One: Reading on the couch or on the bed?
On my bed, definitely. It’s where I’m most comfortable, and I love curling up there with a cup of tea and my cat is. DA. BEST!!
Two: Male main character or female main character?
I definitely find myself drawn to female characters more–I think it’s because generally, I relate to girls more than boys.
Three: Sweet snacks or salty snacks when reading?
SWEET all tha way. I’m such a sweet tooth, and I am ashamed to say that there are probably chocolate stains on quite a few of my books. (I know, I’m sorry).
Four: Trilogies or quartets?
ERM, this is a difficult one, and I’m gonna go with a wimpy non-answer. I think it depends on the story. It’s all about pacing and structure, and it varies. However, something I cannot stand is a story that is stretched over multiple books purely for the sake of more books.
Five: First person point of view or third person point of view?
First person. I like to basically be BFF’s with our main character by the end of the book, and I feel like first person is the best way to achieve that completely fictional goal.
Six: Reading at night or in the morning?
Definitely in the night. I think this is something to do with my mum, who unwinds every day with a couple of chapters. Reading at night relaxes me, and it’s something I look forward too every day. Morning Laura is much more yawns and caffeine fueled–reading is not on the agenda.
Seven: Libraries or bookstores?
LIBRARIES ARE THE BEST! Not only are librarians the most lovely of people, but libraries are often a haven for those who might not be able to go to bookstores.
Eight: Books that make you laugh or make you cry?
I’m much more of a laugh-er than the cry-er, but I also think it’s so HARD to craft a really truly funny book. Also, I prefer a good belly laugh.
Nine: Black book covers or white book covers?
BLACK. Mainly coz, although I love white books, I’m much more likely to spill something and stain a white cover.
Ten: Character driven or plot driven stories?
I generally fall head-over-heels in love with characters, and I don’t think plot *quite* as important as an engaging MC.