Feb 272020

Crumpled Note

This tag was started by Girl Reading

While I wasn’t tagged directly, I am taking advantage of the open invitation extended by Helen’s Book Blog

E-Book or Physical Book?

Paperback or Hardback?
I’ve been a hardback snob since I was little

Online or In-Store Book Shopping?
Mainly online, but I do love book stores too

Trilogies or Series?
I don’t read much of either but have a few series on my tbr for this year

Heroes or Villains?

A book you want everyone to read?
Zoya by Danielle Steel because I am NOT an historical fiction fan but I read this in the early 70’s and it’s still one of my top 3 favorite books

Recommend an underrated book?
The Wives of Los Alamos by TaraShea Nesbit, it only has a rating of 3.3 on Amazon but I loved it!

The last book you finished?
Grateful American: A Journey from Self to Service by Gary Sinise

The Last Book You Bought?
You Carried Me: A Daughter’s Memoir by Melissa Ohden
(recommended by my sister)

Weirdest Thing You’ve Used as a Bookmark?
Bread twist tie

Used Books: Yes or No?
Yes, but “like new”

Top Three Favorite Genres?
Literary fiction, non-fiction, True Crime

Borrow or Buy?
I buy but also borrow from libraries & book apps

Characters or Plot?

Long or Short Books?

Long or Short Chapters?

Name the First Three Books You Think Of:
Are You My Mother? by P.D. Eastman (the book that started it all)
Zoya by Danielle Steel
Johnny Got His Gun by Dalton Trumbo

Books That Makes You Laugh or Cry?
Laugh, it’s the best medicine

Our World or Fictional Worlds?

Audiobooks: Yes or No?
Most of the books I “read” are audiobooks

Do You Ever Judge a Book by its Cover?
Yes, I’ve been a cover snob since I was a little girl, I’ve passed by a lot of books that were probably very good because I didn’t like the cover (I know, shame on me)

Book to Movie or Book to TV Adaptations?
I like watching movies based on books but I think the book is always better

A Movie or TV-Show You Preferred to its Book?

Series or Standalones?
Mostly standalones

I’m tagging:
Anyone who wants to play

  14 Responses to “Rapid Fire Book Tag”

  1. You and I have very similar answers, Vicki!

  2. This is so fun! I don’t care if a book is paperback or hardback but I don’t like mass market paperbacks. I listen to a lot of audio books too.

  3. I am so glad you did this! I love that you’ve used a bread twist tie for a bookmark. And, I am with you on passing up good books because the cover is bad. Shame on us, but I am not going to change.

  4. Fun! I’m trying to think of a movie I liked better than the book, but am coming up blank. I too like watching shows based on books.

    • I always think the book is better. I guess because there is so much more that happens in the book, the movie is usually only 2 hrs. so there is a lot missing.

  5. Haha, I’m a hardback snob too. It happened because I was a massive re-reader when I was a kid. I’d reread my paperbacks until they fell apart. After that, I only wanted hardcovers.

  6. Fun Vicki – I listen to more audios lately, as well, it seems. I may play along.

  7. Oh great tag! I may have to borrow it! I don’t think I’ve ever read Zoya but you’ve got me curious. I liked used books too but like you I’m picky about them. My main thing is smell. If a book smells too musty or too smoky it’s got to go.

    • Zoya is longer than I usually read (446 pages) and it’s an historical fiction. I’m surprised I loved it so much since I’m not a fan of either.

      I’m not a fan of musty or smoky smelling books either!

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