I would like to thank Emily @ Frappes and Fiction for tagging me! Make sure you check out her amazing blog where she posts book reviews and various other bookish posts. They do make for a pleasant read!!
Apparently, the creator of this tag is unknown(anonymous, get it?). So, I’m just going to thank the anonymous creator for this tag! And the image above is NOT the official logo. Feel free to use it if you want but please mention it is not the official logo.
Her questions (and my answers):
1) What do you like about buying new books?
I love the smell of new books and the fact that I can always carry them with me. It’s always comforting to know I have my books in my bag every time I go somewhere for the first time.
2) How often do you buy new books?
This depends on how often we go to the bookstore. The one we usually like going to is really far from where we live so I usually buy books once or twice a year. But because it’s so infrequent, I buy them in bulk.
3) Bookstore or online book shopping: which do you prefer?
BOOKSTORE, on any given day.
4) Do you have a favorite bookshop?
Any bookstore with a person who knows what I am looking for. Once, I asked a guy where the Harry Potter books were and he told me they weren’t selling DVDs. So..
5) Do you pre-order books?
No, but I would love to. Unfortunately, being a student has its own limitations.
6) Do you have a monthly buying limit?
No, I don’t think I will make one either.
7) How big is your wishlist?
I wish to read many books but my wishlist of the books I want to own is probably 30 or so books long.
8) Which three books from your wishlist do you wish to own right now?
1.The Ballad Of Songbirds And Snakes by Suzanne Collins
I loved The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins and have been dying to read this book ever since it came out. I read books on an app called Anybooks and new books take a while to appear there.
2.A Brief History Of Time by Stephen Hawking
I have read ‘Brief Answers To The Big Questions’ and I absolutely loved Prof. Stephen Hawking’s writing style and his manner of expression of seemingly difficult ideas and his analogies too! And being something of an Astronomy geek, such books always make for a great read!
3.A Wrinkle In Time by Madeline L’engle
Madeline L’engle’s ‘A Wrinkle In Time’ was a phenomenal book. I instantly fell in love with the backstory and continued to remain captivated throughout the entire book. I found in Meg, a very relatable and authentic character! The brilliantly descriptive language and Literature references also make this book worth the read!
That was all for this post! Thank you!