This or That? Conclusion

Hi friends,

As you may know, I have ended my weekly meme This or That? after it’s 100th post. Here is a recap of all of those posts:

  1. Gale vs Peeta
  2. Edward vs Jacob
  3. Hardcover vs Paperback
  4. Physical Books vs eBooks
  5. Book Series vs Stand Alone
  6. Scheduled vs Spontaneous Reading
  7. Reasons for DNFing
  8. Reading inside or outside
  9. Favorite genre
  10. Favorite author vs favorite character
  11. HP books vs movies
  12. Owning a bookshop vs getting paid to read
  13. Reviews/recommendations vs instinct
  14. Physical bookstores vs online
  15. Hunger Games vs Divergent
  16. Dystopian/Utopian vs Modern Day
  17. TFIOS vs Paper Towns
  18. Do you write in books?
  19. One book at a time vs multiple
  20. Best-selling author vs Reviewer
  21. Male vs Female Authors
  22. Book covers vs movie covers
  23. Bookmarks vs Dog-ear
  24. A copy of your favorite book that you’ve already read vs a book that you’ve never heard of before
  25. Libraries vs bookstores
  26. POV: 1st or 3rd
  27. Audiobooks: yay or nay?
  28. Write a stand-alone turned movie vs series turned tv show
  29. Long vs short novels
  30. Original fairy tales vs retellings
  31. Watch the movie first vs read the book first
  32. Never read your favorite book again vs burn the last three that you read
  33. Getting to choose the cast for a movie vs rewriting a book
  34. Love triangles vs OTP
  35. Reading in the morning, night, or midday
  36. Comic books/graphic novels
  37. Historical fiction (yes or no)
  38. Skipping ahead
  39. 24 hours with a fictional character vs in a fictional world
  40. What do you do with books that you don’t like
  41. Biographies and memoirs
  42. What’s worse: when you don’t like the plot or the characters
  43. Would you prefer to have the ending spoiled or never know what happens
  44. Single or multiple perspectives
  45. What’s worse: missing the middle chapters or the first and the last
  46. Breaking spines (yes or no)
  47. Lending books
  48. Are there any books that you liked before but have changed your mind about
  49. Movie adaptations
  50. What’s worse: damaged books or “lost” ones
  51. When do you read reviews
  52. Do you write reviews
  53. Do you read NA
  54. Trigger warnings
  55. Book clubs
  56. Ebooks or audiobooks
  57. Novel or short stories
  58. Do you always read novellas
  59. Unfinished Series
  60. Reading vs writing
  61. How often do you read book descriptions
  62. Booktube
  63. Fiction vs nonfiction
  64. NaNoWriMo
  65. Goodreads
  66. Faces on book covers
  67. Book blogs vs booktube
  68. Fan fic
  69. Favorite authors
  70. Favorite classics
  71. Books that make you cry
  72. Childhood favorites
  73. Authors you don’t like
  74. Books you say you’ll read but haven’t
  75. New or used
  76. Halfway through a series. Will you keep going?
  77. Read as released vs when series is complete?
  78. One star ratings
  79. Favorite Nonfictions
  80. The Giver Quartet
  81. Do you reread often?
  82. Steampunk
  83. Where do you get your books?
  84. Book subscription boxes
  85. Currently reading
  86. Dystopia with male protagonists
  87. How do you buy books?
  88. Reading slump
  89. Fantasy vs mystery
  90. Popular authors
  91. Surprise Novel
  92. Cover, description or author
  93. Typos
  94. TBRs
  95. When did you last buy books?
  96. How many books have you read so far?
  97. Laying book open
  98. What’s worse: water damage or a broken spine
  99. Listening to music while reading
  100. What do you value most in a novel?

Now that I’ve officially given this up, I think Bookish Quotes will replace this starting next Monday.


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Hi! I'm Rae. 25. Avid Reader. Book Blogger. Intersectional Feminist. Gryffinclaw. Coffee & Tea Lover.
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3 Responses to This or That? Conclusion

  1. Pingback: July Wrap Up! 2017 | bookmarkchronicles

  2. ashley says:

    Bookish quotes do sound like they would be so much fun! I really enjoyed This or That, especially the ones where I really had to think of my answers.

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