The Book Snob Tag

Hey guys!

this draft is from two months ago…

I saw this tag on D’s blog and since she left an open nomination, I decided to give it a try. Let’s go!

Adaptation Snob ~
Do you always read the book before seeing the movie?

No. In general, I try to, but sometimes I need to see the movie before I get interested in the book. Like I had to watch the LOT movies before I would commit to reading the books. And I still haven’t finished reading the last book!

Format Snob ~
You can only choose one format in which to read books for the rest of your life. Which do you choose: physical books, ebooks or audiobooks?

Physical books! Ebooks are convenient sometimes, but nothing beats paper books.

Genre Snob ~
You have to ditch one genre never to be read again in your life, which do you ditch?

Hmm, probably romance? I don’t like reading that anyway, so I’m fine to ditch it.

Uber Genre Snob ~
You can only choose to read from one genre for the rest of your life, which genre do you choose?

That one is a bit harder…I suppose fantasy. I feel like there are a lot of different types of fantasy, so I wouldn’t get too bored.

Community Snob ~
Which genre do you think receives the most snobbery from the bookish community?

I’m not really sure. I don’t keep up with the bookish community that well, so I wouldn’t know. But maybe classics get a bad rap? And I’m guilty of judging classics too. But they aren’t all super dense and just because you hated reading it for school doesn’t make it a bad book.

Snobbery Recipient ~
Have you ever been snubbed for something that you have been reading or for reading in general?

No, I can’t say I have!

That was fun! I’m going to continue the open nomination, so if you’re interested in doing this tag, feel free!

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3 thoughts on “The Book Snob Tag

  1. Ooh that was quick! I totally agree on giving up Romance haha! It’s not that I hate it but I feel like it’s overdone to the point it’s just ew 🤦‍♀️
    ALSO FINISH LOTR 💫

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    1. Yesss for sure. And there are always romances in books that are fantasy/sci-fi/mystery…why do I need to read from the romance genre? heh.
      Okayyyyyy, I will. (eventually…)

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