Just to show I am making an effort to get back to you all. Apparently this has been around for a time, but as I have been missing so it's new to me! So I have snagged.
Hardback or paperback:
I do like a hardback book ... but there again, a soak in a bath with a paperback is great.
Borrow or buy:
Buy. Will borrow some things, but if I like them I "need" to buy.
Fantasy or sci-fi:
Bits of either.
Love-triangle or love at first sight:
Either - depends on the author.
Wall shelves or bookcases:
I have both ... you can't have enough, can you?
Bad plot with good characters or good plot with bad characters:
Hard, I suppose I like the characters to be the strong part if I have to pick either/or. People who I can love or hate in a poor story is better, as like can sometimes be humdrum!
Harry Potter or Percy Jackson:
Booklr or Bookstagram:
Contemporaries or Fantasy:
English books or books in your native language:
My native language is English.
Buy in a bookshop or buy online:
Depends on the book. Online is often cheaper, but it's good to see the actual book itself, sousually at a book shop.
Amazon or book depository:
Buy because of the cover or because of the description:
Alphabetical shelves or colour coordinated:
Neither. Mine are arranged by genre, then in height within those catagories.
Different sized books or matching sizes:
Doesn't matter ... depends on the subject.
Wait to marathon a series or read as they’re released:
Read as you go ... I may even end up giving up. Although then you have to sit and wait for answers (come on Jim Butcher)
Movie or tv adaptations:
Reading indoors or outdoors:
I will read anywhere.
Coffee or tea:
Silly question, I'm English! Tea.
Bookmarks or random objects to mark your page:
My Bibles are all full of bookmarks, but other books is either a bookmark or a slip of card.
Dog-earing or bookmarks:
Used to dog-ear, but tend to now use bookmarks.
Be your favourite character or be their best friend:
Depends on the story.
Physical or e-book:
Bibles and other factual books are physical. But I have got into a kindle for many of my fiction books, although still have actual books to read as well.
Read in bed or on a chair:
Mostly in bed - I was brought up that reading during the day is lazy!!
Audiobook or ebook:
Love listening to James. He used to travel to and from home while Mum & Dad were alive. Now he comes to the gym with me! As I said, I do love my Kindle. Have a couple of sites that do free, or cheap eBooks, so that is even better.
Series or stand-alones:
Reading in the winter or reading in the summer:
Funny question - any day, every day!