Questions About Books and Reading

1: What was the last book you read?
2: Was it a good one?
3: What made it good?
4: Would you recommend it to other people?
5: How often do you read?
6: Do you like to read?
7: What was the last bad book you read?
8: What made you dislike it?
9: Do you wish to be a writer?
10: Has any book every influenced you greatly?
11: Do you read fanfiction?
12: Do you write fanfiction?
13: What's your favorite book?
14: What's your least favorite book?
15: Do you prefer physical books or ready on a device (like a kindle)?
16: When did you learn to read?
17: What is your favorite book you had to read in school?
18: What is your favorite book series?
19: Who is your favorite author?
20: What is your favorite genre?
21: Who is your favorite character in a book series?
22: Has a book ever transported you somewhere else?
23: Which book do you wish had a sequel?
24: Which book do you wish DIDNT have a sequel?
25: How long does it take you to read a book?
26: Do you like when books become movies?
27: Which book was ruined by its movie adaptation?
28: Which movie has done a book justice?
29: Do you read newspapers?
30: Do you read magazines?
31: Do you prefer newspapers or magazines?
32: Do you read while in bed?
33: Do you read while on the toilet?
34: Do you read while in the car?
35: Do you read while in the bath?
36: Are you a fast reader?
37: Are you a slow reader?
38: Where is your favorite place to read?
39: Is it hard for you to concentrate while you read?
40: Do you need a room to be silent while you read?
41: Who gave you your love for reading?
42: What book is next on your list to read?
43: When did you start to read chapter books?
44: Who is your favorite children's book author?
45: Which author would you most want to interview?
46: Which author do you think you'd be friends with?
47: What book have you reread the most?
48: Which books do you consider "classics"?
49: Which books do you think should be taught in every school?
50: Which books should be banned from all schools?

“ Not all toxic people are cruel and uncaring. Some of them love us dearly. Many of them have good intentions. Most are toxic to our being simply because their needs and way of existing in the world force us to compromise ourselves and our happiness. They aren’t inherently bad people, but they aren’t the right people for us. And as hard as it is, we have to let them go. Life is hard enough without being around people who bring you down, and as much as you care, you can’t destroy yourself for the sake of someone else. You have to make your wellbeing a priority. Whether that means breaking up with someone you care about, loving a family member from a distance, letting go of a friend, or removing yourself from a situation that feels painful — you have every right to leave and create a safer space for yourself. ”

—    Daniell Koepke (via internal-acceptance-movement)

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bananagirlworld16:

okay but why don’t more people talk about Night at the Museum like

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poc characters and people being portrayed by poc people

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this movie is so good

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and it has one of the funniest, best, most ridiculous friendships in movie history

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and you have Robin Williams as Teddy Roosevelt I mean

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and if all that didn’t convince you there’s also a t-Rex skeleton that plays fetch with one of its own ribs

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THIS MOVIE

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It’s like in the great stories, Mr. Frodo. The ones that really mattered, full of darkness and danger they were. Sometimes you didn’t want to know the end, because how could the end be happy. How could the world go back to the way it was when there’s so much bad that had happened? But in the end it’s only a passing thing, this shadow; even darkness must pass.

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