3 Days, 3 Quotes Book Tag (The Quote Challenge) #2: Day 1

Hello! I was tagged by Regina @ The Bibliotheque, Tabrizia @ Cup of tea with that book, please & Maryan @ 1booklife  to do the 3 Days, 3 Quotes Challenge. I already did this one before (you can check out those posts here, here and here) but I had so much fun and I love quotes so I thought, why not? Thank you so much, Regina, Tabrizia & Maryan for tagging me! ❤ So, the rules:

  1. Thank the person who nominated you.
  2. Post a quote for 3 consecutive days (1 quote for each day 1 quote per day for each person who tagged me).
  3. Nominate three new bloggers each day.

Let’s get to it!

Confess Quote
I recently finished this book and it was great! This is definitely one of its signature quotes and I really like it.
The Night Circus quotw
A book I recently finished, The Night Circus was an interesting book that had plenty of interesting quote-worthy passages and I figured I’d use one of its quotes that kind of stuck out to me.
Summer of Chasing Mermaids Quote
I really loved this book, I’m so glad I read it! The writing was really beautiful and I simply love the quotes from this book.

I tag:

It’s not an obligation, so feel free to opt out of the tag if you already did it before or if you’re not interested. 🙂 Otherwise, I can’t wait to see your quotes! ❤

Also, what did you think of the above quotes? Have you read the books? Let me know in the comments below, I’d love to hear from you! 😀

Stay bookish!

Analee 10

28 thoughts on “3 Days, 3 Quotes Book Tag (The Quote Challenge) #2: Day 1

  1. Whoa, the quote you chose from Summer of Chasing Mermaids is really beautiful, I’m gonna have to add that to my tbr 🙂 only problem is I’m prone to not liking romance books but idk if I get around to reading it then I’ll see how it goes. xx J

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  2. Love the quotes, especially the last one.

    You know, I was actually pretty excited to read Summer of Chasing Mermaids (especially after Summer’s review on it, did you see it?)… but one of my friends recently read the book and said she didn’t like it, and she was quite, well, discouraging. So now, I’m thinking… maybe I shouldn’t… read it after all? I don’t really know. What would you suggest?


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