Hello all! It’s time for another tag from another brilliant blogger! Thank you to Hamad from The Book Prescription for tagging me in the Book Blogger Test, definitely go and check out his blog!! 😊
Thank the person who nominated you and add a link to their blog.
Answer the questions asked on this post — don’t stress it’s quick!
Nominate and notify some peeps. 5 preferred.
What are your 3 bookish pet peeves?
- When people borrow books and dog ear the pages
- Spoilers for a series/a specific plot point in a book
- Stickers on the cover of books that don’t peel off just right and leave the cover a bit sticky
Name a perfect reading spot.
My perfect reading spot is either on my bed or sat on the settee with a blanket, some cushions, and a coffee.
Give 3 reading confessions.
- I start skim reading and have to go back and reread parts of the page.
- As much as I think hard backs are beautiful, I would always rather read a paperback.
- I’ve only just given the Kindle a chance, and honestly I’m loving it! The books are a lot cheaper and I can generally fit my tablet into any bag I’m carrying!
When was the last time you cried during a book.
I know I teared up when reading parts of Holding Up The Universe by Jennifer Niven, but I don’t think I cried.
Number of books on your bedside table?
One. And it’s my tablet with my Kindle book on it (Godsgrave by Jay Kristoff)
Favourite reading snack?
Coffee and a cookie, especially shortbread cookies.
What are 3 books you’d recommend to anyone?
- The Harry Potter series
- Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo
- Ready Player One by Ernest Cline
Provide a picture of your bookshelves.
Bookshelf number 1 has a lot of my older books on it and it double stacked. It also has some of my brother’s books on it (his manga etc) and the notebook and books I bought that I used for my dissertation this last year. Bookshelf number 2 is mostly favourites, my Harry Potter shelf, and books I’m planning to read soon, mixed with some of my boyfriend’s bigger books. It’s also got lots of mugs with bookmarks and the like in them.
How much do books mean to you in 3 words?
So so much.
Biggest reading secret?
I don’t know if this is a secret but it’s all I can think of so: I’ve never read any Jane Austen books, and don’t know if I will.
and anyone reading this who fancies completing this tag!
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