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The Would You Rather Book Tag

So, in case it isn’t plainly obvious from the title, this tag poses a series of questions where you must decide which one you would rather. Now this is not officially a photo tag, but well, that’s the way I roll.

Thank you to Aimal at  aimalfarooq for tagging me.

Let’s get on with it, shall we?

Would you rather only read trilogies or only read standalones?

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I will have to go with trilogies here. I love standalones as well, but most of my favourite books are part of a series. So there you go. [also, even when it’s blurred to hell, you can still see that damn sticker mark on More Than This! Curses!]

Would you rather only read male or female authors?

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Female. Although giving up Patrick Ness would be incredibly difficult, but overall the ladies have my heart.

Would you rather shop at Barnes and Noble or Amazon?

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Shipping from both of these places is too expensive, so I don’t shop there a lot. But if I had to pick I would say Barnes and Noble because of their pretty leatherbound classics, of which I own many.

Would you rather books were made into TV shows or movies?

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This one is difficult because movies usually have a larger budget, but TV shows can fit a lot more in. Although Game of Thrones kinda has the best of both worlds so I’m going to have to go with TV shows.

Would you rather read only 5 pages per day or 5 books per week?

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five books per week. Easy. Next!

Would you rather be a professional author or reviewer?

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Well, I co-authored a book. You figure it out.

Would you rather be a librarian or a bookseller?

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I think I would rather be a librarian. Libraries seem cosier than bookstores.

Would you rather only read your favorite genre, or every other genre but your favorite?

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Oh now this is tricky. I think my favourite genre is fantasy, but it really is a close call. I love so many genres. I think I would probably have to go with all other genres. Maybe? I don’t know…

Would you rather only read ebooks or physical books?

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I think I’m going to shock everyone here and say ebooks. Everyone knows how much I love my physical book collection, but I do find reading ebooks far easier. I have basically no eye sight and being able to change font size, spacing etc makes a world of difference to my reading. Although I really shouldn’t have to justify my preference of reading ebooks to anyone, and if you prefer ebooks, neither should you!

Finally, I tag: Erika at Erika Reads, Sarah from Commas and Ampersands, Kelsey from Darcy’s Book Blog, and Michelle from The Writing Hufflepuff


  1. Oooh, I only just saw this whole post! I was already thinking about my answers as I was reading yours and that was before I saw I was tagged! Thank you!


  2. Aah, you take this tag to a whole new level, Tina. A WHOLE. NEW. LEVEL.
    That’s right. I love 1. how beautiful your photography is, 2. how it makes me want to do this tag and combine photogarphy into it as a major element and make that a focal part of the actual tag like you’ve done and 3. it makes me want to own your book collection. ALL the pretties are gorgeous. You captured them in a really lovely way. Aah. Nice.
    I’d totally go for 5 books a week, too. Five pages a day would never be enough for my cravings, and though 5 might be tough… I’d prefer to have too much than not enough. Although I would totally stick with my favourite genre than any but. I’d hate never to be able to read fantasy again!


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