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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: Gale vs Peeta Edward vs Jacob Hardcover vs Paperback Physical Books vs eBooks … Continue reading

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This or That? #100 (Conclusion)

Hello and happy Friday! This week, we talked about what we value most in novels.  29% said character development  26% said storytelling  23% said quality writing  17% said realistic characters 3% said real life situations 2% said world building Special … Continue reading

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This or That? #99 (Conclusion)

Hey friends, This week we talked about whether or not we ever listen to music while we read. 54% said yes, whether it’s all the time or just when we need to shut out other noise. Majority of those people … Continue reading

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This or That? #98 (Conclusion)

Hey friends, This week we talked about what we thought was worse: broken spines or water damage. 74% said that they hated water damage. Mostly because of the wrinkly pages that it causes and how sometimes the pages stick together. … Continue reading

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This or That? #97 (Conclusion)

Hey friends, This week we talked about laying face down when they are open. 38% said they were indifferent. 35% said they hate it with a burning passion. And 27% said they do it all the time. I’m kind of … Continue reading

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This or That? #96 (Conclusion)

Hello, This week we talked about how many books we have read so far this year. 33% said 50+ (kudos to you)! 26% are at 21-30. 18% said 31-40. 10% for both the 11-20 and 41-50 categories and finally 3% … Continue reading

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This or That? #95 (Conclusion)

This week we talked about the last time that we bought books and how long ago that was. For 48% it’s been a week or less.  For 26% it’s been more than a month. 17% said two weeks or less. … Continue reading

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