So, I’ve been tagged by Blogs-Of-A-Bookaholic and because today, it is thundering and the sky is gloomy, and because I love being asked questions, I am full of answers.
Here are the questions she asked:
1.) Which book do you think should be adapted into a film that hasn’t been already?
Hard one to answer because many of the books I have read are already films, that’s usually how I find out about them. The Woman in White by Wilkie Collins, if it isn’t already a film.
2.) Which classic are you too scared to read/keep putting off? (E.g. War and Peace.)
I do not fear books. Give me a classic, I’ll clear up my schedule. I might not particularly like the book but I’ll see it through.
I don’t watch the show but I like the name Dean better. Sam is too common.
4.) Do you think the paperback will become extinct and be fully replaced with the Kindle?
I thought so at first but then I read a quote by Stephen Fry :“Books are no more threatened by Kindle than stairs by elevators.”
5.) Have you ever had an experience with the paranormal? E.g Ghosts, aliens etc.
No, just the usual sounds in the middle of the night that turn out to be the dishwasher or dark figures that are really just shadows.
6.) Your least favourite genre to read?
Full-packed action. I can’t follow to many movements and usually skim over battle scenes.
7.) Who’s biography would you consider reading?
My own, from the future. I would get to read about everything I will do, any mistakes I should avoid and I could get things done a lot quicker and do more in life because no time would be wasted if I know the shortcuts.
8.) The best birthday present you’ve ever had?
I’ve suddenly gone blank and can not recall a single past birthday present. I don’t make a big deal about birthdays. I don’t even remember what I got for my last birthday. Oh, money. I got money.
9.) Your opinion on Shades of Grey? (Whether you have read it or not.)
I definitely haven’t read it but I think that it should be totally banned because it gives people distorted ideas about human relationships and I believe in the sanctity of marriage as the only place for sex.
10.) Your favourite place to read?
It’s the book not the place. Somewhere quiet but not eerily so, warm, dry and comfortable. My bed is just fine but so is the sofa.
11.) Which books from present day do you think has the potential to become a classic 50/100 years down the line?
Harry Potter. All of these vampire, werewolf and demon series are great teenage reads but they’ll never last. Harry Potter has longevity. It has the magic and the magical creatures but it does it right.
The people I’m tagging:
and ten more volunteers. Just volunteer in the comment box.
And that is how you take the easy option and compensate for your inability to make Blog Buddies.
1) What is the first book you have a memory of as a child?
2) What is the last book you’ve read?
3) What is the worst book you’ve read?
4) Vampires. Yes or no?
5) What are your favourite T.V programmes?
6) What two book characters from different books do you think would make the perfect couple?
7) How do you mark your page?
8) Hop on a plane right this minute. Where to?
9) Have you abandoned any book series? Why? Name them.
10) Do you have any book quirks/habits?
11) What hopes do you have for the future?
1. You must post the rules.
2. Answer the questions the tagger set for you in their post.
3. Create eleven new questions to ask the people you’ve tagged.
4. Tag eleven people with a link to your post.
5. Let them know they’ve been tagged.
So, tag away.