It’s been a little while since I’ve put together a tag post so what time like the present!
Big thank you’s to the lovely Livy over at Shelves of Starlight for tagging me to do this post. If you haven’t checked out her blog yet, you most definitely should!
- Answer the questions and explain your answer if you want to.
- Add one more question of your own at the end for future bloggers.
- Tag as many bloggers as there are questions.
- Credit me, And On She Reads, as the author of the tag.
Enemies to lovers OR friends to lovers?
Enemies to lovers! Every time. The angst, the will-they-won’t-they! I always feel like friends to lovers is super predictable and often too sweet for me to be super excited about.
Story told for one perspective OR from multiple perspectives?
Multiple perspectives! I feel like you get to know more of the characters by seeing things from their point of view and it can also help to keep things interesting by jumping between settings and situations.
Series OR standalone?
Series! There’s honestly nothing better than falling in love with a book only to find out there’s another few that follow it. I’m such a sucker for getting to follow the same character on different journeys and standalones often leave me with too many questions 😂
One book at a time OR multiple books on the go?
Oooh this one depends on my mood. I usually have multiple books on the go – a physical book and an ebook or a hardback and a paperback. This comes from me often needing something light to take on my commute and if I’m currently reading a hardback, I’ll pick something else up as well.
Fiction OR Non-Fiction?
Again this one depends on my mood! I do love a bit of non-fiction but I’m much more picky with it than I am with fiction. Overall I do read more fiction so I’d have to go with that!
Daytime reading OR nighttime reading?
Ugh this is another mood dependent one. Does anyone else struggle with feeling that you should be doing something else when you read during the day? 😂 I have recently gotten back into the habit of setting aside some time to read before bed and I’m loving it so I guess we’ll go with nighttime reading.
Contemporary OR fantasy?
FANTASY!! Contemporary stories can be fun and I wouldn’t turn them down but I love being able to escape into made up worlds full of magical creatures and lore 😍
and for my question…
Hardback or paperback?
Anyone else choose the format based on the type of book? 😂 Thrillers will typically be paperback (as I don’t tend to keep them once they’ve been read) but fantasy/historical will be hardback. And don’t get me started on the books in a series having to match!
What would your answers be to these questions? Would any be the same as mine? I’d love to know!
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