Book Tag: Two Truths and a Lie

Image by Reader Voracious – feel free to use in your post!

I was tagged to do this by What’s She Reading? – thanks, girl!

How to participate:

  • Create a post with your two bookish truths and one bookish lie – but be sure to keep it a secret so your readers can guess!
  • Reveal the lie in a spoiler at the bottom of your post – you can use this HTML code:

(unfortunately this code isn’t working for me… so I improvised!)

That’s it! Here are my statements:

  1. I have recorded several introductory Booktube videos but have been too afraid to post any of them.
  2. There’s something inside of me that does not let myself DNF books, even if I’m not enjoying them.
  3. I prefer buying books used rather than brand-new, even though I know that it provides less support to the authors.

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This is time for you to think about your guess…

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Which one’s the lie?

Number one! I LOVE watching Booktube and I’ve toyed with the idea of starting a channel, but I haven’t gone so far as to actually film anything – yet!

Did ya get it right? 🙂

I tag the bloggers below – apologies if any of you have already been tagged or have even already done it! Happy Friday!!

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5 thoughts on “Book Tag: Two Truths and a Lie

    • Jordyn says:

      Haha I don’t know what it is, I just HAVE to finish books and figure out how they end!! And I love YouTube in general so much, just recently got into Booktube. Like audiobooks, it’s nice to have something to watch/listen to while doing other things!!

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      • What's She Reading? says:

        I can totally see that! In recent years I’ve gotten A LOT better at DNFing. I just don’t have time to read books I’m not enjoying! Though, I will say, most of the books I DNF are super predictable, so it’s not actually that much of a mystery how they end.

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  1. Kaleena @ Reader Voracious says:

    Glad that you did the tag, I love seeing everyone’s truths and lies in the community!

    I am the same with DNFing books, actually. I struggle really hard with wanting to give it a fair shot and get to the end, but I am working on letting go when I am not enjoying it. Slowly.

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