Friday, July 4, 2014

Book Bloger Test

Book Bloger Test 

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So this is long due. I've had this post drafted last June (but wasn't able to publish it because my laptop broke) so I post it now. :3

What are your top three book hates?

I really am choosy and perfectionist When it comes to books. Why just three? I could write a thousand. But here are the top three,

  • Spine creases
I abhor books with spine creases They look deranged.
  • Book cover folded edges
It really is a no-no to me. I will not buy a book with folded or damaged book cover edges.
  • Highlighting text and markings on pages
The book will look dirty to me. Just picture it like a person with a skin disease or something.

Describe your perfect reading spot.

Perfect reading spot? Hmmm. Of course it's my book nook! Kidding. I still do not have a book nook like Marie Lu but I will soon. Right now I think my perfect reading spot is everywhere as long as there is a book I'm reading. But on top of my list is a comfy warm bed.

Tell us three book confessions.

  • I get all the three formats of the books I love. (Book, eBook and audiobook)
  • Most of the time I get to read the ebooks first before I buy the physical copy in our local bookstore crappy Because you literally have to wait for a month or something to have them on stock.
  • I read everywhere with everything. Like when I'm at school or traveling on the bus I read with my phone, when I'm at home I read with my computer or read the physical copy, I read what I fee like reading whenever and wherever I want to.

When was the last time you cried while reading a book?

Last month? Reading Say What You Will by Cammie McGovern and City of Heavenly Fire by Cassie Clare.

What is you're favorite snack while you're reading?

At home I eat popcorn. And sweets, chocolate, ice cream (yeah I read while reading even ice cream on the bed), mallows, anything sweet. They take away the painful feels you know.

Name three books you would recommend to everyone.

  • Angelfall by Susan Ee (I do not know if I really want to recommend this or not) I do because it's a perfect, gorgeous post-apocalyptic book that would really engross you and I just cannot explain it. At the same time I do not want to because I do not like it to get mainstream and everything.
  • Say What You Will by Cammie McGovern
  • Night of Cake and Puppets by Laini Taylor 
Show us a picture of your bookshelf/bookcase.

10 years from now: 


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http://fullcirclepressllc.files.wordpress.com/2014/05/bed-made-of-books.jpg

Write how much book Means to you in three words.

"Live for books" Live, not love. Existing for books.

What is your biggest secret reading?

I don't have any. I'm very open about books and my reading life. 

4 comments:

  1. I loved your answers - especially the pictures of the your bookshelf/bookcase 10 years from now!

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  2. AHAHAHA. I totally laughed when I saw the picture of your bookshelf ten years from now. Definitely wish my bookshelf to look like that in ten years time. I adore Laini Taylor so it's nice to discover there's one more book I haven't read by her, Night of Cake and Puppets. So thank you for the recommendation <3

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  3. OMG, loved the questions and answers. :) Your top three book hates are my pet peeves as well, I guess we book lovers are all the same. I loved Angelfall by Susan Ee, but its' sequel World After is even better, in my opinion. In 10 years from now I hope to have shelves like this - http://bit.ly/1ssY42W or this http://bit.ly/1rjNUkO.

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  4. Can i post this in my blog? with my own answer of course. And i don’t think i could sleep in that book-bed, cause i’ll just read and read and read untill all the bed won’t look like bed anymore :)

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