Friday, June 15, 2018

Book Blogger Hop #46: June 15th - June 21st




Hello everyone! I'm participating in another book meme called the Book Blogger Hop which is hosted by Ramblings of a Coffee Addicted Writer!  Basically, you just answer weekly questions and then post up your link on the question's page.


This week's question is : 

 This week's question is submitted by Maria @ Silver's Reviews.


You have just won a $100.00 Visa gift card. Will you spend the entire amount on a rare collector's edition you have always wanted, or buy several newly-published books? Explain your choice.



I would definitely use it on buying newly published books!  Getting a rare collectors edition is just one item and I would rather spend it on getting multiple books on my shelf than to get just one book.



14 comments:

  1. I think the consensus is to buy new books even though a rare edition would be amazing to have on display.

    Thanks for sharing your thoughts.

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  2. I'm more likely to buy multiple books as well. Unless it was just something SO incredible I had to have it!

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    Have a GREAT day!

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    1. Same here! If it's something I really wanted, then I might try to buy it. But, I would rather buy multiple books!

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  3. Great answer! I definitely relate. I'd prefer to get a range of books rather than a different edition of one/a series that I already own.

    Feel free to check out my own answer if you wish!

    - Charlotte (InkBlottings)

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  4. Good reason. I went the opposite way myself.

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  5. I definitely would buy newer books as well (although maybe not brand new because I'm a bargain shopper and try to buy books on sale whenever possible).

    Have a great weekend. - Katie

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  6. Ronyell, its amazing most people have chosen few books rather than one. I guess for me, it depends on what's on my wishlist eg if I wanted a book from The Folio Society I'd probably get that, but I also said few vs one.

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