Rapid Fire Book Tag

Hey Everyone!

I found this tag on Thrice Read and since my life is really busy and I have very little time to post, I thought it would be the perfect post to do. Since this is called the Rapid Fire Book Tag, all my answers are going to be short and sweet.

So, without further a do, lets get onto the questions!


E-book or Physical book?

Definitly physical books.

Paperback or Hardback?

I love hardbacks! I’m one of those peolpe who find them way easier to read, plus they look gorgoeus.

Online or In-Store Book Shopping?

I love online book shopping. My favourite thing is when you come home from a long, tiring day and there’s a package waiting for you at home.

Trilogies or Series?

I prefer series. I love the journey that you can take over a number of books. Sommetimes a trilogy is way too short.

Heroes or Villains?

Both. I love heros like most people but some villains are really fasinating.

A Book You Want Everyone To Read?

Akarnae by Lynette Noni. I was going to say any Sarah J. Maas books but Akarnae is really underrated and I just want evryone to read it!

Recommend an Underrated Author?

Once again, my answer is going to be Lynette Noni. She is such an increbile author and it makes me sad to think about how underrated she is.

The Last Book You Finished?

I just finished my re-read of The Lost Hero by Rick Riordan. I’m almost finished The Son of Neptune.

Weirdest Thing You’ve Used as a Bookmark?

I don’t tend to use weird things as bookmarks. I have a container full of bookmarks at home so I never begin a book with a bookmark. I also have bookmarks in my bag when I leave my house and bookmarks in my locker at school. I am always prepared.

Used Books: Yes or No?

Yes 🙂

Top Three Favorite Genres?

Fantasy, Sci-fi and mystery. I would say young adult but when I say my favourite genres, I combine both young adult and adult books within a genre if that makes sense.

Borrow or Buy?

Buy. I have been trying to borrow more books from libraries recently but instead I have been left with a list of books that I enjoyed so much that I really want to buy them. I’m going to stick with buying from now on.

Character or Plot?

A bit of both. I can’t enjoy a book if the plot is horrible but the characters are great and I can’t enjoy a book if the plot is great but I don’t like the characters.

Long or Short Books?

Long!

Name The First Three Books You Think Of

A Court of Misty and Fury

Son of Neptune (I am currently listening to the audiobook)

Crown of Midnight.

Books That Make You Laugh or Cry?

I do prefer books that will make me laugh but in all honesty, I am a sucker for books that will make me cry.

Our World or Fictional Worlds?

Definitely fictional worlds. The reason why I love reading is because I am able to escape this world. Contemporaries are too close to home so I tend to avoid them.

Audiobooks: Yes or No?

I used to hate them but recently I began listening to the Hero’s of Olympus series and I am really enjoying it! I am still undecided on whether I fully love them but I do want to continue listening to them so I will say yes at this current moment.

Do You Ever Judge a Book by it’s Cover?

I definitely do. If I am at a bookstore, I only really look at the covers or spines that stand out to me. Book covers are made to make an impression on us before we read the book so of course it is normal to judge a book by it’s cover. I’m not ashamed to say that I do. I don’t however buy books based on their cover but it will influence whether I look at the book or not.

Book to Movie or Book to TV Adaptations?

I prefer book to movie. While they may not include everything, I feel like tv shows stray from the plot of the book to create more seasons for the tv show.

A Movie or TV-Show You Preferred to its Book?

The Fault in our Stars. I don’t like the movie but I was able to watch the entire thing, unlike the book which I dnfed.

Series or Standalone’s?

I really enjoy series. I find it difficult to enjoy standalones since so usually so much will happen in the book and the character development isn’t as good as those in series since there isn’t as much time to do so. I’m sure there are some amazing standalone books with great character development but I just prefer series.


I tag the following blogs:

  1. Emily @ The Bookish Lounge
  2. Lola @ Hit or Miss Books
  3. Melissa @ Book Nerd Momo
  4. Rhiannon @ Fire to the Poppies

Sorry I tagged you and you’ve already done this tag. You can just ignore it. If I didn’t tag you but you want to do this tag, consider yourself tagged!


Thank you so much for reaing this post. I apoligise that I havent been posting as much lately. I have very little time to spend on here, let alone write a post. I am hoping that in the coming week, I will have a special review, giveaway and author interview up.

I hope you all have a wonderful week! I shall talk to you all on my next post.

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9 thoughts on “Rapid Fire Book Tag

      • ashley says:

        Oh, I completely understand. I don’t mind a contemporary every once in a while, but it’s a genre I don’t automatically reach for. I have to really like the synopsis to even want to read a contemporary.

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