Animal Crossing Book Tag

Animal Crossing Book Tag


Like everyone else on the planet, I’m extremely addicted to Animal Crossing right now. There are very few days when I do not turn on my faithful Switch to check on my beloved villagers or to make a new custom design (check out the bottom of the post for my island’s Book Nook designs featured in the image above, and my twitter for even more designs), so I was thrilled to find Two Book Thieves had created an Animal Crossing: New Horizons Book Tag which combines our love of Animal Crossing and books! I knew I had to do it, since I’m crazy about both things, so without delay, here it is:



Past Villager – Who is a character you found when you were younger that still has a place in your heart?
Answer: Cimorene from The Enchanted Forest Chronicles. She’s everything a typical princess shouldn’t be and so much more–an absolute kindred spirit.


Blather’s Blatherings – Recommend a historical fiction book that you think everybody should read

Answer: Without a doubt, Pillars of the Earth. Such an epic story that I honestly need to reread ASAP. But I also love anything by Michelle Moran, such as Nefertiti and Cleopatra’s Daughter.  I should reread all of these novels…


Celeste’s Wish – What is a future book release you wish you could read now?
Answer: I hate to pressure the author further, but with absolutely no hesitation, the last entry in the Kingkiller Chronicles by Patrick Rothfuss.


Timmy & Tommy – What is your favourite sibling relationship in a book?
Answer: I really enjoyed Sorcha’s relationship with her brothers in Daughter of the Forest.


The Easter Bunny – A popular book character that you’re not a big fan of
Answer: I was not the biggest fan of Rowan from the Throne of Glass seriesI much prefer Rhysand.


Nook’s Loans – An author you’d give all your money to

A: Patrick Rothfuss and Brandon Sanderson


The Sisters Able – What is your favourite fictional family (found or otherwise)?

Answer: Hmm, off the top of my head, I’m going to say Threadsisters Safi and Iseult from The Witchlands. They always think of each other first and support one another no matter what.


It’s a C+ – What is a book trope you don’t like that keeps popping up?
Answer: Lately I keep running into books where all the characters fit a certain archetype–the scrappy thief, the ruthless warrior with a heart of gold who seeks justice, the chosen one–and feel like more of what the author thinks their readers want than actual original and fully fleshed out characters.


The Wandering Camel – What is your favourite book set in a land far away from yours?
Answer: The first book that comes to mind is Memoirs of a Geisha, which is such a beautiful story.


What Would Dodos Do? – A fictional land you wish you could fly away to at any moment?

Answer: I’m going to have to go with Tamora Pierce’s Tortall. In Tortall, it feels like anything is possible. The world, with it’s female knights who challenge societal norms, girls who can talk to animals, sorcery, and epic romances has captured my imagination since I was a child and just starting out reading fantasy novels.



I’d love to see more answers to this fun and inspired tag! If you’re a fan of Animal Crossing and reading! And for these fans, I thought I’d share my custom designs for making your own Book Nook (pun intended) on Animal Crossing. I’d love to see pictures of your putting them to use on your own island or to see other pictures of your reading areas and designs!


Happy gaming and reading!



Animal Crossing Book Tags



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Animal Crossing Book Tag

Posted May 15, 2020 in Games, Tags

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