1. Mention the creator of the tag (Ayunda @Tea and Paperbacks).
2. Thank the blogger who tagged you!
3. Choose one out of the two options. (You don’t have to explain why you chose what you did… only if you wanted to!)
4. Tag 10 other people to do this tag to spread the love!
1. Reading on the couch or on the bed?
My bed is my reading spot because I don’t get bothered there. If I’m somewhere else, people talk to me and I have to stop reading.
2. Male main character or female main character?
Female main characters are my favorites because I can relate to them a lot more, but I love reading from different perspectives and not only male, but also genderfluid or agender. I enjoy the representation of diversity.
3. Sweet snacks or salty snacks when reading?
Mostly sweet snacks. Chocolate, raisins, candy…
4. Trilogies or quartets?
Quartets, even though I’ve only read one that I can remember at the moment. I think trilogies tend to fall for the “transitional limbo” with their second novels: The first one introduces the characters and worldbuilding, the second is a filler and the third is when all hell breaks loose. In quartets, I think the plot gets more evenly spread between all novels.
5. First person point of view or third person point of view?
It’s almost a tie, but third person point of view wins. I love an omniscient narrator.
6. Reading at night or in the morning?
At night. It’s when I can fully concentrate on just reading and the house is quiet.
7. Libraries or bookstores?
Bookstores, because libraries are not as fuctional here as in other places.
8. Books that make you laugh or make you cry?
This will sound depressing, but I prefer books that make me cry. They can be happy tears! I love when a book moves me or breaks my heart, it means it made me care. Also, laughing is harder, so maybe that’s why I prefer sad books – they are easier to find.
9. Black book covers or white book covers?
White book covers are so pleasing for me. They look clean and organized.
10. Character driven or plot driven stories?
Character driven stories for sure. I enjoy getting to know a character and follow their story, if not, I’m not that invested in the plot and the book doesn’t mean as much to me.
Mari @Story and Somnomancy
Jill @Rant & Rave about Books
Joey @Thoughts and Afterthoughts
Aimal @Bookshelves and Paperbacks
Sara @Freadom Library
Alicia @A Kernel of Nonsense
Deanna @A Novel Glimpse
Monique @That Wild Soul
Angelina and Brianna @Fables Library
If you decide to participate, be sure to let me know so I can check your answers 😀