I was recently tagged by my friend Mia in a “Would you rather …” blog hop that is going around. I do like a good blog hop, especially with something as easy as answering some questions so here goes…
Would you rather only read trilogies or only read standalones?
Trilogies. If I really enjoy a character, or world, I love to stay with them, or in it for as long as I possibly can.
Would you rather only read male or female authors?
That’s a messed up question. I have never picked a book by its author’s gender nor will I.
Would you rather shop at Barnes & Noble or Amazon?
Amazon. I can get any book that I want from Amazon. Barnes & Noble’s is pretty and full of books, but they do not always have the book I am looking for
Would you rather books were made into TV shows or movies?
Definitely movies. There was a book series, which I really enjoyed, and it had the rights bought by the television network, then the idea was scrapped and nothing ever came of it. And had they left it alone, it would’ve been a brilliant movie!! Everyone always complains of making a book into a movie takes something away from the book, but I disagree. I think making a book into a movie can shine a greater light on the art of writing a book. It brings the same brilliant material to life for those who aren’t necessarily readers, maybe even introducing someone to begin reading. Sure, 8 times out of 10, the book is going to be better than the moviE – but it’s the written word, of course it’s better!
Would you rather read only five pages per day or five books per week?
Five books per week, I’d never get a dent made in my to be read stack(s) at five pages a day! Who only read five pages a day, sheesh!
Would you rather be a librarian or a bookseller?
Oh this one is tricky. I would love to do either in all honesty. The idea being surrounded by books, all day long – bliss. But I would have to choose a bookseller, to have my own shop and meet other book-lovers on that sort of level, ahhhh.
Would you rather only read ebooks or physical books?
Physical books. I have a semi-decent library of ebooks, but nothing compared to my bookshelf at home. I keep it double stacked and overflowing. Unfortunately, I cannot read on my Kindle for long periods of time. After a while, reading the screens give me a nasty headache. That is the one thing I hate about meeting such wonderful indie authors, most of their books are digital and so I tend to be a really slow reader when reading their works.
Thanks Mia for the tag!
Till next time,