Stationary Book Tag

STATIONARY BOOK TAG

Today, I was surprised to be tagged and so  I am busy completing the Stationary Book Tag! Thank you, Jasmine, at How Useful It Is for tagging me! Her blog is a great mix of awards and really well-written book reviews. She has an impressive amount of book reviews on her blog. You should check her blog out.

Also, thank you RiverMooseReads for creating this awesome tag! Her blog is also a nice mix of book reviews and book tags.

 

The Rules:

  • Thank the creator: Sam @ RiverMooseReads
  • Answer the questions.
  • Add pictures! (If you want to)
  • Tag (about) 5 people.

 

Pencils || Favorite MG or children’s book

secret

The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett.

Pens || A basic staple for any reader

great-expectations

Great Expectations, is a book every library should have. It is emotionally charged and wonderfully told. Want to see a review on this wonderful book? Here is mine.

Notebooks || What books do you own multiple copies of

potter

The  Harry Potter Series .. I have the entire collection in paperback and hardback.

Markers || A book with a beautiful cover

midnight

I am reading this now and I am loving this cover. I will have my review up in a day or two.

Glue || Two characters that work well together even if they aren’t together

Hansel and Gretel, Otherwise known as drawing a blank.

Scissors || What book would you like to destroy

I can find something worthwhile in a book, even if it seems like it was written by high school students. That was my harshest review comment and it still haunts me that I was so hard.

Art kit || What completed series do you own

dark-spell

The Dark Spell series by Michelle Escamilla. wonderful series. Want to read a review on this series? Here is mine

 

I TAG||

C The Happy Meerkat @ Happy Meerkat Reviews

Stefanie  @ Your Daughters Bookshelf

Lauren @ Comma Hangover

Tookii @ Things to do With Kids

Cathy  @ Joy Unspeakable and Full of Glory

This or That Tag

thisorthat

 

Thank you Sam @The Literary Sam for tagging me, Here is where I have to admit, I did not know what that meant when  I saw the Pingback.  I have been taught about tags now and will not be so slow on the uptake after this.  If you have not been to The literary Sam you need too.  She has a adorable baby on her about page.

Also, thanks to Ayunda @ Tea and Paperbacks for this really cute book tag.  This is my first of this kind. I am pretty excited to do it.

The Rules:

  • Mention the creator of the tag (Ayunda @ Tea and Paperbacks).
  • Thank the blogger who tagged you!
  • Choose one of the options, you don’t have to tell the reasons why you chose that but you can also do them if you want to.
  • Tag 10 other people to do this tag to spread the love! 

One: Reading on the couch or on the bed?

My  bed, because I can doze off and then pick right up reading where I left off.I can also listen to Audiobooks and use my timer.  For some reason if I am on the couch I feel like I have to sit up straight.

Two: Male main character or female main character?

I feel more understanding for the male than I do the female. As is the case of  John Thornton from North and South by Elizabeth Gaskill. I did not understand Margaret’s  negative opinion at all.

Three: Sweet snacks or salty snacks when reading?

Salty snacks for me. I like to eat trail mix while I am reading. But I do love when they sneak little m&m’s in there. 🙂

Four: Trilogies or quartets?

I do not enjoy cliffhangers. Maybe I am too old and worry that I will not live to see part 2 or 3, much less 4.  Not that I am paranoid. Were you thinking I was paranoid?

Five: First person point of view or third person point of view?

I like when I know what everyone is thinking.  I believe that is third person.

Six: Reading at night or in the morning?

I tend to read mostly at night and write during the day.  Then I sleep very little 🙂

Seven: Libraries or bookstores?

I have gotten spoiled by my local library. I blew through too much money on books in 2015. What do you do when on a budget?  You get a library card!

Eight: Books that make you laugh or make you cry?

I laughed all through Playing for Keeps by R.L. Mathewson.  I do love to laugh.

Nine: Black book covers or white book covers?

Gosh, I had to run look at my book case to see which I prefer. Seems I prefer black!

Ten: Character driven or plot driven stories?

Hard question. I love character driven books so much.  But I notice that  when I find a good plot, I just dig in for the long haul.

Tags:

Klinta @BookOwly

Tony and Teti @ unbolt

Sophie @ Sophie Reads

Amanda @ Cover2CoverMom

Michelle @Michelle, Books and Movie Addict

Liam @ Hey Ashers!

Jill @ Rant & Rave About Books

FofoFl’or @ Hush Speak Softly

Sagar @ DILKASH SHAYARI

Prabhat @Dancing with Mosquitoes

Enjoy and let me know when you post so I can know more about you!  I am a very curious person, like a CAT!