The Bookworm’s Tag

Thank you for Rambling Reviews for tagging me.

The Rules:

  • Thank and link to the blogger who nominated you
  • Include the tag graphic in your post
  • Answer the ten questions the blogger asked
  • Nominate between five and ten bloggers
  • Ask your nominees ten book-related questions!
  • Don’t feel bound to these rules
  • (Most importantly) Have fun!

The Questions

What’s the most recent book you’ve read? House of Many Ways- 3rd and final novel of the Howl’s trilogy

What’s a common theme you’ve seen in all of your favorite books? This is harder then I thought. A lot of them do have hope.

What’s the funniest book you’ve read? I honestly don’t know

How often do you read new books? How often depends on how quickly it takes for me to read a book

Do you prefer reading fiction or non-fiction? Fiction

Who is the last fictional character you related to? (Or the last real person you related to if you’re talking about non-fiction ) I am thinking characters for this one- sounds strange, but makes sense once I mention them. The March Sisters from Little Women. Due to being a sister myself and having a sister, I could relate to their sisterhood.

What’s the saddest book you’ve ever read? It was tempting to say Les Misérables. However, I think I did read sadder- Uncle Tom’s Cabin and Lord of the Flies are sadder books then Les Mis.

Where’s your favorite place to read? My bedroom

What’s the last book that inspired you? Well, it would be a reread. Chronicles of Narnia has ALWAYS inspired me- from the time I was a kid to now. Back in January, I finally gave the books a reread.

Have you ever gotten to meet an author? No, but I have a book signed by an author

My Tags- That includes those without a Blog

  1. Charlotte, Somewhere
  2. The Pine-Scented Chronicles
  3. Lara Jane Reviews
  4. Leah’s Books
  5. Laura’s Bookish Banter

My Questions

  1. What is an example of a book you love that you thought you would hate?
  2. Were you ever close-minded to a genre of books?
  3. What do you look for the most in a tragedy?
  4. Triolgies or Quartets?
  5. Retellings- Yes or No?
  6. Is there a movie you believe is better then the book?
  7. If you could write a book with different literary characters, which characters would you pick?
  8. Fashion a love triangle with characters you love (or a friendship trio if you don’t like love triangles)
  9. Do you still read Middle Grade?
  10. What genre would you never read?

4 thoughts on “The Bookworm’s Tag

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  2. I loved reading your answers to the questions you had! Here are my answers to your questions:
    1) Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury. I had no desire to read it, but read it for a school project while in high school. I actually really loved it, and I felt embarrassed for actively refusing to read it for so long. 😅
    2) Hmmm… maybe Sci-Fi? I’ve not read much Sci-Fi, so my general avoidance of it probably isn’t the fairest. I’ve read some Sci-Fi that I didn’t mind, though, so maybe I should give it more of a chance. I don’t think it’s particularly my thing, but if it’s not a super heavily Sci-Fi book, I think I have the ability to enjoy it.
    3) A little bit of hope. Bittersweet tragedies, I think, are the best ones. Characters I can empathize and sympathize with are a must, too.
    4) I like both. They’re both not so short that I find myself wishing that there were more books, but they’re also not so long that I would probably lose interest at some point. But maybe I’ll just go with trilogies.
    5) I’ll say yes to retellings. Haven’t read all that many, but the ones I’ve read, I’ve liked.
    6) I’ve thought that The Wizard of Oz movie is better than the book. Then again, I read the book a long, long time ago so maybe it’s time for a reread. Maybe my opinion would be different at that point!
    7) Hmm… this is an interesting question! I think I’d definitely pick Hero from Friday’s Child by Georgette Heyer, James Easton from Y.S. Lee’s The Agency Trilogy, and maybe Cassiopeia the turtle from Momo by Michael Ende.
    8) A love triangle… hmmm… I’m not sure! My brain feels kind of blank right now! 😂
    9) I don’t read middle grade super actively, but I definitely wouldn’t mind reading middle grade if there was a book I was interested in. But I’d probably mostly reread middle grade books that I rea when I was younger.
    10) I don’t know if there’s a genre that I will absolutely refuse to read. But it seems really unlikely to me that I’ll read any contemporary horror novels.


  3. Ah, I’m so late. But thanks so much for doing this tag! I enjoyed seeing your answers! I definitely understand what you mean about relating to characters from Little Women. I’m reading it for the first time this month and I admit that I didn’t expect to like it as much as I do.


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