I was tagged by Kim over at Bookish Kimberly, her blog is a lot of fun to read. She is very kind and her reading taste is wonderful and her reviews are done very well. I highly suggest you checking her blog out.
Previous installments: The Liebster Award | 2018, TAG|The Liebster Award #2, Tag | The Liebster Award #3, and Liebster Award | Vol. 4.
- Answer the 11 questions you’ve been asked
- Nominate 11 other bloggers
- Ask your nominees 11 questions
- Let them know you’ve nominated them
- What is your Top 3 book category and genre?
- My top three currently would be non-fiction, horror, and thriller
- Who is your favorite fictional love team?
- Hum, this is hard I normally don’t pay too much attention to this, but if I had to pick Jo March and Professor Bhaer because they are so supportive of one another and help each other follow their dreams.
- What is your all-time favorite fiction book?
- Little Women by Louisa May Alcott
- Which quote (from a book) you like best?
- I think the etsy shop BookQuoteDecor did a wonderful job embodying my favorite quote.
- Which book character would you like to meet and why?
- I feel like I would love to meet Molly Weasley. She is a very smart witch and I feel like she would have some great advice and would be very kind.
- Are there any book series that you REALLY want to read and finish this year? What are those?
- I would love to reread the Lord of the Rings series this year. I bought the first book a month or so ago to get my butt going.
- Which book character reminds you of a living person in your life and why?
- I honestly have no idea I don’t really ever come across a character that made me think “This is just like so and so”
- What is your favorite nonfiction book?
- My favorite non-fiction read would have to be The First Tycoon: The Epic Life of Cornelius Vanderbilt by T. J. Stiles. It is a very interesting look into early American politics, business, and also a look at one of the most important men when it comes to industry. While this books focus is on a man, it dives into a lot of the culture and the surrounding world.
- Which book is your least favorite among the mainstream/popular books?
- I think one of the most “main stream” books I did not enjoy was the Shatter Me series? I read half of the first book and I just could not do it anymore.
- If you had to swap places with any book character, who would you choose? Why?
- I don’t think I would ever do this, you never know what is outside the scope of the story.
- Which book would you like to recommend the most and why?
- The book I recommend the most kinda of changes depending on who I am talking to, but my go to books are; Little Women by Louisa May Alcott, The Haunting of Kill House of Shirley Jackson, 11/22/64 by Stephen King, The Death of Mrs. Westaway by Ruth Ware, Strange Weather by Joe Hill and Unraveling Oliver by Liz Nugent.
- What book is your go to recommendation?
- What was the last 5 star book you read?
- Goodreads challenge/reading goal for this year?
- Where do you do most of your reading?
- How often do you use the library?
- What genre do you read the most of?
- What genre do you read the least of?
- Do you dog ear pages?
- Do you drink tea or coffee?
- What was the last book you you acquired?
- What book do you dislike that everyone seems to love?
Kathy @ booksandmunches.com
Victoria @ lattenightsreviews.com
Steffy Jay @ littlebooknooksite.wordpress.com
Liz @ travelinretrospect.com
Lara @ https://naijabookbae.com
Emma @ https://twitter.com/askirmishofwit
JJ Crafts @ https://everthecrafter.wordpress.com
Adrianna @ https://romancebookbinge.com
Zo•E @ http://nuggetstumpblog.com
And as always anyone else who wants to answer these questions!
6 thoughts on “Tag | The Liebster Award Vol. 5”
I love Little Women too! It’s such a good classic and it’s one I get different things out of every time I read it.
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Yes, I agree with this completely. I feel like I pick up on new things when I reread.
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I do too, but also certain parts get to me more now like the whole Pilgrims Progress, than they did when I first read it as a teen. To me, it shows how a book changes depending on when you read it, especially if you read it over many years.
I couldn’t get into the Shatter Me Series, either. I had heard so many good reviews and I felt it just fell a bit flat
Thank you so much for the tag!
I’m super snowed under so won’t be doing it fully BUT
My go to rec right now seems to be Failure to Communicate by Kaia Sonderby. It’s a scifi with an autistic MC and I loved it so much. And my goodreads reading challenge is 52 books but it’s looking like I might reach that at the half way point!!!
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Oh, that is so wonderful that you might hit your goal at the halfway point! I will have to look into your go to rec as well. Thanks for sharing!