Tara (ravenclawed) wrote,

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Stolen from danalas

Hardback or Paperback? Paperback. Hardcovers are too expensive.

Highlight or Underline? Both, though not at the same time.

Lewis or Tolkien? Never read Lewis. Tolkien is too dense for me to get far into.

E.B. White or A.A. Milne? Both.

T.S. Eliot or e.e. cummings? T.S. Eliot.

Stephen King or Dean Koontz? Never read either of them.

Barnes & Noble or Borders? B&N, definitely.

Waldenbooks or B. Dalton? Neither.

Fantasy or Science Fiction? Fantasy.

Horror or Suspense? Suspense.

Bookmark or Dogear? Dogear. Can never keep track of bookmarks. But if it's a hardcover, I use the dustjacket.

Hemingway or Faulkner? Neither.

Fitzgerald or Steinbeck? Steinbeck.

Homer or Plato? Homer.

Geoffrey Chaucer or Edmund Spenser? Chaucer, if only for how he was in A Knight's Tale.

Pen or Pencil? Pen.

Looseleaf or Notepad? Notepad.

Alphabetize: Almost everything.

Dustjacket: Love 'em.

Novella or Epic? Novella. Who's got time for an epic?

John Grisham or Scott Turow? Don't like Grisham, but I've never heard of Turow.

J.K. Rowling or Lemony Snicket? Rowling! Rowling! Rowling!

John Irving or John Updike? Don't know either of them.

Fiction or Non-fiction? Fiction, always.

Historical Biography or Historical Romance? Historical Romance.

A Few Pages per Sitting or Finish at Least a Chapter? At least a chapter.

Short Story or Creative Non-fiction Essay? Short story.

"It was a dark and stormy night" or "Once upon a time"? "Once upon a time." Love me some fairy tales.

Buy or Borrow? Always buy. Even from Blockbuster.

Book Reviews or Word of Mouth? Both.
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