The Guilty Reader Book Tag

I saw this tag on Jenna at Bookmark Your Thoughts page and knew that I wanted to give it a go!

The creator of this tag is Chami at read like Wildfire.

Lets get into the questions…

I don’t think I’ve ever regifted a book that I’ve been given, however I don’t get given too many books that I haven’t explicitly asked for.

I have 100% done this. I know I did it in high school at least once when I just couldn’t get through an assigned text in the designated time.

I don’t think I’ve ever done that. I’ve definitely returned books late to the library but I’ve always returned them.

only once and that was the Amanda Lovelace Poetry collection and boy did it stress me out! It wasn’t even a series where you would need to read them in order but I absolutely hate reading series out of order. Even when there is one series and then its companion series. I will read them in order.

Not intentionally or that I know of. I’ve I’ve spoiled a book for you I am so sorry!

I used to dog ear my pages all the time! That’s how my mum used to read so when I started reading longer books I just did what I saw her do. Now I am a religious bookmark user.

I don’t think I have

I don’t think I’ve skipped a whole chapter but I have definitely skim read some more info dumpy sections of books.

I may have at some point, probably back when I was a teenager. Now however I am proud of the books I enjoy to read and it doesn’t really both me if others don’t. Everyone’s different.

I tag everyone!

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