Hello there, nice peeps!
What do you say we have some fun and do another tag? I mean, I do another tag?
Great idea. Let’s get to it!
I thank Nimika@wordhaven for tagging me on this lovely lil tag. If you haven’t checked this gal’s blog out, what were you thinking? Go follow the brilliant blogger, people! 😉
So now we start.
AUTHOR YOU’VE READ THE MOST BOOKS FROM
R.L Stine, without a doubt. I remember being addicted to Goosebumps and zombies and phones that talk and many other crap of that sort. Yep, that was back in the day when I was still a teeny weeny eleven year old. Okay, maybe eleven year-olds aren’t so teeny weeny, but they sure read Goosebumps. Like my sister. Even though she’s technically twelve now.
BEST SEQUEL EVER
I’m terribly confused. I cannot say one because that’ll be injustice to the others. So I’ll just not answer this question.
Or maybe I will.
Carve the Mark by Veronica Roth. I just LOVE everything she writes.
All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr. This book is becoming one of my absolutely absolute favorites.
DRINK OF CHOICE WHILE READING
I don’t drink anything in particular while reading. That’s that. I rarely go for anything to drink – anything edible that’s available would do just fine, but to be specific, I’d say water. Optimal choice, wouldn’t you agree?
E-READER OR PHYSICAL BOOKS
Physical, definitely. I really hate straining my eyes squinting into the screen. Also, I don’t really desire blindness before I’m old and not walking around searching for things I lose. Reading solid books is a different rapture that e-books will never bring – this deserves to be universal truth or something.
FICTIONAL CHARACTER YOU PROBABLY WOULD HAVE ACTUALLY DATED IN HIGH SCHOOL
I’m sorry but I prefer living beings to fictional beings. But since there’s the question, I’d say Gansey, like Nimika said (sorry I stole your date, Nimika XD) Gansey has dimples, people. And I’d do anything for a dimple.
I’m not weird.
GLAD YOU GAVE THIS BOOK A CHANCE
I didn’t really think I’d come to love a book that’s engulfed in what I’d like to call ‘scientific boredom’, but I did. Gone by Micheal Grant, of course. The book looked so thick it scared the crap out of me (I rarely go (intentionally) for thick books with tiny fonts) but I ended up adoring it. Now that I think about it, this is what happens most of the time – I end up loving all the books I find too thick to read.
You really shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, moronBooky.
HIDDEN GEM BOOK
Okay, this could be a little hard.
I know what you’re thinking now. Don’t think.
Maybe this one. I doubt its position as a ‘hidden gem’, but anyway.
(BunnerBooky rarely goes for books unpopular.)
IMPORTANT MOMENT IN YOUR READING LIFE
That moment when I devoured the last page of the first novel I read, Jane Eyre, and was mesmerized by what books can actually do to one’s brain. I’m being 100% serious here, peeps. From there began my journey as a puny lil reader who’s now in high school and about to graduate and leave her best known school library that she really doesn’t think has books enough to feed her hungry self.
Whew. I’m done ranting. P.S, sorry, school library.
A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hosseini.
KINDS OF BOOKS I WON’T READ
I read almost all genres now, but I guess I’ll never read erotica books. I might as well puke and I’m definitely NOT sorry, to the authors of such un-necessity.
LONGEST BOOK YOU’VE READ
I really can’t remember, but maybe Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.
MAJOR BOOK HANGOVER BECAUSE OF
There’s no need for me to squeal again for the Delirium trilogy because I’ve done it multiple times already. But there we go again. I’m squealing.
I don’t know why, but Requiem kind of destroyed me. And I blame Lauren Oliver for that. She should just have made everything clear and killed Julian or something.
NUMBER OF BOOKCASES YOU OWN
One. One’s a great number. And maybe that’s why I want another one.
ONE BOOK YOU HAVE READ MULTIPLE TIMES
Let’s face it. I mean, let me face it. I don’t re-read books.
PREFERRED PLACES TO READ
On my bed and on the sofa. And in the bus on my way back from school, if that counts.
QUOTE THAT INSPIRES YOU/GIVE YOU ALL THE FEELS FROM A BOOK YOU HAVE READ
God. I have already mentioned this like twice and I’m going to do it AGAIN. And no, I’m not tired repeating this.
“Hate isn’t the most dangerous thing, indifference is.”
Not only is this quote the only one I’m constantly obsessed with, this is also a quote that made me realize I’d been a little indifferent to someone and that someone probably felt like shit. Sorry, someone.
(What’s with me apologizing all through the post? I need help.)
Beautiful Disaster by Jamie McGuire. Total waste of my precious time it sure was.
SERIES YOU STARTED AND NEED TO FINISH
I have many series that I’ve started off and never got to finish. Like, MANY.
Gone series|The Fifth Wave trilogy|Carve the Mark duology|Me Before You trilogy|The Maze Runner series|
And so many more, that I cannot remember all of them.
THREE OF YOUR ALL-TIME FAVORITE BOOKS
Do I really have to do this?
Yep. There they are. My all time favorite books that are so favorite to me that the other favorites are probably crying their pages out for trashing them going for these three. (Harry Potter series count as one, where I live)
I can apologize no more.
UNAPOLOGETIC FANGIRL FOR
Ronan Lynch. Someday I’m going enter his dream and this guy is gonna have to bring me alive from there and then I’m going to shake the hell out of his hand or worse and then I don’t know.
WORST BOOKISH HABIT
Reading while chewing the absolute frick out of the inside of my cheeks. And then regretting because of all the spicy yums I won’t be able to eat.
X MARKS THE SPOT: START AT THE TOP LEFT OF YOUR SHELF AND PICK THE 27TH BOOK
Why you laughing?
YOUR LATEST BOOK PURCHASE
Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Hard Luck by Jeff Kinney. You’re probably thinking shit about me at this moment. But I don’t have energy to care.
ZZZ-SNATCHER BOOK (LAST BOOK THAT KEPT YOU UP WAY TO LATE)
I think I might’ve mentioned this before, but I’ll say it again: There is nothing of priority to me than sleep. That pretty much explains everything.
And we’re done, people. This tag was so much fun! If you haven’t yet done this tag, you’re tagged by me. Get down to it and have fun.
And some bookish bloggers I specifically tag:
If you’ve already done this tag, don’t mind me. If you’re doing it anyway, link back to my post so I can see your answers. 😉
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