Book Tag

I recently read Jenny’s book tag post and just had to do my own. I took some of the questions out and here are my 15 questions and answers! Reading is major passion of mine and there’s nothing I love more than cosying up with a good book and I want to incorporate more reviews and posts into my blog so here we go..

How many books is too many books in a series?

I don’t actually know, I’ve read the I heart series and there are 7 in that, but I want more!

How do you feel about cliffhangers?

If there is another book after then 100%, why not but if not then no, I want the book to have an ending that is closure.

Hard copy or paperback?

Paperback 100%! So much cheaper and smaller for ease of travel and storage.

Favourite book?

Oh my, I actually don’t know! I think either ‘I Heart New York’ or ‘The Couple Next Door’. It’s so close though and there are so many other books that I love.

Least favourite book?

Either ‘Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine’ or ‘This Must be the Place’. I liked the ending, but the start of both books made it harder for me to read.

The most recent book you just couldn’t finish?

Well I finish every book regardless, however the two above have taken me the longest to read.

A book you’re currently reading?

Just about to finish ‘Me Before You’ but I’m also reading ‘Worth Dying For’ on the side.

Last book you recommended to someone?

‘Then She Was Gone’. The book was amazing and intriguing I just had to recommend it to my friend!

Newest book you’ve read?

Some Kind of Wonderful by Giovanna Fletcher.

 Favourite author?

Lindsey Kelk, Giovanna Fletcher or Jennifer Niven.

Buying or borrowing?

Buying. I would love to borrow more but I just like to see the books on my bookshelf and own them. I don’t know why, I just do.

Can you read whilst hearing music?

Sometimes. If I’m reading on the train and it’s loud then I will put music on but other than that I will read in silence.

One POV or multiple POVs?

Either, I don’t mind! I like books that have both in.

Do you read a book in one sitting or over multiple days?

This depends on the book, I have read books in 2/3 days or 2/3 weeks. I prefer 2/3 days as that means I can read more.

One book you read because of the cover

Prisoners of Geography -Tim Marshall. It had a map on it…

Hope you enjoyed the answers and let me know if you decide to do your own tag!

26 thoughts on “Book Tag

  1. abbiejadewanders says:

    Couldn’t agree more with preferring paperbacks, hardbacks I just hate the frontcover/sleeve element – so pointless! And 10000% feel the same about ‘This must be the place’ I just didn’t gel with it at all!

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    • Liz Brannan says:

      they get so annoying and tangled, especially in bags for travelling! Im so glad you said that, I thought I was just being a bit silly. I had to get to page like 300 to actually like it and it felt such a drag! x


  2. Lindsey says:

    Ooh got to love a good book tag – I’ve been looking for a new one to do, might have to give this one a go! Really interesting reading this – you’re the first person I’ve heard not be completely in love with `Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine`. I haven’t read it myself yet, but nice to have a reality check on it!

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    • Liz Brannan says:

      This one is really fun and if you visit Jenny’s original post, there are 5 more questions on there too ☺️ yeah I feel like I’m the only one that isn’t in love with it! It’s a good book, but I wouldn’t rush to read it again 🙈x


  3. foundationsandfairytales says:

    I always love reading these type of posts to see other people’s opinions! I completely agree about paperbacks and I’d rather buy than borrow too!

    Jess //

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  4. Ellyn Rebecca says:

    I love the ‘I Heart’ series!! I heart forever was just so perfect!! Won’t spoil it for any other readers but I really hope she writes more!! I need to know more!!

    Ellyn xx | Life Of A Beauty Nerd

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    • Liz Brannan says:

      100% agree, I hope its not the end as they are my fave! I’ve rad them all through teenage and twenties that I just want more. Have you read her other books? ☺️xx


  5. Rachel says:

    I like multiple POVs as long as they don’t overlap too much where it’s not important. Buying books gets expensive, which is why I borrow 🙂

    Rachel ||

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    • Liz Brannan says:

      Yeah exactly that, like I love Jennifer Niven’s books as they are written from 2 POVs and it suits the story well. That is the only downside to buying books so I try to limit myself to a spree every few months ☺️ thank you for commenting ☺️ xx


  6. baybythesea says:

    I agree that if books are good there can never be too many, I could have read Harry Potter for ever (even though I’m 44)!
    Tracy @bloggerbythesea x

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    • Liz Brannan says:

      I fell if the story is right and works then why should it stop! I’ve never actually read the Harry Potter books (sorry in advance) but I do want to read them at some point ☺️x


    • Liz Brannan says:

      They are, much smaller and convenient ☺️ I saw the film before the book and I preferred the book but I always do! I’d 100% recommend it as the story is lovely! Thank you Bexa 😘xx


  7. Tasha Louise says:

    Love this post, we have such similar taste! I love the I heart series, loved The Couple Next Door and Then She Was Gone! I also loved Eleanor Oliphant though, I thought it was an amazing book! Completely agree about paperbacks, my other half always buys me hardbacks and I hate them haha!

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    • Liz Brannan says:

      I read both of those books in literally 2 days, I couldn’t put them down! I did enjoy the book more towards the end and it is a good book, just thought was overhyped personally! yeah so has mine a few times, they also make the bookshelf look so untidy haha!


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