Bookish Tag | The Amsterdam Book Tag

Bookish Tag Time in which I do The Amsterdam Book Tag 🍃

Early Morning, Amsterdam

I spotted this tag on Cátia’s blog – The Girl Who Read Too Much, be sure to check out her blog! She always has fun posts as well as great bookish reviews. The tag was originally created by Michelle over at The Writing Hufflepuff.

I’ve never been to Amsterdam, but it’s one of the places I’d really love to visit some day. It really looks like one of the most beautiful places ever, plus TFIOS takes place here so that’s another reason why I definitely have to go there. But for now, let’s explore Amsterdam more through this tag 🍃

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


These books are majorly cheesy! The romance is cheesy, the plot is cheesy – this book basically screams cheesy. But it is a guilty pleasure read of mine and I really enjoyed the first three books in the series.

 Canal Parade – A Book that Celebrates The LGBT-Community.


You Know Me Well is like my favourite LGBTQ book! Not only does it feature a m/m relationship, it also features a f/f relationships – in the same book, isn’t that great! Beside the fact that LGBTQ is fully represented it’s just also a very heart-warming, comforting book that I think more people should read.

 Anne Frank House – A Book That Made you Cry.


I cry while reading most books that are emotional, but the book I’ve probably cried the most in (besides Harry Potter) was Dear John by Nicholas Sparks. It’s just such a raw, real and emotional book and it’s even sadder than how the movie portrayed it.

 Museum Square –  An Artsy Book.


I think the artsy-est book I own is the illustrated edition of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. Those beautiful illustrations count as art, right?

 Pigeons, Pigeons Everywhere – An Annoying Character.

City of Bones

I don’t think I’ve ever mentioned her, but Clary Fray from The Mortal Instruments was quite annoying. She likes to follow her own head and then need other peoples help to get her out of the mess she has created.

 Red White Blue – Recreate The Dutch Flag Using Books.


So for this fun tag, I’m tagging:

Ola @ Ola Reads Books

Amy @ Inky Spells

Ashley & Veronica @ City Girl Scapes

Stephanie @ Adventures of a Bibliophile

Louise @ Genie Reads

Fernanda @ Mystery Date With A Book

Heather @ The Sassy Book Geek

michelle-2 Bookstagram  Goodreads  Twitter


15 thoughts on “Bookish Tag | The Amsterdam Book Tag

    1. The Selection really doesn’t have much body to it. It’s really just a fluffly read for when you want to take your mind of things and not really concentrate. Consider yourself tagged if you want to do it 😊


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