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How many books is too many books in a book series?
Ooooh, good question. I love Harry Potter, so I’ve always thought that seven is enough.
How do you feel about cliffhangers?
Cliffhangers are decent, but a writer shouldn’t rely on them all the time.
Hard copy or paperback?
I hate it when the paperback spines crack, so I like hard copy.
My all-time favorite is The Great Gatsby.
Least favorite book?
The Scarlet Letter.
Love triangles, yes or no?
Yes. It makes a book interesting.
The most recent book you just couldn’t finish?
Nothing comes to mind at the moment.
A book you’re currently reading?
The Girl on the Train.
Last book you recommended to someone?
I recommended The Unknown and the Impossible: How a research facility in Virginia mastered the air and conquered space.
Oldest book you’ve read? (Publication date)
Newest book you’ve read? (Publication date)
John Grisham, Nicholas Sparks, Jeanette Walls, John Green, and F. Scott Fitzgerald.
Buying books or borrowing books?
Can I say both? I’m trying to use my local library to borrow more, rather than buy.
A book you dislike that everyone else seems to love?
I can’t put my finger on a single book.
Bookmarks or dog-ears?
Bookmarks, all the way.
A book you can always re-read?
Any of the American Girl books. Childhood nostalgia for the win!
Can you read while hearing music?
One POV or multiple POVs? (POVs = Points of view)
I’ll stick with one POV. I hated the way Veronica Roth attempted to write Allegiant, and that’s left a sour taste in my mouth ever since.
Do you read a book in one sitting or over multiple days?
It would be so nice to read a book in one sitting. But, since my reading time is mostly limited to vacations, or before going to sleep, it usually takes me several days to finish a book.
Who do you tag? (You can invite them to the group to do the tag)
Until the next headline, Laura Beth 🙂