Just Some Bibliophilic Things Tag

I was nominated by The Bookworm Shelf for this tag. Whispering Stories was the original creator of the tag.

Rules

  1. Link to original creator of the tag here: Riddhi @ Whispering Stories.
  2. Use the header image I used in doing the tag, display the rules in your post and use the tag JSBT in your post.
  3. Answer the bookish questions given below and add an original bonus bookish question.
  4. Add a random fact to the post.
  5. Tag 5 or more book blogger friends of yours.
  6. Have Fun!!

Questions

#1. How many books do you think should there be in one series? Which book series is your favourite in that particular format?

Haven’t really thought of this. I have loved trilogies and books between 1-8. So, I really don’t know what to say. However, all of them have read are physical copies.

#2. Which book format do you prefer: Paperbacks, eBooks or audiobooks?

Paperback- I always loved the presence of a book in my hand. However, all I have read is a physical copy, but that that soon could change- hoping for a kindle for xmas.

#3 Organized bookshelves or outrageous bookshelves? If outrageous, then do you feel like organizing them but are too lazy to do so?

Organized. I sort first by genre and then by author in order to find the book the easiest. Kind of in the same way as a bookstore.

#4. Which Rick Riordan series do you like the most? The original Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Heroes of Olympus or Magnus Chase?? (If you haven’t read the series just say so)

I have to confuse I only read the Original Percy Jackson series- haven’t continued.

#5 Which bookish fictional land you would want to travel to?? Why??

This can be difficult, but I think I would love spending time in Narnia. There are so many reasons- the talking animals, all the creatures, and just the entire place in general. It was hard to choose between Narnia and Middle Earth.

#6 One book related memory that you love?

Sometimes at church, I have been to Darrow Owens, which is a women group where speakers come. One time, a speaker from Park Road Books came. We were recommended books- one of which was Spinning Silver. I was kinda of nervous once I heard it was a retelling- but onceI learned that the book was written by the same author who wrote Uprooted, I decided to get that book.

I already fell in love with Uprooted- knowing that Spinning Silver was written by the same author, I knew there would be a chance I would love that book.

#7 Which genre do you not read? Why? Would you like to read any book from that genre??

Horror. I don’t like supernatural, grotesque, creepy, vampirish and paranormal things. In no way would I even attempt to read a book in that genre- my closest most likely was a required read, which was Frankenstein.

#8. Which genre is your absolute favorite? What draws you to it? If demanded, would you be able to stick to it for the rest of your life?

The debate between classics and fantasies. However, come classic are, in fact, fantasies. So, really can’t choose .

#9. Who is your favorite author? Why? Which book is an absolute favourite of yours written by that particular author?

I don’t exactly have a favorite author. I think I would really struggle with even choosing one.

#10. Which fictional character (s) would you like to date? Why?

Honestly have no idea.

#11. What are your view on Read-a-thons? Have you ever participated in one? If yes, then which one? And if no, then do you wish to?

I never did a read-a-thon and don’t exactly what they are.

The Bonus Question: What is one of your favorite tropes and why?

There are things I notice in books that I don’t know if they are tropes or not. However, I do love strong and brave protagonists.

My Bonus Question: If you could be a character in a book, which book would you choose to be in and why?

Random Fact: My church founded Loaves and Fishes. That is true, and it still running despite the pandemic. Just the system had to change a bit in order to give our clients something to eat.