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Tuesday, October 27, 2015


Hi Readers! 

As I was wandering over Booktube, I came across Katytastic's latest video which is entitled "WOULD YOU RATHER 2.0 | BOOKTUBE EDITION" and I watched and liked it. I then discovered that there were two versions of this tag, and I became interested in doing it! I decided to do the first version of the tag and do the second one next time. So here I am bringing this tag to the book blog community (or bringing it back if someone already brought it here)! I hope you'll have lots of fun as I will surely have in today's post!

Let's begin!

Would you rather...

1. Read only trilogies or stand-alones?

  • Wow, this is a hard one. If I had to choose, I would probably pick trilogies. Just because I am able to read more if I am reading trilogies. Also, I find it hard to kind of jump to one story to another, so trilogies keep me reading. Unlike in stand-alones in which you have to adapt to every story and that will probably build up my reading slump. Another factor is, I rarely read contemporaries which is commonly in stand-alone form. I also want to stay longer in a character is I love it so much, and a single book is not enough for that.

2. Read only female or male authors?

  • I am an advocate of equality, so I don't really like this question. But, if I really had to, I would choose to read only female authors. Although my favorite author is male, I enjoyed a lot of female authors' works. I actually have read more of female authors than male. I also noticed that there are lots of recommended books written by female than male. So, if I'd really have to choose, I'd prefer to only read books written by female authors.

3. Shop at Barnes & Noble or Amazon?

  • This is an easy one, of course Amazon. I am fully aware that Barnes & Noble has a physical store but since I'm in the Philippines, I base on their online sites. I haven't tried buying in both just because of the shipping rates. But if I had to choose based on reviews and stuff, I'd choose Amazon.

4. All books become movies or t.v. shows?

  • It depends. Is both good? If yes, than i'd have to choose all books become movies. I'm not a fan of commitment. I don't like committing my time to a single activity. I also haven't tried watching a whole season of a TV series. What I like about movies are the conclusion the plot are all there. I don't like waiting, it irritates me, haha! And, I'm a movie fan, so I'd definitely choose all books become movies.

5. Read 5 pages per day or 5 books per week?