The Collection Book Tag

Hey guys!

I’ve been thinking what to post outside of my Twelve Days of Christmas segment. I thought a book review was a bit predictable (though I will get to it soon) and so I decided to look for some book tags. Unfortunately, none caught my eye so much so I decided to make one up. Hope you enjoy and and if you do like this, be sure to like it and maybe you can do it too!

  1. What light do you like to read best in?
    To be honest, I don’t mind. Natural light or synthetic, light bulb light, I can read in whatever.
  2. Doggy ears or bookmarks?
    Bookmarks! I can’t stand it when people doggy ear a book!
  3. A good book that you like but wouldn’t want to read again?
    This is a series but although I haven’t finished it, I can’t imagine reading it again: The Violet Eden Chapters by Jessica Shirvington.
  4. Can you stop halfway through a series and never pick it up again?
    Normally, I would say no but surprisingly, I have stopped reading a series, however, I am going to be finishing it off once I finish the line of books I have waiting for me.
  5. Which do you like most: being the reader or being the writer?
    This is hard as I like both. I think I like being the reader because while writing, I can criticise myself a lot and it doesn’t make for a fun time.
  6. Your most favoured reading spot?
    Definitely my bed! 🙂 I just love it!
  7. Can you read with sounds around you? ect. TV, music
    Sometimes I can block it out, but there has been occasions were it has been very difficult to read my book and has resulted in constant fidgeting from my annoyance.
  8. What is a book on your shelf that’s been signed?
    Illuminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff.
  9. When you hear your favourite book is being adapted into a film/TV show, what is the first thought that comes to mind?
    “Oh please make this one good! Don’t ruin it!”
  10. What is one series that you found repetitive?
    The Violet Eden Chapters. I still haven’t finished the series but I’m getting sick of it as I find that most of the events and outcomes are predictable.
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