The Bookworm’s Tag: #BookTagTuesday

Scheduled this too early, guys…(Haha! Whoops!) but, here you go anyway. 😉

I was tagged by Maith@JovialPages.

Rules:

  • Thank and link to the blogger who nominated you.
  • Include the tag graphic in your post.
  • Answer the ten questions the blogger asked.
  • Nominate between five and ten bloggers.
  • Ask your nominees ten book-related questions!
  • Don’t feel bound to these rules.
  • (Most importantly) Have fun!

Which book which made you a bibliophile?

All of them! Haha! The very first BOOK, book I read was the first Hattie book when I was five. (I’m not sure who the author is…) That’s where it all began.

What is the most cliché thing any author can include in books?

Love at first site, or “everybody loves the main character for no apparent reason” trope. Ya know, cause that is totally what it is called. 😉

Who is the biggest bookworm you know?

I don’t personally know any CRAZY bookworms. Although there are several in the blogging world, Julie@OneBookMore and Anne@MadameWriter are probably the biggest bookworms.

Which book would you carry on a road trip or long airplane ride?

Whichever one I’m reading at the time…

Do you prefer series or stand-alone books? Why?

Series! Because there is more of the story, characters, and world!

If you could write a book, which genre would it be in?

Fantasy!!!

Which fictitious character felt so real, that they seemed to be like your sibling or close friend?

Oof, that is a hard one…um…Katniss from The Hunger Games or Tanwen from The Weaver Trilogy.

The best book to movie adaptation, according to you…

Though the LOTR and Hobbit adaptations are great, they are not the best because they had to cut so much stuff to make it a normal movie trilogy length. Within their limits, the movies are still awesome! However, I think the most accurate book-to-movie adaption is probably The Hunger Games. They really got everything as close to the T as possible! It is really cool!

Are you a paperback or e-book person?

Hardback…can’t that be an option? FINE! Paperback. I REALLY don’t like e-books. There is just something about being able to hold the physical book that is so…I don’t know…great!

Your favorite book bloggers?

OH MY GOSH!! I hate these kind of questions! It feels like picking favorites! ONE book blogger that I really like, though, is Cherelle@ABoltOutofaBook.


Tags:

Questions:

  • What is your favorite childhood book?
  • Where do you find the most comfortable to read?
  • Book or ebook?
  • Which author do you believe to be the most poetic in his or her book’s?
  • What was the grittiest and raw book you’ve read?
  • What is a turn-off in a book for you?
  • What makes you DNF a book?
  • If there were ONE fandom that you were able to live in for the rest of your life, which would it be?
  • What is the best line you’ve read in a book?
  • What book has the worst ending that you’ve read so far?


Well, that’s all for this tag! Feel free to do this tag even if you weren’t tagged. What has been your favorite tag that you’ve done? Thanks for reading, guys! God bless!

Ciao.

Kindness is not an act, it is a lifestyle.

Anthony Douglas

18 thoughts on “The Bookworm’s Tag: #BookTagTuesday”

      1. Lol – while they’re in school, I read a bunch. They’re distance learning and in a good routine, which leaves me quite a bit of time. Plus, I have one in highschool and one in middle school, so they’re pretty self sufficient with school work (for the most part). My youngest is in 4th grade and needs a bit more one-on-one, but when she’s working, I’m usually reading or reviewing.
        I also read once they go to bed, and I stay up pretty late, so I get a good 3 -4 hours of reading time at night.
        I read a lot in the car too. My husband’s driving scares me to death, so I read rather that look at the road! lol Basically, wherever and whenever I can squeeze in time to read, I do. Diehard Bookworm!!!! hahaha

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      2. Oh, nice! Yeah, that probably makes it easier. Oh, wow, that’s pretty good time…but it is still amazing that you can read that fast! Do you ever get reading slumps? Haha! My dad drives the same way and nearly give my mom heart attacks. Haha!
        Respect, Julie! I wish I could give you a digital chest thump. Haha!

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      3. Hahaha – I’m definitely a fast reader. I do get into reading slumps occasionally. That’s when I either go back to one of of my faves or I pick up a book that I really want to read but put off. Usually it gets me out of a slump. Hahaha- digital chest thump – I’ll take it!! Great chatting with you! 🙂

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  1. Haha thanks for tagging me Millay! The “everybody loves the main character for no apparent reason” trope is definitely cliche…and loving hardcovers are so relatable haha. I hope I can get to your questions soon, I would love to share those answers!! Hope you’re having a great day 😀

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