How I Read Tag

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I Just Started Reading and Never Stopped: The Rincey Abraham Story.

I was tagged by Helene Jeppesen:
The original video is gone now. LOLZ I fail.

My YouTube Story:

1) How do you find out about new books to read?
2) How did you get into reading?
3) How has your taste in books changed since you’ve gotten older?
4) How often do you buy books?
5) How did you get into booktubing?
6) How do you react when you don’t like the end of a book?
7) How often have you taken a sneaky look at the back page of a book to see if it’s a happy ending?
8) How many people are you going to tag, and who are they?

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Saidin Rage says:

It's sad to see the decline of the book store. Around here the closest book store is a 45 minute drive, and I don't live in the middle of nowhere or anything :/ I know I can order online or download books, but it isn't the same. I prefer to walk around and look at books and be able to physically hold them :p

Brandi Marie says:

Thanks for the tag! lol I'll help bring it back! Great share!

Blauwkousje says:

My mum is one of those people who look at the last page of a book before reading. I don't understand why anyone would do this, since it could possibly spoil the whole story! A good example that comes to mind is And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie. The last word of this book is the name of the murderer!

1book1review says:

There's a revival of older tags lately,it's fun to see them again 🙂

Cate Tenmatay says:

I don't have a booktube but I do have a blog.  I answered it there:

Nancy's Reads says:

"I was tagged last year." Story of my life. Also, really fascinating about how you find new books to read. I should follow some publishers on twitter…and use my twitter more. 

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