I have been chosen!
The lovely Rachel at Beach Bookworm Blog has kindly tagged me and some other lovely bloggers to answer three questions of her own creation. You can read the original post on her blog by clicking the link above. I am so grateful to have my blog recognised and I really appreciate these kinds of tags where the tagger gets to ask questions to people they tag.
As is custom, the rules are as follows:
1. Display the award!
2. Thank the person who nominated you, and post a link to their blog on your blog.
3. Answer the questions they’ve written for you!
4. Nominate 8-13 bloggers and give them three questions in the spirit of sharing love and solidarity within our blogging family!
The above button was created by me, but anyone I tagged in this post is free to use it with credit x
What is the first book you read by yourself?
I’d be seriously surprised if anyone who began reading at a young age remembers this because I do not as I was in Primary School, but I do know that the readers we were to take home were very thin around 20-30 pages even smaller.
How many physical books do you own?
I believe I counted this recently, but because my definition of ‘recently’ is like 4 months ago and I’m a compulsive book buyer (like many of you reading this), I can probably say I have either close to or exactly 200 books in my personal library.
Whether they be on my shelf or in my wardrobe, all of them are in some way on display and countable at any moment.
Now is not that moment…
What is one or some of your bad book habit(s)?
I wouldn’t call it a ‘bad habit’ per say but I would say that something compulsive that people would be annoyed at would be my obsessiveness to keep all of my paperbacks in the most pristine condition, even the ARCs I receive.
I treat my books with the utmost care and will even inconvenience my reading experience to avoid breaking the spine at all costs. Even a small bend in the corner feels like a stab to my heart.
I just really want these books to last generations because the act of gifting a book that you once loved for another to read is amazing especially through generations in a family and I don’t want to destroy that now.
How does/ has reading help you in your everyday life?
What is the craziest thing you’ve done to get your hands on a particular copy of a book?
What do you think makes you a unique blogger?
Amber @TheLiteraryPhoenix (Her blog is stunning!)
Would you like me to do more tags on my blog??
With Love Bree xx
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