The Amsterdam Book Tag

Happy Thursday Friday! It’s almost the weekend, thank goodness!

Usually Thursdays are Tag Days, but I couldn’t finish it so I’m posting today! I get to thank the awesome Orang-utan Librarian for tagging me to The Amsterdam Book Tag. Check out her post (and blog) here! Thank you!! :)

I was lucky enough to visit Amsterdam as well back in the summer of 2012. Ah memories. Anyways, let’s get to the tag shall we?

Why Do We Have So Many Cheese Stores In One Street – A Cheesy Read

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I don’t know about cheesy, but Playing for Keeps by R.L. Matthewson book definitely made smile (and laugh). But I guess this would be a romantic comedy and those tend to be on the cheesy side sometimes.

Canal Parade – A Book that Celebrates The LGBT – Community

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It’s been awhile since I read this book, but it came up as a LGBT book. And I absolutely loved The Perks of Being a Wallflower.

Anne Frank House – A Book That Made you Cry

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I knew it was coming yet it still made me cry.

Museum Square – An Artsy Book

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I was going through my read books on Goodreads and my eye caught The Great Gatsby and for some reasons it clicked with being an artsy book.

Pigeons, Pigeons Everywhere – An Annoying Character

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This was a little hard, but then I thought of this book and the main character Scarlett. I don’t remember her being a character I liked all that much.

Red White Blue – Recreate The Dutch Flag Using Books

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I Tag . . .

Larkin at Wonderfilled Reads

Stephanie at Adventures of a Bibliophile

Jesse at Books at Dawn

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