Tag: This or That Book Tag

Today’s tag is once again inspired by the lovely Kris over at Boston Book Reader here on WordPress. While I wasn’t explicitly tagged to do this post it seemed like it could be a fun one to try out, and thus I present, without further adieu, my contribution to the This or That Book Tag.

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Reading on the bed or the couch? 

Reading in bed, it’s more cozy.

Male main character or female main character? 

I tend to pick up books that are female driven, but if the book is really good, it doesn’t matter to me which type of character is leading the charge.

Sweet snacks or salty snacks when you are reading? 

No snacks. Snacks can damage the pages, duh!

Trilogies or Quartets? 

Can I say neither in favour of duologies? Two books in a series are easier to manage than say three, four, or five. Unless it is Harry Potter, then seven is good.

First person point of view or third person point of view? 

I prefer third person, as I find it helps me connect with the characters more when the pronouns ‘he, she, it, they, him, her’ are being used in favour of first person which is ‘I, me, we, and us.’

Reading at night or in the morning? 

Reading at any point is always a bonus in my book, but I find that if I read at night I get a better sleep, so, night I guess?

Libraries or bookstores? 

Always bookstores. Always.

Books that make you laugh or cry? 

I don’t typically outwardly laugh or cry at books, but if a book is good enough to elicit a physical response, why choose?

Black book covers or white book covers? 

Like with the dust jackets off, or the dust jackets? I don’t understand.

Character driven or plot driven? 

Character driven stories because if the characters are good but the plot is sub par I’ll still be entertained, where as if it was reversed I think I wouldn’t continue.

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And those are my questions for the This or That Book Tag. Want to answer the questions but haven’t been tagged? Take this as me tagging you and leave a comment or a link to your post below!


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