Thank you so much for tagging me penandpaperss!
Rules: Answer the questions from the person who tagged you.
Tag 11 people.
1. Have you ever stolen a book? What book?
Not necessarily. My parents moved and out all of their books in the basement of my dad’s office, so I’ve taken some of those, but they were family books to begin with :)
2. Which author has a name you love to say?
Agatha Christie. I just love saying the name Agatha!
3. Have you ever bought a book twice on accident?
Nope. I don’t plan to, unless there’s a beautiful cover involved!
4. Do you have to visualize characters as you read?
Depends. With certain books that I’ve read, the story line is more important and the characters didn’t really a face, but other books I have to know everything they’re wearing!
5. Would you buy a foreign edition of a book just for the cover? If so (or if you have) which cover are we talking about here?
Probably! Depends on how beautiful the cover is, cause chances are I would never read it!
6. Do you consider yourself a collector of books? Or a reader? Or both?
Definitely both. I’m obsessed with buying books and I love reading, but I buy more books than I can read, so I might be leaning towards a collector more than a reader.
7. Neil Gaiman. Yay or nay? I can’t figure it out.
YAY!!! Neil Gaiman is MY FAVORITE author. I own almost every books he’s written and I have never read a book of his that I didn’t devour!
8. The one author from whom you own/have read everything.
Well I own B&N editions of complete series like Jane Austen and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, but other than that, I would say the most I have from one author is Neil Gaiman or Raymond Chandler.
9. A book that was so bad that you were angry at it, or that you had to quit because you couldn’t take it anymore.
Hands down The Catcher in the Rye. I loathed this book. I chucked it across the room a few times, and if it wasn’t from a library, I would’ve burned it.
10. Literary tea party. You are allowed 7 guests, who do you invite? (characters, authors…) Agatha Christie, Phillip Marlowe (character), F. Scott Fitzgerald, Neil Gaiman, Ernest Hemingway, Mr. Darcy (character), Holly Golightly (character)
11. What book has the worst title?
I actually have never read a book where I thought the title was horrible, so I can’t really answer this one.
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