The 20 Question Book Tag

Time for a fun little game! I was tagged by Merie Shen of Imperial Scribis! (Thanks!)

Q1: How many books is too many in a series?

Wellll…I don’t mind them going up to 9, but after that, I think it gets to be a little much.

Q2: How do you feel about cliffhangers?

I don’t mind them, actually. I might have…added one…in The Woodsman. 

Q3: Hardback or paperback?

I don’t really have a preference…or do I? (I think most of my books are paperback)

Q4: Favorite book?

*inward shriek* If there’s one question you should never, ever, EVER ask a bookworm…it’s what their favorite book is.

But I’ll tell a few: Dreamlander, Storming, and A Man Called Outlaw by K.M. Weiland, Pride & Prejudice by Jane Austen (which I admittedly need to finish), Something New by Michaela Bush, the If I Run series by Terri Blackstock…

Q5: Least favorite book?

Hmm…probably all the ones I couldn’t finish.

Q6: Love triangles, yes or no?

Um…I guess I’m indifferent to them. Idk.

Admittedly though, I do have one in my retelling of the Little Mermaid.

Q7: The most recent book you couldn’t finish?

It was actually back in last November, but…Falling For You by Becky Wade. I ended very lightly skimming the pages to see how the mystery would be solved because it was way more interesting than the ‘romance’.

Q8: A book you’re currently reading?

I, uh, haven’t actually been reading most of them lately, but: Wayfarer by K.M. Weiland, Pride & Prejudice by Jane Austen, The Dressmaker’s Secret by Kellyn Roth, Burning Rose by Hope Ann, Interrupted by Rachel Coker, A Lady Unrivaled by Roseanna M. White, The Three Musketeers by Alexandre Dumas, and I’m re-reading Something New by Michaela Bush and Dreamlander by K.M. Weiland.

Q9: Last book you recommended to someone?

Dreamlander by K.M. Weiland.

Q10: Oldest book you’ve read? (by publication date)?

The Bible.

Q11: Newest book you’ve read (by publication date)?

Live Without You by Sarah Grace Grzy.

Q12: Favorite author?

K.M. Weiland, Jane Austen (she really knew how to write wit!), Terri Blackstock, and Michaela Bush.

Q13: Buying books or borrowing?

Buying, because then I don’t have to worry about due dates (though I don’t mind borrowing a book every once in a while) and because that’s the only way I can get my hands on indie books.

Q14: A book you dislike, but everyone else seems to love?

All I can think of are some of the traditionally published Christian books I’ve read.

Q15: Bookmarks or dog-ears?


Q16: A book you can always reread?

Well, I’m already in the midst of re-reading Dreamlander and Something New. I’d like to re-read a few others too sometime.

Q17: Can you read while listening to music?

I can read listening to anything, be it music, talking, busy street noise…well, kinda. It is nice to read in silence every now and then.

Q18: One POV or multiple POVs?

I don’t mind either way, but I do prefer multiple.

Q19: Do you read a book in one sitting or over multiple days?

It usually takes a few days, but I believe I have read at least two in one sitting: Clara’s Soldier by Brittany Fichter and Not By Sight by Kathy Herman.

Q20: Who do you tag?

Michaela – Tangled Up In Writing

Penny – A Southern Belle With Stories To Tell

Hannah – Hannah Heath

That was fun! (Now I have to go in search of more blog tags)

EDIT: I forgot to add The Lost Clue by Mrs. O.F. Walton and My Dearest Julia: The Wartime Letters of Ulysses S. Grant To His Wife, by Ulysses S. Grant, Ron Chernow (Intro) to the books I’m currently reading!

6 thoughts on “The 20 Question Book Tag

    1. You’re welcome! 😊

      Honestly, it’s kinda hard to read because they kept the spelling errors in. My poor inner editor…

      From what I’ve read so far, it’s apparent he really missed her when he was away doing army stuff. And that he got anxious waiting for her letters. (Alright, maybe I should start doing book reviews…)



      1. Ughhh, I wonder how that happened? The ones I’ve gotten since the final version was sent in have been fine. Wonder if Amazon would let you do an exchange/refund or something?

        Aww…*hurriedly adds it to my TBR*


        1. OHH *facepalm* For some reason I thought there was an issue with S/N 😂 That makes more sense.

          Although I don’t know why publications won’t change spelling errors in books like that — I’m reading some early American literature for school this semester and they did the same thing (and whew, an excerpt from Lewis & Clark’s journals was included and Clark’s spelling….yikes)


        2. Well, on the one hand, it does add to the authenticity and it forces me to read slower, because I’m usually a fast reader.

          But on the other hand…WHY. MY POOR BRAIN.


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