The Cat Markings Book Tag

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Hello Everyone!

It’s Thursday, which makes it the perfect day for a book tag! Today I’m doing the Cat Markings Book Tag, which I was tagged to do by Kerri! This tag was originally created by Laura at The Corner of Laura. I really like cats. I have a black and white cat named Scamper, and every day when I wake up at 7 a.m., I wonder how such a small creature can be so loud and how he has so much control over my schedule. Anyways! Let’s get to the questions!

The Rules

  • Link back to the original creator (The Corner of Laura) and link back to this page(otherwise, the original creator won’t get a notification).
  • Thank whoever tagged you and link back to their post (Thanks for the tag, Kerri!)
  • (Optional) Use the graphics and don’t forget to credit the original creator (The graphics were also created by Laura @ The Corner of Laura)
  • (Optional) Tag 5 or more other people.


I think The Beast and the Bethany by Jack Meggitt-Philips deserves much more hype. It’s popular in my little corner of the internet because of the blog tours hosted by The Write Reads, but I would love to see this book everywhere because it is such a good book.


It’s been a long time since I’ve read a book with great disability rep. I’ve read some books with disability rep, but none of them have stood out as good rep. However, right now, I’m listening to Happily Ever Afters by Elise Bryant, and even though I’m not very far into it yet, it appears that the disability rep in it is quite good.


I have lots of favourite male characters, but one of my favourites is Hercule Poirot. Hercule Poirot is very consistent, and I like knowing exactly what I’m going to get when I pick up a book featuring him. It also helps that he’s very peculiar and amusing, making him a delightful character to read about.


I have lots of favourite female characters, but Lucy Hutton from The Hating Game by Sally Thorne. I love that she works in publishing, I like how sassy she is, and I love her.


I would love to be best friends with Emily from Well Met by Jen DeLuca. She seems like a lot of fun, and I would definitely spend my summer being a bar wench with her at the Renaissance Faire.


This was a very hard question to answer, but after much consideration, I came up with Jamieson Hawthorne from The Inheritance Games by Jennifer Lynn Barnes. I feel like all of the Hawthorne Brothers would be the life and soul of the party because they’re wealthy, well-dressed, and attractive, but Jamieson would probably be the highlight.


I absolutely adore the gang from Truly Devious by Maureen Johnson. This squad will always be my answer for any question regarding #SquadGoals because I love all of the characters, I like how they complement each other, and I think they’re all amazing.

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