Hello, and welcome back to AnnaKate Writes! My friend Joelle recently tagged me on the Bookworm’s Tag, and I had a lot of fun writing out my answers. Let’s get started with the rules:
- Thank and link the blogger who nominated you. (Sword of the Penmaiden, THANK YOU SO MUCH!)
- Include the tag graphic in your post
- Answer the ten questions the blogger asked
- Nominate between five and ten bloggers
- Ask your nominees ten book-related questions
- Don’t feel bound to these rules
- (Most importantly) Have fun!
Did you ever read a book twice in a row?
Yep! Many times, in fact. I have read my favorites at least four times each.
What would you retitle a book you like and why?
Titles are certainly not my strong point. But I think I would change Charlotte’s Web to Web of Wonders or something.
Would you buy a book just because the cover is beautiful?
It would depend on what genre it was, and who wrote it. If it was by an author I know of and had read before, maybe. But if it was a genre I never read or wouldn’t want to read aloud with my family, then no.
Paperback, hardback, audiobook, or ebook?
Hardback! They’re so much more durable. And in my opinion, the covers look even more amazing in hardcover.
What is the name you would choose if you could name the child of a character you like?
For a girl, Magdalena. For a boy, Devon.
When a character says something you don’t like, have you ever mocked them out of annoyance?
Yes! I agree with Joelle, Anakin and Padme’s love scenes are so cheesy. But I haven’t really done so in books.
What is the ideal length of a series for you?
4-5 books. If it’s any longer, I get tired of reading about the same characters.
Have you ever secretly enjoyed a hated cliche?
I don’t know a ton of cliches, but I don’t think so, no.
What is a series you want to read that is high on your TBR?
The Wingfeather Saga! I have heard so much about that series, and I plan on getting it next time I go to the library. My friend recommended The Magician’s Daughter, so I want to read that as well.
If you could choose five characters to put in a book together, who would they be and why?
What awesome questions! Hmm, I’m going to say Mary Poppins from Mary Poppins, Obi-Wan Kenobi from Star Wars, Captain Hook from Peter Pan, Wooton from Adventures in Odyssey, and Maximus from Rapunzel’s Tangled Adventure. They are all so different, and it would be interesting (and entertaining!) to see how they work together to solve a problem.
Pearl @The Homeschooled Girl
Briar @The Grazing Daisy
Jennifer @life’s little adventures
Diamond @Build A Bears Furever
Annabelle @Pen and Ink
Let’s go with the same 10 questions. Have fun!
And that wraps up my answers for the Bookworm Tag! Thank you, Joelle, for the tag, and thank you for reading!