|Subjecting you to my artistic skillZ once again!|
Same as before, feel free to share photos through Instagram or straight on Twitter. To be a part of our book-loving group and to track this photo challenge, simply tag them with:
1: favourite time to read --> Do you fit reading in during work breaks or is it part of your nighttime ritual? Or does your reading time fall on the weekends?
2: where your books live --> Whether it's on shelves or in your phone, share where you keep your prized reading materials.
3: summary --> This is what [should be the thing that] pulls us into a story. Has there been one that captivated you enough to push you to purchase? Or maybe it was so awful it turned you off of a story completely.
4: high school reading list --> What's the one book that you "had" to read once-upon-a-time, but it turned out to be a favourite? Alternatively, which book would you want to add to the must-read list?
5: lyrics --> They could make you think of a story you love, or inspire desire for a book based off of them - share lyrics that hold some kind of literary connection for you.
6: freebie five --> Which literary boys or girls would you put on your list of people you could be with if the opportunity arose, no questions asked? Damn, I miss FRIENDS.
7: silver screen --> Last month we covered an adaptation that was already made, but this time let's talk about which book SHOULD be a movie.
8: fahrenheit 451 --> Have you read a previously censored book? Or maybe there's one you could see being banned and you're so thankful that it's not? Click HERE for some ideas of past books that were banned.
9: out of your comfort zone --> Some people like to read all over the map, whereas others have certain niches. Which book took you away from what you'd normally read with surprisingly pleasant results?
10: non-fiction --> Usually I get lost in fictional words, but I've read some wonderful non-fiction books as well. From travel stories to autobiographies to reference books, which is your pick?
11: TARDIS --> Time and Relative Dimension in Space: which book has taken you to a different time or world?
12: darkest hour --> Which is the heaviest book you've read? I find this is a question I get a lot, and I have a certain go-to list, but am always looking for other ones that will exercise my brain.
13: acknowledgements --> Similar to last month's "dedication" prompt, but this time from the end of a book. Which acknowledgement has put a smile on your face or a question in your mind?
14: UNF --> Literary porn is a wonderful thing - what's one of the hottest scenes/books you've had the pleasure of reading?
15: old soul --> Which classic character do you relate to and/or love the most? They might not be part of our world, but if you were in theirs, they'd be your best friend.
16: dream cast --> Maybe it's from a movie that's already been cast, or it's one that you wish would be/had been chosen: who embodies your favourite character(s)?
17: star system --> We all have different ways of classifying what we read. Goodreads uses stars, I use book formats - what about you?
18: message in a bottle --> Part of what I love about getting second-hand books is that people have left their mark on them, and it's exciting to see the messages they've left. Which one has been your favourite, or what mark would you leave in a book to pass along?
19: location, location, location --> Where do you like to read: in a comfy chair at home, at a café, or somewhere else entirely?
20: limited edition --> Lots of books have various editions out, so whether limited or not, which is most precious to you?
21: put it in the freezer --> Remember when Joey had to put Little Women in the freezer because it was too much to handle? Share which book you've had to put in the freezer because it's so powerful that it's overwhelmed you.
22: bookshop --> I chat with my friends about opening a bookstore constantly; I mean, owning a space that's also my sanctuary? Heaven. Online or in store, who's the dealer of your literary fix?
23: magazine stand --> Which glossy pages hold your reading fix when you're in the mood for something quick to pick up?
24: beauty is in the eye of the beholder --> Beauty means different things to different people. Sometimes it's physical, others it's intellectual - the list goes on. Which character is most beautiful to you?
25: blog roll --> Not all of the reading we do is of novels; which online forums do your eyes take in on a regular basis?
26: busting up -->Which story had you laughing so hard you could barely breathe? I find comedy a harder element to find in stories, so share which books make you smile so big your face hurts.
27: DIAF --> Share a book that you've read that nobody else should. Save us from the awful writing, horrendous storyline, ridiculous characters, etc.
28: shakespeare -->Even if he's not your go-to guy these days, chances are you've had a taste of the Bard at some point during your life/education. Share which play is your favourite - whether you read, watched, or acted it!
29: WHO NEEDS SLEEP -->Sometimes you have to stay up until 4 AM finishing a book because IT'S JUST SO ENGROSSING AND YOU CAN'T PUT IT DOWN.
30: you give good quote --> My books are filled with stickies and stars and underlined passages; some books just seem to keep them coming one after the other. In your opinion, which one gives the best quotes?
~ #BiblioPhotoADay ~
This is very last minute, but there they all are! I can't wait to see what you bring to April's sharing of words and books and related things that make life good. <3
A/N: FLOOZ, Lena and Lindsey all asked about this month, so thanks to them for making me sit down and come up with another list! FLOOZ, Shine and Bacon also helped with a few prompts *showers them with love*. So much appreciation for you fellow book-lovers - we share the best obsession.