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Never Have I Ever Book Tag!

Thanks to Readworth for tagging me in this fun book tag. They are just back from a hiatus so be sure to check their blog out if you haven’t already!

Rules:

  1. Link back to the original creator (Madame Writer)
  2. Link back to the person who tagged you or the blog where you first saw this tag.
  3. Answer all prompts.
  4. Add one more prompt of your own.
  5. Tag at least five people.
  6. Don’t lie.
  7. Have fun!

Never Have Ever… read a later book in the a series before reading the first book.

Ok, so I have done this but totally by accident and it was a crime series where you didn’t strictly have to read them in order. Once I realised I bought the first book and stuck to the order then.

Never Have I Ever… burned a book.

Never! I don’t know why I would ever want/need to.

Never have I Ever… read a book I knew I would hate.

Nope. Again, not sure why I would. My reading time is so limited I tend to only pick up books I hope I will love.

Never Have I ever… wrote a fanfiction about my favourite books.

I’ve only ever written one Fanfiction, it was around 10 years ago and for Hotch/Prentiss from Criminal Minds (don’t judge.) I do read a lot of it though.

Never Have I Ever… loved a book when I was young, yet hated it when I got older.

I don’t think so. Mainly because I haven’t really re-read any of the books I read as a child except Harry Potter and a couple of Roald Dahl who I love.

Never Have I Ever… dressed up as one of my favourite literary characters.

We have National Book Day over here and when I was in primary school I used to love dressing up as my favourite character at the time. I think The Worst Witch was my best costume.

Never Have I Ever… hated a book by an author I love.

I wouldn’t say hated. I LOVE Victoria Schwab, but I really couldn’t get into her Monsters of Verity series.

Never Have I Ever… gone into a bookstore to buy one book and come out with many more.

More like never have I ever gone into a bookstore for one book and left with only one 😂.

Never Have I Ever… read the ending of a book before reading the beginning.

Nope, I hate reading spoilers because then I just don’t find myself getting as invested in the story as I usually do.

Never Have I Ever… read a book without the dust cover.

All the time, mainly so I don’t damage it whilst reading.

Never Have I Ever… skim read nearly half a book.

I don’t think so. I always end up missing things if I skim read and end up having to read it again anyway.

Never Have I Ever… pretended to have read a book that I haven’t.

Nope. I’ve forgotten I’ve read a book before and told people I haven’t read it, but never the other way around.

Never Have I Ever… saw the movie before the book.

HA all the time. I have a much broader love of genres in films than books so I watch a lot of rom-com films but don’t read a lot of romance books.

Never Have I Ever… had a book boyfriend.

I think my first was Ron Weasley in Harry Potter, but yes, I do get crushes on fictional characters, mainly because some of them are just so swoon worthy.

My new prompt: Never Have I Ever… read a history book or anthropology book for fun.

Yes, I’m actually a huge modern history fan. I actually buy my dad books for Christmas knowing he will enjoy them, but also because I want to read them!

My extra prompt!

Never have I ever… picked up a book based on the cover alone.

Tags!

Susan

Dini

Evelyn

Leah

Ellie

12 replies »

  1. So about reading a book I knew I would hate… does reading a book you thought you would love but continuing it just for the purpose of the review count? Asking for a salty friend and the readers of salty reviews who ask her to do so.

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  2. Oooh you got me on the last one! I definitely have picked up a book because of the cover. I actually think I pick books on the cover more often than I do on the back of the book. Sometimes I don’t even bother to read what the book is about… And sorry for taking so long to see this! Apparently I’m a huge fan of long hiatuses.

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