Hello, everyone! I’ve had this tag on my queue for months now so I figured I’d finally get around to posting it! As always, if you’re interested in trying this one out, consider yourself tagged! I’d love to see your answers.
1) Your favorite form of reading (ebook, audiobook, etc.)?
My favorite form is to just have the physical book in my hands. I can read ebooks all day long, too, but there is just something special about having the book with you (,:
2) If you could trade places with any other MC in their fictional world facing the same problems as them, who would you trade places with?
Oh goodness that’s hard. Um… I can’t really decide on a specific book but I think I’d like to be in a mystery/suspense novel. I get a huge thrill out of spooky things and I’m sure that I’d have the most fun with something like that (albeit someone having to die or something for me to have a mystery to even solve).
3) Favorite Movie?
I really don’t have one! I’m much more of a series watcher. I have quite a few that I love, though. They are:
- The Perks of Being a Wallflower
- Never Been Kissed
- Anything scary
4) What do you wish you could see more of in books?
Diversity is immediately the first thing to pop into my head. I know some people might want more relatable characters, but I already have that, and I want it for everyone else, too. I think it’s really important for literature to showcase all walks of life so that everyone has books that make them feel represented.
5) Favorite first line from a book?
You’d really think I don’t even read since I keep saying, “This is hard” and “I don’t have one” but… I do read, this is hard, and I don’t have one. Last lines tend to blow me away more than first lines do.
6) A book that isn’t your favorite all time read, but one that you could read over and over again?
For me this a series, and one that I really should’ve grown out by now but…. the Private Series by Kate Brian. As ridiculous as this series gets, I’ve been reading and rereading it since I was 15. I think rereading it takes me back to the nostalgia of picking it up as a teenager and I can just remember falling in love with mystery novels because of that series. So even though it’s a bit out there, I hold it dear to my heart.