This or That book tag

Created by  Tea and Paperbacks


Reading on the couch or on the bed?

The couch because when I read in bed I find it difficult to stop and I end up staying up way too late. Also, the couch is close to the fireplace *snug*.

Male main character or female main character?

I very rarely read books with a male protagonist. I don’t do this on purpose I just seem to gravitate towards books with a female lead.

Sweet snacks or salty snacks when reading?

Salty. Gimme a bag of crisps or a bowl of nachos and I’m happy.

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Trilogies or quartets?

I tend to read series with 6+ books. I do like trilogies though. I like how everything gets wrapped up nicely.

First person POV or third person POV?

I prefer first-person. I find it more immersive.

Reading at night or in the morning?

Night. If I started reading in the morning I would read for the entire day and get nothing done.

Libraries or bookstores?

Both. I love buying pretty books or a book that I know I will want to have forever and the library is great when funds are low.

Books that make you laugh or books that make you cry?

I much prefer to laugh.

Black book covers or white book covers?

I like books that have a simple black cover. I think they’re very striking.

Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur book fruit

Character driven or plot driven stories?

I prefer character driven for the most part but read plot driven every now and then.


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14 thoughts on “This or That book tag

  1. good one. i used to read only female protagonist – character driven – but was totally caught off guard when i read Harry dresdon by Jim Butcher. and oh, salty definitely is the snack of choice – because sweets disappear too fast!

      1. I haven’t read his other one that’s high fantasy (at least I think it is…) but I recently bought a new steampunk book by him. Haven’t read it yet but I’ve heard it’s good. The first book is The Aeronauts Windlass (I think that was the title anyway).

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