Friday, July 4, 2014

Book Bloger Test

Book Bloger Test

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:

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. 


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

  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

  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 - or this

  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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