The Rapid Fire Book Tag

 The Rapid Fire Book Tag

 

I saw this tag completed by Natalie the Biblioholic and couldn’t resist, so here goes!

 

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eBook or physical books?  At this point in my life, eBook.  I can literally carry hundreds of books with me on one small device – perfect for a fast reader like me!

 

Paperback or hardcover?  Hardcover . . .paperback the spines get worn too easily.

 

Online or in-store book shopping?  Amazon has made book shopping so easy, but there is something about searching through a bookstore for an unexpected treasure.  I also love an independently owned bookstore that has its own class and charm . . . where you never know what you may find!

 

Trilogies or series?  Both are great, but if I am in love with the characters and the plat stays fresh with each book, I will take as many books in a series as I can get!

 

Heroes or villains?  Love a hero that can come in and save the day . . . however, I love a reformed bad boy as well, so don’t know if that counts as a villain?

 

A book you want everyone to read?  Ugh – just one?  Really?  Sterling, by Dannika Dark . . . and, yo will be hooked enough to read the rest of the Mageri Series!

 

Recommend an underrated book?  My Familiar Stranger, by Victoria Danann.  A very kick ass heroine that ends up very far from home and a secret group of vampire hunters protecting those who don’t even know they need protecting.

 

The last book you finished?  Handling Haven by Samantha A. Cole . . . so good!

 

The last book you bought?  HA!  Well, you all caught me after I was at an author signing event, so I came home with a ridiculous haul of signed books!!!!!

 

Weirdest thing you’ve ever used as a bookmark?  Probably a tissue – not used of course!

 

Used books: yes or no?  As long as they are in good condition, you can find some great and affordable reads!  I can’t stand writing or highlighting in a book, though, so I check first.

 

Three favorite genres?  Paranormal Romance, Romantic Suspense, Historical Romance

 

Borrow or buy?  I tend to buy – I love a great re-read . . . however I have borrowed using Kindle Unlimited.

 

Characters or plot?  Both are important in order for a book to be great!  However, the characters need to be well written and developed in order to be able to enjoy a plot.  If I can’t connect with the characters, I really don’t carer what happens to them.

 

Long or short books?  Long!  Longer is almost always better when I am loving a book!

 

Long or short chapters?  It all depends on the author’s writing style . . .

 

Name the first 3 books you think of.  Bwahahahaha – like I only have three books running through my head!

 

Books that made you laugh or cry?  I prefer romantic comedy to a book that causes an ugly cry.

 

Our world or fictional worlds?  I love both and tend to switch back and forth depending on my mood.  I guess I can compromise and say I love a bit of a paranormal element in our world?

 

Audiobooks: yes or no?  I have never listened to an audiobook . . . .

 

Do you ever judge a book by it’s cover?  Of course, I think everyone does . . .it’s what can cause me to one-click through to Amazon to see the synopsis.

 

Book to movie or TV adaptations?  I think a tv adaptation or mini-series gives more time to include more details that have to be left out of a two hour movie.

 

Movie/TV show you preferred to this book?  Honestly, none.  The book is always better to me and typically leads to disappointment when I have read first and then watched the movie.

 

Series or standalones?  Both can be phenomenal, but I tend to enjoy sinking my teeth into a series . . .being able to binge read an entire series is one of my favorite things!

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Thanks for reading!   I challenge anyone who reads to play along as well!  It’s a quick and easy tag to complete, and I’d love to see your answers!

 

Happy Reading!
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~Janine

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