Rapid Fire Book Tag!

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Thank you!

I want to give a huge thank you to Mandy @ Book Princess Reviews for tagging me! This looks like a lot of fun! Let’s get started!


EBOOKS OR PHYSICAL BOOKS?

I don’t care really. I like buying books at stores and looking at their pretty covers, but I also find it easier to read books on a device instead.

PAPERBACK OR HARDBACK?

I prefer either. I like hardbacks because their so pretty, but they take up too much space on my shelf and are more expensive than paperback books.

ONLINE OR IN-STORE BOOK SHOPPING?

In store shopping. I like being surrounded my multitudes of books. πŸ˜€

TRILOGIES OR SERIES?

Trilogies. I loose interest if the series is really long, but there are some exception. However I did get pretty tired of reading some of my favorite series, just because they seem to be dragging around a lot.

HEROES OR VILLAINS?

For books, I take hero. If it’s a movie or a comic, I always chose the villain. I don’t really know why I separate them like this, it’s just my brain being weird.

A BOOK YOU WANT EVERYONE TO READ?

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It’s really amazing! You need this in your life!

RECOMMEND AN UNDERRATED BOOK.

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This book is genius! I love it so much, y’all need it!

THE LAST BOOK YOU FINISHED?

I just finished the third book to Noragami.

It’s a manga, but it’s the latest thing on my Goodreads.

WEIRDEST THING YOU USED AS A BOOKMARK?

I just use Post-Its or receipts really, nothing extravagant or odd.

USED BOOKS, YES OR NO?

Yes, they’re cheaper. I love going into used bookstores, but they’re not always updated on the latest books. That’s why I go to B&N more, but it’s so expensive I’m going broke.

TOP THREE FAVORITE GENRES?

Fantasy, Contemporary, Mystery.

BORROW OR BUY?

Borrow. It’s cheap. Also my bookshelf is almost full. T~T

CHARACTERS OR PLOT?

Characters 100%. I focus on characters a lot more, and when I write, I try to bring them out more than the plot. (That’s why I’m so bad with making a story, I just write about the characters and avoid anything with plot.Β T~T)

LONG OR SHORT BOOK?

I used to favor longer books, but now I’m not so picky. I don’t have a lot of time nowadays, so short books are easier for me to get through.

LONG OR SHORT CHAPTERS?

I like short chapters.

NAME THE FIRST THREE BOOKS YOU THINK OF.

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BOOKS THAT MAKE YOU LAUGH OR CRY?

I like laughing, so I’m more into books that have some comedy into them. But I also like being flooded with feels now and then.

OUR WORLD OR FICTIONAL WORLDS?

Fictional worlds!

AUDIOBOOKS: YES OR NO?

No, I prefer reading the words instead of listening.

DO YOU EVER JUDGE A BOOK BY ITS COVER?

Not a lot. I like reading books with attractive covers like The Sun Is Also a Star, but I also read some really great books with covers that aren’t so appealing.

BOOK TO MOVIE OR BOOK TO TV ADAPTATION?

Book to movie. I like to read the book first then pick out things in the movie that aren’t accurate, lol.

SERIES OR STANDALONE?

Standalone, again I light tire if a book is dragged out for a long time.

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  1. I definitely agree about trilogies and standalones. If it drags out for too long, it totally makes me start to hate the series, and it loses all the fun. 😦 I found it super interest that you differentiate in your head about heroes and villains depending on the medium. XD Very funny. Great post and fun answers! πŸ™‚

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    1. Comment part 2 (I accidentally hit enter, whoops.) : I also find villains in shows or comics to be really fun to read. They all have a purpose as to why they turned bad. And they stand on a fine line between good and evil, which sometimes I can never read in a book. But the heros in books are always my favorites because their journey is so great. πŸ˜„ And thank you!!

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  2. Oh, you like to write? Didn’t know that! Some advice; character driven stories aren’t bad. I think contemporary is the best genre for character driven stories though, but if you want to practice both types of writing, maybe try mystery. A mystery needs to have a relatively small cast of characters for proper development, but it also needs a steady plot to be good. Sorry for the mini lesson, I just like trying to help!
    And I agree on shopping in book stores; I prefer being able to flip through books I’ve never read to see if they’re good rather than just taking a leap of faith and hoping I’m getting a good book. πŸ˜…

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    1. Sorry for responding so late, I haven’t checked my notifications until now. Thank you for the advice! I really appreciate it because I’m trying to write a couple of stories, and this was nice. I tried to write contemporaries, but I found it hard to create a good character in normal time. (I’m bad a making plots too, so that didn’t help.) But now I’m trying to make stories that have plot twists, some mystery, and some spooks in them. I really like flipping through pages too, and wondering if the book will come home with me or not. (Most of the time they do. πŸ˜„)

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      1. Thanks! Um, I have one that’s supposed to be a sort of scary but it’s still an entertaining book. It’s based on a bunch of folklore that I stumbled upon while web browsing. πŸ˜… I am sort of stuck on it though, I haven’t written much. (I have lots to work on in that one.) The other story I came up with last night. It’s an urban-fantasy book that I’m trying to incorporate a plot twist in. It’s based off an anime I watched. (I keep finding inspiration in the weirdest ways; it’s not fanfiction, it’s just loosely based.) I only have one chapter for that one. I’m thinking about making a WattPad, but I’m still unsure yet.

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      2. I was watching Noragami, and I thought some of the aspects should be incorporated into a book. But it doesn’t revolve around the same world, nor does it have the same characters. And I’m going to make an account! πŸ˜„

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