Rapid Fire Book Tag!

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I wasn’t tagged for this, but found this one at https://fandomlybookish.wordpress.com/ and had to do it! I’d like to thank her for bringing this one to my attention. Please check out her blog for book reviews, blog tours & more if you haven’t yet. Here’s her TAG.

This one is the Rapid Fire Book Tag and I guess it was originally made by GirlReading over Youtube, so be sure to stop by and check her out HERE.

Continue reading for the Q&A

 


My Answers:

Question 1: E-Book or Physical Book? 

Both. I think the advantage to the eBooks on the Kindle app is the dictionary. I love that I can just click a word and see the definition. Not only that, it’s easier to read in the middle of night and doesn’t require additional light. 

Question 2 : Paperback or Hardback?

Softcovers. I have a thing about them, the way they feel and sound. It’s weird!

Question 3 : Online or In-Store Book Shopping?

Both. I love visiting Barnes & Noble, but enjoy the online deals as well. Plus, with Amazon Prime, you can have a book delivered to your door in a matter of 2 days! That’s amazing!

Question 4 : Trilogies or Series?

I’ll read both, but probably prefer Trilogies most.

Question 5 : Heroes or Villains?

This question is a little hard for me, but I’m going with Villains. They’re always interesting!

Question 6 : A book you want everyone to read?

Until Tuesday by Luis Carlos Montalván. – 5*****

Question 7 : Recommend an underrated book?

Just Around the Bend: Más o Menos by Renée Paule. It’s very interesting and really gets your mind turning! 5*****

Question 8 : The last book you finished?

My Lovely Wife in the Psych Ward by Mark Lukach. – 4****

Question 9 :The Last Book(s) You Bought?

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey – The Visual Companion by Jude Fisher.

Question 10 : Weirdest Thing You’ve Used as a Bookmark?

My cell phone 🙂

Question 11 : Used Books: Yes or No?

YES – I love used book sales and it’s one of the most exciting places that I can think to go. 

Question 12 : Top Three Favorite Genres?

Non-Fiction, Memoir, & Various YA.

Question 13 : Borrow or Buy?

I love my library so I have to say borrow because I borrow more than I buy. I don’t buy new books that often, but do buy many from used sales. 

Question 14 : Characters or Plot?

Hmm, characters. I love good character development. 

Question 15 : Long or Short Books?

Both, but it depends how good it is. I really enjoyed The Count of Monte Cristo and A Little Life, which are super long, but others that are just okay, I drag through. I don’t like that and I’m a person that rarely if ever DNF’s books. 

Question 16 : Long or Short Chapters?

Short chapters!

Question 17 : Name The First Three Books You Think Of…

Wintersong  by S. Jae-Jones

The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien

Beauty and the Beast: Lost in a Book by Jennifer Donnelly

Question 18 : Books That Makes You Laugh or Cry?

Cry. I love emotional books that make me feel something. 

Question 19 : Our World or Fictional Worlds?

Both, but mainly Our World.

Question 20 : Audiobooks: Yes or No?

Yes! I love audible! 

Question 21 : Do You Ever Judge a Book by its Cover?

Yes, I wouldn’t say judge, but covers have a tendency to bait me! 

Question 22 : Book to Movie or Book to TV Adaptations?

Book to movie.

Question 23 : A Movie or TV-Show You Preferred to its Book?

Hunger Games – Love the actors.

Question 24 : Series or Standalone?

Standalone. I’m not huge on series.


I’m not going to tag anyone because I wasn’t tagged, but if you like this one, feel free to do it! I’d love to see your answers. These tags are a great way to get to know one another. Thanks for reading!

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14 thoughts on “Rapid Fire Book Tag!

  1. Nel

    Love this tag!! The questions are great questions for bookworms and I like that they’re “rapid fire” type so you can surprise yourself with your own answers, lol

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