I’ve been meaning to do this tag for a while, and since it’s the holidays, I thought I would do something more fun.
- Mention the creator of the tag
- Thank you to Ayunda @ Tea and Paperbacks for creating this!
- Thank the blogger who tagged you!
- Thank you to Bertie @ Luminosity Library for tagging me!
- Tag 10 other people to do the tag and spread the love!
Reading on the couch or on the bed?
Definitely reading on the couch, I just find it more comfortable to sit on a couch to read than on a bed.
Sweet or salty snacks while reading?
I don’t usually snack while reading, but occasionally I eat ice cream as a dessert, so I probably lean more towards sweet.
Trilogies or Quartets?
I don’t read that many series, but I prefer trilogies. They tend to have a tighter plot with less unnecessary subplots, which I think tends to happen the longer a series is.
First person or third person POV?
Generally third person, though there are some exceptions. Third person typically gives a broader overview of the story, and I find first person point of view to be a bit irritating because it can focus too much on the main character’s thoughts.
Night or Morning reader?
The way my schedule is, I don’t have any time to read in the morning, so I read mostly in the afternoon and evening. Even when I have time to read in the morning, I usually don’t, and I’m not sure why, I just find it more enjoyable to read later in the day.
Libraries or bookstores?
Libraries because my local library is excellent; they have a good selection of books. If they don’t have a book I want, then they can deliver from another library, so I never really have any issues with not being able to find a copy of a book I want to read. I do buy books occasionally, but I borrow books more than I buy them.
Books that make you laugh or make you cry?
Books that make me cry because that would mean that I grew very attached to the characters and the story, and it would be a book I really loved.
Black or White book covers?
It depends on the book, though I like both. I think it depends upon the book because some covers can look awful in white, and some look too dark in black, but if the cover is well-designed then it can look great in both.
Character driven or plot driven?
Character driven, because I’m typically more invested in the characters than the plot, and the characters are what keep me interested in a book.
- Rucha @ Between Pages
- Tess @ Unbound Library
- Sam @ Literary Delirium
- Ashmita @ The Fictional Journal
- Margaret @ Weird Zeal
- Riddhi @ Whispering Stories
No pressure to do this tag if you don’t want to. If I didn’t tag you and you want to do this tag, then consider yourself tagged!