I saw this on Twitter and didn’t have a post planned, so I figured I’d do this instead. Typically, this is done with 1 Like = 1 Answer, but I’m just going to answer them all and see how many I’ve done. I highly encourage you all to do this as well, and feel free to share your answers! Glancing at this list, I’ve done quite a few of these, so let’s just jump in and find out exactly how many.
This post could easily be a mile long, so to avoid that, I’m not going to be rewriting the questions – but you’ll be able to reference the picture above to see what my answers are referring to.
- More times than I can count.
- Nope…idk why you would do this. At least, I’ve never purposefully hid a book. I’ve definitely misplaced it and had to search for it.
- Definitely. Without a doubt.
- Just once.
- 2019 has been the year of DNFs.
- Does my own character count?
- Allegiant. That movie sucked, comparatively to the book. I still watch them often though.
- Again, the Divergent series.
- THE. TIME. Though, since October, not so much. Self-imposed Book Buying Ban.
- Too many to count.
- First book that ever brought me to tears Clockwork Princess. It was that scene at the end. You know which one. Before that book I never cried while reading, now I tear up way more often.
- Multiple times.
- All of them. And I’m even friends with some of them!
- Check out my Brigid Kemmerer and Jennifer L. Armentrout Collections.
- I don’t do a lot of Kindle books – something I need to rectify, but I have gone to the bookstore release day to get a book.
- See above, but I’ve definitely brought books and disappeared into a quiet corner to read.
- I love them.
- I’m in one with a few neighbors and we meet every month or so to talk about whatever book we read and drink wine. But really, it’s more wine drinking and just talking than actually discussing the book.
- My first ever ARC was Sacrifice by Brigid Kemmerer.
- No? What is considered taboo? I’ve never willingly gone out of my way to read questionable content, and isn’t taboo a subjective term?
- Surprisingly no.
- The. Time. I love them.
- Sometimes daily.
- Yep! Drew Leighty. He’s great and he signed my books.
- Philly, DC, Baltimore.
- All of them. Well, most of them.
- Again, does mine count? But yes. Often.
- Of course. Doesn’t everyone?
- A. Few.
- No? Huh?
Okay, clearly, I didn’t really play Never Have I Ever correctly, but this was fun! Coming up with the answers was surprisingly easy. Sometimes these kinds of posts appear as if they’re going to be quick to write up and then they take hours, but not this one.
I hope you all enjoyed this quick Q&A/game and I hope you give it a try!