Interview with RiverMoose

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Hello!

I’m here to bring you my interview with Sam @ RiverMoose-Reads. She has an amazing blog, I suggest you go check her out right now! She’s also posted the second half, which is me interviewing her, so to see what she said go visit her post!

On with the Interview!

What is you favorite genre to read right now?

My favorite at the moment is contemporary books, usually it varies between contemporary and fantasy. For now I’m in a fantasy book slump.

Do you see yourself going into a reading/writing career?

I used to, but I realized it might not be the best career choice for me. I still have no idea what career path I’m going to take, nothing has sparked my interest so far.

What is your favorite type of blog post to read/write?

I either like lists or reviews. Reviews let me give my opinion to people, and lists are just easy to make. 🙂 I like reading tags though, they draw me in to other people’s blogs.

What is your favorite post you’ve ever written?

Oh, well I’m pretty proud of my review copy reviews. 😀

What are some of your YA pet peeves?

That’s really hard. I try not to think about all the little things. However I’m not very fond of poorly made love triangles. I used to not like books that involve themselves with vampires, but after reading the Bloodlines series and Vampire Academy, I am now okay with reading some.

What 2017 release are you most excited for?

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I am equally excited for these three books to release!!

What anime are you currently watching?

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I’m finished watching Volume 1 of RWBY and I’m making a new kind of post called First Impressions where I talk about my thought before and after a series.

So far it’s a great show. 😀

Oldest book on your bookshelf?

Oh man, I have to look. Give me a minute.

*Pauses*

Okay, I’m here again.

The oldest book I remember on my shelf, is a little YA novel called When.

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How big is your TBR?

Last time I checked, 168, and growing. 😀

Favorite school required reading?

THE BOOK THEIF!!

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Shoutout some of you’re earlier readers!

I’ll mention 5 of my earliest followers. 😉

There might have been some people before, but they no longer carry sites, or I know them IRL; these are my actual first followers!

I want to thank you all for following me when my site was new!

  1. Sophie @ Book Wish (She has great content!)
  2. Sam @ RiverMoose-Reads (The Interviewer herself! 😊)
  3. Keky @ Keky’s Literary World (She reads amazing books!)
  4. Jemima @ The Bookaholic (Her site is really pretty!)
  5. Emma @ Book Crunch (She writes great reviews!)

Thank you all for reading! And thank you RiverMoose for taking the time to give me questions! Have a great weekend!


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    1. I know how you feel about the animation. It was hard to get used to at first. But the art is what drew me in, and I eventually got interested in the story and characters. (It does get better as you watch, it just takes some time. 🙂) At the time, I liked When, because it was one of the earlier YA books I read, and I didn’t really know a lot about them. However looking back now, it seems predictable, but I still like it because I was able to back then.

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      1. Well, that’s good to hear! I like the art and characters so far, and I’m glad the animation gets better. My biggest problem with When were the characters; they felt so cliché to me I couldn’t get attached to them. It just felt very cliché throughout, which bugged me. And I really loved the idea; it was just the way it was portrayed that I didn’t like.

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      2. I agree with how you feel about the characters. I wish there was a little more extra about them, to make them unique in some way. And the mc’s love interest was only mentioned a bit, so it’s hard to see the impact he had on the story, other than the very ending.

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