#FaeFriday was created to help fill the hole in Kristy’s life after #FridayFavorites was discontinued. The idea behind this weekly blog prompt is that each Friday will have a bit of magic sparkled on it with a bookish prompt inspired by the Fair Folk! #FaeFriday is the creation of Kristy from Caffeinated Fae! This blog tag would not have been possible without the help & encouragement from Leah at www.leahs-books.com! If you have a prompt idea, please contact me, and you’ll get credit if/when it’s used!
To participate in Fae Friday, please do the following:
- Link back to this page on Caffeinated Fae.
- If the prompt idea is from another blog, link to that blog as well.
- Use #FaeFriday when posting to social media so we can all find each other!
- Participate when you can & have fun with the prompt!
**Feel free to use my Fae Friday cover image on your posts!**
Now that you know what the rules are, here are the prompts!
November 12th: With many of my friends participating in NaNoWriMo, I want to know if you’re participating in NaNoWriMo, and if you are, what are you writing? If you’re not participating, what are some books you’ve enjoyed that were written during NaNoWriMo?
November 19th: As Black Friday & Cyber Monday draw closer, we are seeing some fantastic book sales! What are some of your recent purchases that you’re excited to read?
November 26th: Hanukkah is coming up soon so the prompt today is: What are some books by Jewish authors that you have enjoyed?
December 3rd: We all have those little pet peeves and things that instantly ruin or pull us out of a story. That is why today’s prompt is: what is something in a book that instantly pulls you out of the story?
December 10th: Holidays books are selling out quickly, and Christmas music is in the air. That is why I want to know What are some of your favorite holiday books? (Psst, this is any holiday and not just Christmas).
December 17th: The Winter Solstice is coming up, which means it’s time to embrace the snow! What are some books that you’ve enjoyed that feature winter?
December 24th: Merry Christmas Eve (if you celebrate)! We’re taking a break today.
December 31st: Happy New Year! The year is drawing to a close which is why I want to know: What are some of your favorite bloggers during 2021?