Today I am bringing you the Book Snob Tag, one that I was tagged in by the lovely Rosie. You guys should definitely go and check out her blog because not only is she a wonderful human but also because her blog has some some really cool content!
Without further ado, let’s get into the questions.
Adaptation snob – do you always read the book before watching the film/TV show?
No! In fact, quite frequently I watch the film/TV show and then read the book it was based on.
For example I only got into Percy Jackson after watching the move, shocking I know (it is something that I am ashamed of but I can’t do anything about that now), or equally Ready Player One which I only read after seeing the film.
Sometimes I do like to read the book first though!
Format snob – you can only choose one format in which to read books for the rest of your life. Which one do you choose: physical books, eBooks or audiobooks?
I know that this format is more expensive and can limit some people’s access to books but I just prefer them to ebooks and audiobooks. And if I had to choose paperback or hardback I would choose paperback, especially paperback.
Ship snobs – would you date/marry a non-reader?
I don’t know. Obviously I understand that everyone has their own interests and hobbies but I don’t know that I could put up with someone who shares no interest with something that I hold so dear to me.
Genre snob – you have to ditch one genre, never to be read again for the rest of your life. Which one do you ditch?
I don’t read horror so I could very easily get rid of it!
Uber genre snob – you can only choose to read from one genre for the rest of your life. Which genre do you choose?
I love fantasy so much and most of the books I read are fantasy so I could easily just read them. Plus, there are so many different sub-genres in fantasy I think that I would always be able to find something newts read about.
Community snob – which genre do you think receives the most snobbery from the bookish community?
I think that it is probably romance still! I have heard that it was looked down upon as “chic lit” a while ago and I think that still needs some work. I love contemporary romance, it makes me so happy and makes me have some hope that I might yet find someone to fall in love with me.
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