I was tagged by the awesome Bentley @bookbastion for this fun tag, so don’t forget to check out his blog when you have a moment.
Thanks for taggin me & please feel free to tag me anytime!! It’s been a while since I’ve participated in one of these, so here it goes:
Reading on the Bed or the Couch?
(If only my room looked like this 😜)
Definitely bed! It’s the only kid free zone I have in my house. LOL. Unless I’m at work. The I read at my desk when it’s not busy.
Male Main Character or Female Main Character?
I’m not picky as long as the story and writing is good. I feel like it becomes redundant when it’s always the same type of character, so changing it up is always needed in my books.
Sweet Snacks or Salty Snacks while reading?
oooh..salty..wait, sweet! umm..how bout both? It really depends on my mood, but I actually don’t really snack while I’m reading. I save those for movie nights.
Trilogies or Quartets?
With the exception of Harry Potter, 3 books would be the max I’d say..unless it’s a graphic novel. Otherwise, I find the story eventually fades and becomes pointless.
Reading First Person or Third Person POV?
I think this really depends on the storyline. I’m a fan of multiple POV’s, especially if it’s a mystery/thriller. Makes the characters a little more unreliable.
Reading at Night, or in the Morning?
It starts off at night and ends in the wee hours of the morning. My only free time is right before bed, and this is the time I always choose to read or watch something on the tube.
Libraries or Bookstores?
Again, this depends on the book. I have started to take advantage of the library this year to help pinch a few pennies. Now, I only buy books if it’s a limited edition or a comic book (yes..I’m old-ER and still refer to them as comics).
Ebooks have been quite popular for me out of convenience. Since I read at night and in my bed, I like using my phone to read. It’s probably the worse thing for my eyes, but I like it! I can read without turning on a night light and disturbing my hubby who’s a light sleeper.
Books that make you laugh or cry?
Always laugh! I don’t like sad stories.
Black book covers or white covers?
HMM..I’m more drawn to black, but in the end it depends on cover art. If the book has a pretty cover, and let’s not kid ourselves here, we ALL love pretty covers! Then the colour doesn’t really matter. I’m all about variety.
Character driven or Plot driven?
I’d say this one is hard to answer, because again, it depends on the genre and nature of the story. If it reads like a soap opera, then character driven. If it’s a crime or YA novel, then you need a bit of both.