Monday, September 16, 2019

Rapid Fire Book Tag

Rapid Fire Book Tag!

Hello everyone and welcome back to my blog! Today I am going to be doing another fun little tag for you. I'm currently experiencing a major mental block and am having such trouble getting through a book. So today I'm just gonna relax and enjoy doing a fun post. I found this tag on The Bibliophile Girl's blog so if you want to go read her answers to these questions just click HERE. It was 2017 back when she did it but I thought it was super fun so I'm going to do it now. I hope you all enjoy it!

E-book or Physical Book?
I prefer physical books. I love the way they feel in my hands and just being able to hold them. 

Paperback or Hardback
Paperback. Always!

Online or In-Store Shopping?
In-Store shopping because I usually buy most of my books at thrift stores.

Trilogies or Series?
Trilogies because it's less commitment.

Heroes or Villains?
Villains because I love evil characters.

A Book You Want Everyone to Read?
We Were Liars by E. Lockhart


Recommend an Underrated Author?
Hmmm.. I am going to say Julie Anne Peters. I never hear her being talked about and I think her books are still relevant to the times.

The Last Book You Finished?
Burn It Down: Women Writing About Anger - Edited by Lilly Dancyger


Weirdest Thing You've Used As A Bookmark?
I would say a baby's sock.

Used Books: Yes or No?
Yes.

Top Three Favorite Genres?
Dystopian, Thriller, Contemporary

Borrow or Buy?
Buy.

Character Or Plot?
Characters. Flat characters can ruin even the best of plots for me.

Long Or Short Books?
Short

Name The First 3 Books You Think Of:
Nadine, With The Fire On High, Pet Semetary



Books That Make You Laugh Or Cry?
Cry, although I also love to laugh.

Our World Or Fictional?
Our World. I like that living in this world means I can travel to any fictional world of my choice at any given time.

Audiobooks: Yes or No?
Yes, but it has to be the right narrator.

Do You Ever Judge A Book By Its Cover?
All the time. It's how I pick out a lot of my books.

Book to Movie or Book to TV?
Book to TV. I feel like book adaptions to tv are have way more detail than adaptions to movies.

A Movie or TV Show That You Preferred to Over The Book?
The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks

Series Or Standalones?
Standalones.


Well that's it for this post! Thank you all so much for visiting my blog and remember to go visit The Bibliophile Girl at her blog to see all her answers for this tag! Remember TAG YOU'RE IT!

See you on the Moon! xo

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