifically for you. You’re not the only one who has tagged me in the past year or so. I have a separate page up on my blog, like the “about me” page, but it’s not something I put on my blog.

        Who knows? Maybe I should start doing tags! At least that way I’d post something!! LOL 😀

      • I don’t believe in being rude, either!

        I agree with you! That’s the way I see it, too. It’s very thoughtful.

        Haha! Everyone has different reasons. Your blog is your own thing. I originally wasn’t sure about doing tags myself, but then I realized it was really fun, and something different to post!

      • Trust me, I respect people’s choice to do tags or not do tags. I think it’s fun to read their answers to questions like these, getting to know someone in a different way than you might otherwise.

        Still, I see it this way – you’re already posting your own content on a regular basis. As I don’t post often enough for my own liking, I would post solely tag posts if I did them! 🙂

      • Agreed!

  3. Thanks for the tag, I’ve not done a tag for ages so looking forward to this one! 🙂

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