For E.M’s Ramble Prompt – Books

his week’s topic is “Books“.

Here are the questions:

  1. Do you prefer digital, paperback, or hard bound books? I much prefer paperback or hard bound books. I don’t like reading digital books, it isn’t the same. I want to be able to turn the pages and get the feel of the book.
  2. Do you have a library full of books or just your favourite tales? I haven’t got a library as such, but there are many places I have books. I like reading anything set in the second world war, or where women are featured as strong characters.
  3. Harry Potter, Narnia, or Twilight? (You can choose all three or pick and choose.) My blog name is Writer Ravenclaw, so Harry Potter. I read the stories with my daughter, and she loved them too. It created a bond over books that wouldn’t have been there otherwise.
  4. Do you like when books are turned into movies? Why or why not? It depends. The first Harry Potter movie was way better than the book. Prisoner of Azkaban was a brilliant movie and followed the book impeccably. Half Blood Prince, was the movie where my daughter wanted to throw something at the screen.
  5. What is a book that you have read over and over again? The Harry Potter series of books, there is something great about being part of a magical world, where anything is possible.

Published by writerravenclaw

I am a fifty something mother of two grown up children, and one beautiful grandchild. I have been married for nearly thirty-four years. My first book was published ten years ago. I wrote my book Sticks and Stones because of my experience of being bullied at school.

4 thoughts on “For E.M’s Ramble Prompt – Books

  1. I love that last sentiment. I’m currently reading a children’s book on unicorns (the first one in the Unicorn University series by Daisy Sunshine). I don’t normally care for fantasy books but this is brilliant. I think Harry Potter is just too long for me. I’m so happy you and your daughter bonded over it and over books in general though.

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  2. I will admit that I have not watched all of the movies, but I did read the first book and watched the first movie of Harry Potter. I like it, but I definitely enjoyed the book better than the movie. I think they chose the characters well with how they are described in the book. I love Hagrid. Your explanation of the movies makes me want to watch the entire series of movies 🙂 Thanks for rambling about books with me!

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