Thanks to Lydia at 22 Is Still Young Adult for tagging me! This looks like fun.
How do you find out about new books to read?
Goodreads, and recently through reviews posted by other bloggers. I also check out the Netgalley lists for books to add to my TBR list.
How did you get into reading?
I grew up listening to fairytales since I was a child–bedtime stories weren’t enough for me; I needed a story at breakfast, at lunch, after school, before studying, and well…you get the gist. So it wasn’t a surprise to anyone when I started devouring books as soon as I learned to spell. Also, my parents, my Nanu (maternal grandmother) as well as uncles and aunts (again on my maternal side) are all avid readers, so of course I am no different.
How has your taste in books changed as you got older?
I used to read a lot of classics and non-English titles. Now, for the past three years I have mostly read YA and all English titles but I’m trying to break out of that routine and be as diverse a reader as I can be.
How often do you buy books?
I buy physical books whenever my mom lets me which isn’t often–ever since she discovered e-books, she insists on buying those for me since they literally don’t take up space. And as we are a family of readers, you can imagine how much of our space is used up for all of our books.
How did you get into book reviewing?
I am not sure but I think I got the idea when I was planning to make a blog for my book-obsession. I figured if I was gonna make a book blog, might as well make it a book reviewing blog.
How do you react when you don’t like the end of a book?
I now tag:
Do it! Don’t do it! It’s still fun.