HELLO! How’re you all doing? Today is Wednesday and that means today’s my posting day and that’s why I’m here today :D.
In today’s post I’ll be doing my second tag.
Yes, I got it, like, forever ago… whoops. It’s the Seven Question Book Tag (in which I’ll attempt to take aesthetic book-ish photographs). Thank ya, Kenechi, for nominating me!
The rules are pretty simple. 1) Thank whoever tagged you. 2) Answer the questions. 3) Tag more people (preferably readers, because, after all, this is a book tag) and give them questions to answer.
I am a reader and I’m a massive fan of stories. I can’t lie though, in the past year I have been reading NOWHERE near as much as I would have liked to *weeps*. Recently, I’ve been reading a wee bit more. I finished reading The Hunger Games and Wonder a few weeks back, but my TBR list is still massive, help! Have you guys read any of those books?… Let me know what you thought of them. I am very pleased to be back to reading a bit more (aside from for school) and I hope I can keep it that way… wish me luck XD.
Oh yes, the questions. Kenechi, these are really good questions! Ok, here’s the first one…
Which of your books has the best cover (include a picture if you can)?
Hmm, I’m not that fussy when it comes to covers. You see, I’m generally not the type that judges a book by it’s cover. Alright, I’m not always that way but I tend to care more about reading the actual book than the cover. I guess, I really like the front cover of Mockingjay. Oooh, it’s so eye-catching and I have an obsession with fire for some reason. Fire inspires my writing a lot, as well as the sun and the sea. But anyways, I had to surf the web for a photo of the exact same cover because I read off a Kindle and the screen’s black and white. But I found a picture…
What is your favorite place to read?
Bed! I mean, firstly, it’s comfy and secondly, my bedroom is the only place I can read, concentrate and relax. Nearly everywhere else I go, there’s someone else there and I can NOT read if somebody is in the same room as me.
What was your favorite childhood book/series?
Ahh, I know the answer to this. I think I was nine when I first started reading the Mandie books by Lois Gladys Leppard. I think I was eleven or twelve when I got the last book, well, actually the author passed away before she finished the series. But did you know that she was twelve when she wrote the first book? I still have the whole collection on my bookshelf. It’s a series of books written for younger children about a one-part Cherokee, young girl who keeps running into all these mysteries and situations and she has to pretty much solve all sorts of mysteries. Meanwhile, she’s learning life lessons along the way. My favourite thing about reading them was solving the mystery before she did XD. Mystery/detective novels used to be my favourite.
What is one movie rendition of a book you love?
Why has my brain gone dead? I can’t think of any renditions I’ve seen! Oh, well there’s The Lord of he Rings, I guess. You know, I never read The Return of the King (please don’t kill me), I intend to start the whole series over again though. But I really liked the movies and the first two books.
How many times have you reread a book?
I think about three times.
Hardcover or paperback?
Apparently, most people prefer hardcover, but I’m weird and I prefer paperback. I don’t fully know why, but I guess they’re easier to hold and they bend 🤔.
With what book have you cried the most?
I’m not a big crier when it comes to books. But A Monster Calls did emotionally move me to having a few pretty bad breakdowns. By the end of it, I was a sobbing wreck. So this book is definitely the one that has made me cry the most. Random fact: anytime I listen to Cancer by My Chemical Romance, I’m immediately reminded of A Monster Calls.
Help! I’m so bad at this. Ok, ok, let me think of some bookworms…
And finally… anybody else who wants to can go right ahead and participate.
1) How did you develop your love for stories?
2) What’s your favourite genre?
3) What book has emotionally moved you the most?
4) In your opinion, why are stories important today?
5) If you could make your very own film based off any one book in the world, which one would it be?
6) Do you prefer historical or fictional books? Either way, why?
7) What’s one thing that can make a book enjoyable for you?
…And there you go, if you’re doing the tag, I hope you have fun answering the questions!
…Annnnnd, I think that pretty much finishes today’s post. Thanks for reading my rambles, now go and have a wonderful day, ok? Ok.