25 Bookish Fact’s

Hello my bookworms,

Yes, that it it’s perfect, instead of the boring hello everyone/everybody I’m not going to say bookworms. What do you think?

I was looking at www.thebookishintrovert.wordprss.com account and saw that she did 25 Bookish Facts and I thought that would be perfect for today’s post and I know that I didn’t post yesterday but I saved it for today as the 3rd of March is WORLD BOOK DAY.

  1. I started my book account on Instagram (book362worm) just before the summer holidays 2015 which is where I have made loads of great friends.
  2. My goal for this year is to read 100 books.
  3. I cry if I get emotionally attached to the book that makes me feel like I’m apart of it and then a character die’s i.e. The Fault In Our Star’s and Second Chance Summer.
  4. My favourite place to read my book is in a tree. Yes, a tree we have a big one in our back garden and I love to climb to the highest branch to read, which I’ll stay there for hours.
  5. My favourite author has to be John Green.
  6. My current favourite book is Darkmere by Helen Maslin.
  7. My drink of choice while reading tends to be a hot chocolate, I suppose it depends on what mood I’m in.
  8. I’ve got in trouble at school before because I was reading my book under the desk and soon all my teachers caught on … ugh maths
  9. A book I love to re-read if I’m sad or in the romance mood is The Kissing Booth by Beth Reekles. I absolutely love this book and it will always cheer me up.
  10. Favorited quote about books is “Books have to be heavy because the whole world’s inside them” by Funke, Inkheart.
  11. My worst bookish habits are either breaking the spine (not so much now) and dropping my book in the bath or swimming pool!😁
  12. I don’t tend to use bookmarks, mainly because I only own one which I lose a lot. Normally you will find anything like right now I have a stamp book as my book mark.
  13. Might be just me but I take the dust jacket of hardbacks when I am reading them.
  14. My book shelf’s is a mess and have no kind of any order.
  15. I have met a few author but when I sau authors I mean youtubers/celebrity who have published a book about themselves; Tyler Oakley, Marcus Bulter, Pointless Blog and Charlotte Crosby.
  16. Whenever I read a book I always visualize the character in it and chat to people afterwards to see how they saw them. (it’s really interesting to see there opions)
  17. The longest I have ever gone without reading a book is a week and a half.
  18. I know. I know, this one is weird but I’m not a big fan of series of book’s because I find they drag and yeah … sorry not sorry.
  19. If I write in my book it’s only in pencil and that’s if I’m underlining a quote and then I write the page number on the front page.
  20. My books are either brought from online (amazon) or in a bookshop (Waterstones’s) but they are two completely different things. If I’m buying online, I know what I’m getting if I’m going in a shop I enter with an open mind and have no clue what I am going to walk out with.
  21. I try to read the minim of 75-100 pages a day.
  22. Whenever I finish a book I have to sleep on it till I can start the next one. Does that make sense? So if I finish one Monday, I won’t start one until Tuesday morning at the earliest.
  23. I think I prefer fictional boys to real life one’s as a lot nicer and they can look how you want them to.
  24. My favourite fictional character that I would want to be in a realationship would be either Noah Flynn from the Kissing Booth or Jace Adams from The Summer Unplugged Series.
  25. The last fact has to the obvious one I can’t enter a book shop without having to buy at least one book!!

Now, I dare you to do this tag…

Peace Out ✌️ book362worm aka Hannah


7 thoughts on “25 Bookish Fact’s

  1. Nice facts. You and I have some things in common. I too love the quote from Inkheart. I really liked the book. A book full about books. What’s not in common would be that my bookshelf is nicely arranged. I am crazy about keeping it clean.
    I liked your website too. I am inspired to do more with mine. 🙂
    Nice to see a fellow bookworm.


  2. Great facts! Reading up in that tree, the breeze must be so awesome! I do the same with resting on one book before starting the next. I just couldn’t let it go yet and then have trouble embracing new characters.

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