I found this tag sitting on my Blogger dashboard a long time ago from Plottinger Twist. I wasn't tagged, but I thought it looked fun, and I thought I should do it, and I can tag others and spread this around... So here I am, doin' it (regardless of being tag-less).
#1 Would you rather read only trilogies or stand-alones?
Oh... Stand-alones wrap up nicely, but trilogies give you more of a story for the adored characters. So, if the characters are fantastic and the plots are good, I'm going to go with trilogies. (I like series, actually, quite a bit.)
#2 Would you rather read only male or female authors?
Can I just say both? Male and female authors bring different things to their stories, and both are amazing. I just would't want to live without either. (Especially Joanne Bischof. Or Ted Dekker. They. Are. Fantastic.)
#3 Would you rather shop at Barnes and Noble or Amazon?
Barnes and Noble, hands down. (I mean, I've got their membership... So COUPONS + FREE SHIPPING = BOOK LOVERS DREAM.) Besides, Barnes and Noble has physical stores! And cafes! Though the coffee is usually bad... But, on the upside, they have some pretty good blueberry muffins.
#4 Would you rather have books become T.V. shows or movies?
Movies, generally. But shows would be good too... (One chapter = one episode) It probably depends on the book.
#5 Would you rather read five pages a day or five books a week?
Five books a week - because five pages a day would be reader-misery, especially if the book was gripping. But I couldn't read five books a week for an extended period of time! No, siree. #bookcoma
#6 Would you rather be a professional reviewer or an author?
Author. No question about it. I want to write my own stories!
#7 Would you rather read your top 20 favorite books over and over again, or always read new ones you've never read before?
I choose new books. I really enjoy rereads of favorite books (I actually have reread Brothers at Arms six times now. Um. Yeah. *cough*), but new books bring a fresh excitement!
#8 Would you rather be a librarian or a bookseller?
Bookseller, definitely. Totally. And own my own bookstore? Yes, please. With a cafe (that has good coffee). <3
#9 Would you rather read only your favorite genre(s) or anything but your favorite?
It would be my favorite genre (or genres) for a reason, so I'd rather read only my favorites. ;)
#10 Would you rather read only physical books or e-books?
Physical books all the way. Now, don't get me wrong, I own a Nook, but e-books don't have the special something that physical books do. Turning pages, finding space for them on your bookshelves, having a huge library one day... All those things would never happen with my poor Nook. (Though the Nook is great, because it slips soooo easily into my purse for road trips. Oh, and the edges don't turn up...or down? That's the only downside about physical books - that they can get worn or damaged. And the room they take up...if you have no room left. Which is me currently. :O)
That was fun. Because I like talking about books! It's just so enjoyable, for some reason. Ya know?
I am officially tagging: Michaila from Mic's Room, Mikayla from The Bubblegum Ballerina, Sarah from Trusting in the Lord, Julia from The Barefoot Gal, and Abigayle from The Left-Handed Typist. Enjoy, guys! And if anybody else thinks this looks like fun: go for it.
(Totally just reminded myself of that Sidewalk Prophet's song...)
What is your favorite thing about reading? Have YOU ever had a super-crumbly blueberry muffin from Barnes and Noble's cafe? ;)