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- Choose one of the options, you don’t have to tell the reasons why you chose that but you can also do them if you want to.
- Tag 10 other people to do this tag to spread the love!
One: Reading on the couch or on the bed?
I might be one of those rare pokemons who prefers to be on my couch over my bed. I like to keep my sleeping area, especially my bed a place to actually sleep on. I don’t read on my bed, I don’t work, eat, do my hair, study, nothing. It’s an area for sleeping only. idk. I’m odd.
Two: Male main character or female main character?
Both. Like in Across the Universe by Beth Revis. I have no preference on this topic.
Three: Sweet snacks or salty snacks when reading?
SWEETS, HANDS DOWN. I have a sweet tooth and it has gotten out of control. I would eat a whole box of chocolates in one sitting. Sometimes I crave sweets in the middle of the night. From brownies, to fudge, truffles, cakes, lollies, and bonbons, to cotton candy, all the sugary sweets I want to eaatt.
Four: Trilogies or quartets?
Trilogies, because I like odd numbers.
Five: First person point of view or third person point of view?
First person. I like to be able to see and feel what the main character does. Reading on a first person’s perspective gives a similar feeling to getting to know a friend. When they’re confused, you’re also confused with them. The same goes for when they are scared, and elated, worried, sad, you’re going through their life’s journey. Pssh, plus I get confused with third person.
Six: Reading at night or in the morning?
Morning, natural light, keeps your eyes healthy.
Seven: Libraries or bookstores?
Bookstores, only because I like owning books.
Eight: Books that make you laugh or make you cry?
Laugh to be honest.
Nine: Black book covers or white book covers?
Black, its easier to get stains on a white book. heheh.
Ten: Character driven or plot driven stories?
Character driven, because when characters are able to deliver their emotions and feelings genuinely towards the readers, it helps the plot of the book. Take a good old fashioned high school love story, like To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before and give strong and well developed characters, and you’ve got yourself a NY Times best seller cha ching.
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