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Book Blogger TMI Tag

Thank you for tagging me, Grace @ Rebel Mommy Book Blog!

How old are you?

Do I have to answer?  Less than 35 but older than 30 or, in other words, OLD!

What book are you reading?

What are you wearing?

Running clothes. Still.  It's Sunday! 

Favorite OTP?

Bookish: Olivia and Caleb from The Opportunist

Blogger or WordPress?

I use blogger but I really should switch to WP...

Going outside being active or staying in and reading a book?

I have to agree with Grace on this one: reading outside!  The weather has been perfect!

What is the last book you read?

I just finished both The Coincidence of Coconut Cake (review tomorrow) and 30 Days yesterday -- they were both ok.

What is the book you’re going to read next?

The Veil by Chloe Neill since my tour stop is coming up

Ebooks – yes or no?


To clarify, I only read ebooks, seriously.

Where do you prefer to read?

I have this amazing chair and ottoman by one of our fireplaces for the winter, and it's by a window for the summer breeze!

Who is the last person you tweeted?

Whose blog did you look at last?

Who is your favorite blogger?

Everyone!

Who is your favorite book-tuber?

What do you do when someone tells you reading is boring?


Who is the last author you spoke to?

Maggie Stiefvater tweeted me back the other day so my life is pretty much complete:

Who is the last person you texted?

My brother.

Who is your all-time favorite book character?

I sound like a broken record but Olivia from The Opportunist.

UKYA or USYA?

both!

What is your preferred drink whilst reading?

Coffee or sparkling water depending on the time of day.

If you hated reading, what would you be doing instead?

Working out even more!

How many bookshelves / bookcases do you have?

We have a few small built ins -- I read ebooks only so these are ARCs I've received unsolicited and/or cookbook and travel books.

If you had the choice to meet all of your favorite book bloggers or all of your favorite authors, which would you pick? You can only pick one.

Bloggers!

Insta-love: yes or no?


Favorite author?

Tarryn Fisher, Maggie Stiefvater, Donna Tartt

What is the number-one book on your wishlist?

Do you prefer books with female or male protagonists?

Female, usually.

Which is your favourite book-to-film adaption?


What is the last song you listened to?


Which do you enjoy reading more – negative reviews or positive reviews?

Honestly, both!

Who are you going to tag?

Thanks Grace!  I tag Jacque @ Jacque's Book Nook 

Comments

  1. Awesome tag! I have been wanting to check out some books by Tarryn Fisher and this has made me very curious about The Opportunist :D

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  2. This is SO FUN! I love this tag. Also, I am kind of fangirling FOR you over that Maggie Stiefvater mention- holy crap! I am also less than 35 but more than 30. We are not old. This is actually the third or fourth of these tags that the blogger was in her early-mid thirties and claimed to be old. I think I did the same, actually! BUT we aren't. Nope, nope, nope. Look at Betty White- we're like, 60 years younger. That is young!

    Shannon @ It Starts At Midnight

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    1. Thank you! In real life, I definitely don't feel old but there are so many awesome, young bloggers that sometimes I'm like whoa, I'm ancient!

      And I'm still kind of freaking out about Maggie Stiefvater!!

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  3. Yeah great answers!! We must be close to the same age because I fall in there. You remind me I need to read The Opportunist - I really liked Mud Vein and own Marrow. I just need to get moving on the Tarryn Fisher. Very cool on the tweets! I need to work on my Twitter skills (are twitter skills a thing???)

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    1. The Love Me With Lies series is my favorite of hers; I have to re-read it all the time since it is SO good!!

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