6.03.2015

bookish would you rather...?

AS seen on Bingeing On Books:

Would you rather . . .

1. Read just one book for the rest of your life or read every book only one time? I would rather read every book only one time

2. Have someone spoil the ending for every single book you read or never be able to read the ending of a book? This one is painful!!!! I would rather have someone spoil the ending for every single book.

3. Read only print books or read only ebooks for the rest of your life? I would rather read only ebooks

4. Read your favorite genre for the rest of your life or read everything except your favorite genre? I would rather read my favorite genre

5. Would you rather live in the world from Divergent or the one from Hunger Games? Hmmm... I would rather live in the world from the Hunger Games because I probably would not be chosen to participate in the games

6. Would you rather read a poorly written book with a great story or a beautifully written book with poor content? This is another tough one... I would rather read a poorly written book with a great story

7. Have to buy every single book you read online or borrow every single book you read from the library? I would rather have to borrow every single book from the library

8. Would you rather burn your favorite book or burn your favorite library? Oh, my! This is easy--burn my favorite book!

9. Would you rather take only one shower a year or read only one book a year? I would rather... read only one book a year, I just couldn't give up showers

10. Okay, so this one isn't a traditional would you rather question. Brewing Up Books gave me this idea in an award they tagged me in. Okay, you have Edward from Twilight, Park from Eleanor and Park and Gatsby from The Great Gatsby: who do you kill, whom do you marry, and with whom do you have a one night stand? I would have a one night stand with Gatsby, kill Edward, and marry Park (let's say Park is legal age, shall we?)

2 comments:

Terri D said...

Interesting!!

Paula Kaye said...

Very cute meme. I would rather read all my books on my ereader too. And they gather much less dust there. And I don't have to worry about what to do with them once I am done reading