The Bookish Prediction Tag

Hello everyone,

It is time for another tag and today it is one that I have seen on several other book blogs recently. Thank you very much to Ellie for nominating me; she is really lovely and writes a wide range of engaging posts, so do make sure you follow her!


  • Pingback to the creator of the tag, Mandy and Sha from Book Princess Reviews.
  • Tag the person who tagged you.
  • Find an answer to match each prompt.
  • Have fun!


What is your next read?

As I type, I am pretty sure that my next read will be The Whisper Man by Alex North. That has been on my TBR for too long and I have kept saying that I need to read it, so it is about time I did!

What do you think will be your next 5-star read?

There is perhaps a reasonable chance that I might give The Whisper Man 5 stars, but then again I am quite particular when it comes to thrillers. So in that case, I would say Mexican Gothic. It has all the makings of a book I should love.

What do you think will be your next 1-star read?

This is a difficult question for to answer as I very rarely give a book a one-star rating, nor do I decide to read a book and expect to hate it. One thing I can say for sure is that my next one-star read will be a book that I find boring or one that contains fundamental flaws.

Who will be your next love interest (or character that seems really cool to you)?

I shall be reading Six Of Crows fairly soon and I have heard all kinds of things about Kaz Brekker, across social media and other book blogs. I would feel slightly let down if I did not find him cool!

What will be the next book you’ll be buying?

There are a few books being released soon that I shall definitely be buying. The Confession by Jessie Burton is *finally* coming out in paperback, so that will be an instant purchase. I also own every book by Shari Lapena, so will be getting her new thriller The End Of Her.

What will be the next book that will leave you with a complete book hangover (and desperately wanting a reread or the next book in the series)?

I think that could be The Once and Future Witches by Alix E. Harrow. I simply cannot wait until that one is released, and her first book The Ten Thousand Doors Of January is right at the very top of the list of books I would like to reread at some point.

I Tag

Chana and Malka

Happy reading 🙂

30 thoughts on “The Bookish Prediction Tag

  1. i love kaz so much!! he’s not a good person at all and his edginess is honestly a little funny when you think about it, but his intelligence and ruthlessness are so admirable 🥺 i guess you could call him my problematic fave


  2. These are some fun books! I have never gotten around to reading Six of Crows, but I have heard great things about it and I hope you enjoy it! I also am excited to read Once and Future Witches! The Ten Thousand Doors of January was such an enjoyable book, so I’m interested to see what the author will write next!

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    1. Yes! I have heard so much about Six of Crows and it will be exciting to finally read it. Once and Future Witches is a massively anticipated read for me, if it is anything like as good as January then it will be amazing! 🙂

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  3. I really enjoyed Mexican Gothic, so I hope you do too!! And I’m pretty sure it’s impossible to read Six of Crows without thinking Kaz is cool 😂 Ahhh I’m probably going to get a book hangover from Alix E Harrow’s new book too…and I cannot wait.

    Thanks so much for tagging me!

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    1. I’m glad you liked Mexican Gothic – so excited for that and The Once and Future Witches! I’m pretty sure I’ll love Kaz like everyone else 😂

      And you’re very welcome!


  4. Thank you so much for the tag, Stephen! The questions are so interesting, and so timely! I can’t wait to see what my answers will be when we finally have time to do another tag!

    The one I know I’ll struggle with no matter when I figure out my answers is the 1 star book question. It’s so rare for me to give a book one star, that I don’t even have a good idea of what kind of flaws a book needs to have to get a single star from me!

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    1. You’re welcome, Malka! I’m really looking forward to your answers, though of course there’s no rush for you to do the tag!

      I very rarely give one star ratings either. It was a tricky question to answer, so I just said that I don’t pick up a book if I expect to really not like it!

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