This or That & 3 Days, 3 Quotes

This or That

RULES:

1. Mention the person on whose blog you saw this tag. (Okay so she didn’t tag me for this one BUT she tagged me for the 3 days, 3 quotes & I decided to do both – THANK YOU, SARA @ THE BIBLIOPHAGIST!)
2. Tag up to 10 people.
3. Post the rules.

Hardcover or Paperback?

I prefer hardcover for reading. They hold up a little better than paperbacks (I’m always so worried that I’m going to break the spine). With that being said, I would say that a majority of the books I read are actually digital… :/

Reading while sitting or lying down?

Sitting…. if I lay down I WILL fall asleep. LOL.

Fantasy or contemporary?

If I had to only pick one, I would lean toward contemporary. I read a lot more contemporary novels. This feels like a strange question though – shouldn’t it be ‘contemporary or historical’? – in that case I pick historical.

Bookstagram/book Twitter or book blogger?

I like taking pictures of books but I’m not sure if I’m all that good at it. I need more props!! πŸ™‚ Even so, I’ve really enjoyed the writing part of this blog so I’d have to pick book blogger.

Standalone or series?

This is hard! I suppose I’m going to have to say series – if I really love something, I want it to keep going. And if I think about some of my absolute favorite books of all time, most of them are actually part of a series.

Plot or characters more significant to you in a novel?

Characters make or break a novel to me. Even if the story is amazing, I don’t think it will work if the characters aren’t believable. And I’ve read some AMAZING character driven novels that really have very little plot and I loved them.

First POV or third POV?

It doesn’t matter as long as I actually like the characters. I prefer to WRITE characters in the third POV.

Audiobooks or ebooks?

Ebooks all the way. I’ve tried to get into audiobooks but I only really like them if the narrator is someone famous with an amazing voice (i.e. Benedict Cumberbatch) or if the author is narrating their own work (i.e. Neil Gaiman).

I TAG:

  • If you are reading this then I tag YOU … but only if you want πŸ™‚

 

3 Days, 3 Quotes

I was tagged byΒ SARA @ THE BIBLIOPHAGIST. Thank you so much for welcoming me to the blogging community Sara <3. I haven’t been at this for very long & I’m happy to know you :).

The Rules
1. Thank the person who nominated you
2. Post a quote for 3 consecutive days (1 quote for each day)
3. Nominate three new bloggers each day

β€œIt’s not life or death, the labyrinth. Suffering. Doing wrong and having wrong things happen to you. That’s the problem. Bolivar was talking about the pain, not about the living or dying. How do you get out of the labyrinth of suffering?”
― John Green,Β Looking for Alaska

I read this book waaaaaay back when it was first published. (Goodreads tells me this was 2005.) Still one of my favorites.

Tag:

I have no one to tag because I just started blogging last week πŸ™‚ I know that is the point with these but I was grateful to Sara for tagging me and wanted to play along. Give me a couple months and I’ll have a bigger community to tag from.

With that being said, if you’re reading this, I tag you πŸ™‚

 

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