E-book or physical book? – Physical, let’s get physical.
Paperback or hardback? – both, although paperbacks hurt less when you drop them on your face.
Online or in-store book shopping? Book shops are my crack but I do use the old interwebs as there are no bookshops near me (and Smiths doesn’t count).
Trilogies or series? – Depends on the book, some writers need a series to develop the story, others not so much.
Heroes or Villians? – unreliable narrators.
A book you want everyone to read? – Girls on Fire by Robin Wasserman. Damn does she perfectly capture teenage girls and their crazy.
Recommend an underrated author? – Tamora Pierce. Go, read everything she’s written. Do it now.
The last book you finished? – Too Close for Comfort – not the best thriller I’ve read but ok.
Weirdest thing you’ve used as a bookmark? – A dollar bill.
Used books: Yes or no? – yes.
Top three favourite genres? – Fantasy, crime thriller, literary fiction.
Borrow or buy? – these days buy, but only because my library card won’t let me in and the librarians are now all robots.
Character or plot? – you need both.
Long or short books? – totally depends on the story.
Name the first three books you think of – Danny the Champion of the World- Roald Dahl, The Bees – , The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde – Robert Louis Stephenson.
Books that make you laugh or cry? – Terry Pratchett’s Discworld books – I can’t read them anywhere public, I laugh until I cry.
Our world or fictional? – Fictional – our world is a mess and I need an escape.
Audiobooks: yes or no? – I have an Audible account, I should really use it more…
Do you ever judge a book by its cover? – of course, we all do, whatever we claim.
Book to movie or book to tv? – No. Although Series of Unfortunate Events the series trumps the movie.
A movie or tv show that you preferred to the book? – this has not happened.
Series or standalones? – depends on my mood.
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