I saw this on Isabelle‘s blog and thought that this was a great idea. That was you guys can get to know me a little better as a blogger. You can read Isabelle’s answers here.
Blog name: KathrynBooksville
At the time I’m writing this 23.
Might have to go with contemporary and romance.
Favorite Male Author:
As of right now, might have to go with John Green. Just because the books that I’ve read I’ve enjoyed, even if they aren’t his most popular books.
Favorite Female Author:
Probably JoJo Moyes. I enjoyed her series Me Before You.
First Book Of 2019? How did you like it?
(Will also be doing 2020)*
My first book of 2019 was PS I Still Love You, the second book in the To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before.
I enjoyed this book. I thought the ending was okay. Would have been better if Lara Jean chose John Ambrose over Peter but that’s just my opinion.
My first book of 2020 was Don’t Read The Comments. This book came out back in January and you’re more than welcome to buy it if books with video games are your thing.
I thought this book was okay. Books with video games are the main theme arent my favorite. I don’t think I will be reading another book where video games serve as the main theme.
Last book of 2019? How did you like it
The last book of 2019 was I am watching you. I enjoyed it and thought it was a good thriller/mystery. It is free on Kindle Unlimited if you want to check it out.
What do you look for in a book? / What makes it really stand out for you?
I don’t look for a lot in a book. I think the cover is just as important as the context of the book.
But how it really stands out for me is if I can connect to a character. It doesn’t have to be the main character but a secondary main character. Also, I like when books make me feel something. It doesn’t have to be sadness but if you can make me feel something it can be a wonderful thing.
Do you collect any particular sets/editions of books?
I don’t collect sets or editions of books. But I do have the first three illustrated editions of Harry Potter. But other than that, if I own a collectors edition then I own a collectors edition. It’s sometimes my only copy.
Favorite Place to Read
The couch or the space between my bed and window.
Do you keep books you didn’t like, or just get rid of them?
If it was a gift I usually keep them. Just because I have a hard time getting rid of books that were gifts. But if it’s a book that I know I bought and didn’t like it then I have no problem getting rid of them.
Which literary character best defines you/do you best relate to?
Minho from the maze runner trilogy. Cause some of his replies are sassy sarcasm and I can reply with sassy sarcasm sometimes as well.
If you want to do this then you are more than welcome to. If you don’t want to that’s completely fine as well.
7 thoughts on “The book interview tag”
I love this book tag idea! It’s a great way for readers to get to know the writer behind the blog. I did something similar on my own blog. I also like how you’ve carried it on in 2020 too!
Yes!!!! I also thought Lara Jean should have chosen John Ambrose. I liked that he has more time in the book and felt there wasn’t enough of him in the movie. When the movie came out, I was even more sad because I really liked John Ambrose. 😦
Haven’t seen the movies but want too 😬
Lol. The books are still better. But John Ambrose…😭😭😭 #myheartmylung