The Would You Rather Book Tag

Hello beautiful people!

Yay! I was tagged by the flippin’ spectacularific meltingpotsandothercalamities in a fun booknerd version of the popular game…”Would You Rather”! Honestly, this blog is so inspiring when it comes to growing my blog into a more in-depth blog for people to visit. There’s so much information beyond book reviews…you can’t get bored! Please go visit meltingpotsandothercalamities!

Would you rather…

Have unlimited money for eBooks, or a 5,000 dollar B&N gift card?

The B&N gift card please! I totally support the use of eBooks; they save on the use of trees and are amazing for traveling. However, I’m still a big advocate of owning physical copies of books…I don’t think I will ever have the same love for reading eBooks, so I’ll get the gift card so I can start building a larger personal library!


Would you rather…

Meet any deceased poet or J.K. Rowling?

A deceased poet please. I love J.K. Rowling, don’t get me wrong. However, I love Robert Frost and Edgar Allen Poe…so I would love to have the opportunity to meet them.


Would you rather…

Write the world’s most famous book or visit the world of your favoUrite book for one day?

This one’s really hard. I would love to be a phenomenal writer, but the problem with writing the best book is that all your other books will always be compared to that one. The problem with visiting a world from my favourite book is that I would only get to spend a day there. But I must choose…so I would go with visiting a world from my favourite book. I suppose I would visit either Hogwarts or I would go to the Hundred Acre Woods.


Would you rather…

Choose ______ or ______ ? (Insert characters from your favorite fictional love triangle.)

Ugh…I don’t really care for love triangles, so this is rather difficult. I suppose it would be from Kelley Armstrong’s Darkest Powers trilogy, which is between Simon and Derek for Chloe’s affection…I’m choosing Derek!

 


Would you rather…

Experience Hogwarts in a very realistic and accurate virtual reality, or travel around the world for a year, at no cost.

Travel!!! I’ve been dying to travel, since I’ve barely traveled at all with my school debt only being recently paid off and saving up for vacation days. Hogwarts is great and all, but our world also beautiful and magical. I want to explore so many different places yet never have the time nor the money. Traveling at no cost? Half the battles done!


Tag! You’re It!

Nerd Narration

DG Book Blog

NoReadsTooGreat

Nikki’s Novel Niche

pooled ink

Haley Scomet

As usual, don’t feel obligated to do this tag if I tagged you. On the flip side, please feel free to do this tag if you haven’t been tagged yet!

Thank you for reading!

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23 thoughts on “The Would You Rather Book Tag

  1. Aww, thanks for the shoutout! Interesting how you chose the poets for that one; I’m okay with writing poetry, but for some reason, although I appreciate the creativity and overall beauty of the craft, I don’t absolutely love reading it. Do I dislike it? No, not really. I just don’t care for reading it, even though I can appreciate it and inwill defend it against haters.

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    1. Of course! Anytime my friend 😁. In one of my courses in library school, we learned about types of readers: character, setting, story, and language oriented people. Those who have a fondness for words and how language is used tend to like poetry, which I’m totally one of those people…basically since I started reading haha! It’s really fascinating to me to see what kinds of literature people like, because there is typically a pattern. I’m very language and character oriented; then story; and then setting. My one friend will only read futuristic settings, so she’s setting oriented. Neat little things you learn in school haha! I’m glad you still have an appreciation for it! Poetry is definitely not everyone’s cup of tea, which I completely understand haha!

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      1. A lot of it is by the type of literature you read and what parts intrigue you. For instance, a character oriented person mainly reads books that focus on character and character development. That person may also prefer certain settings and plots, but the main intention of reading is to see the characters in action. Most people are more than one type, but usually have one that stands out more than the others.

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  2. These are such hard questions!! You make a good point about writing a famous book, but I think if I visited my favorite setting nothing would ever live up to it again, so I’d probably choose to write a famous book. Also, traveling or going to Hogwarts in a virtual reality????? HOW DARE THEY MAKE YOU CHOOSE. I just don’t think I can do it.

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