Bookish Interviews: @misscoffeereads

Hello, everyone! How are you? Thank you for clicking on this blog post, today we are interviewing the lovely @misscofeereads who takes beautiful photos with/of her books.
Like all my other interviews, I’d like to begin this by saying that my mission is to not only grow my own blog and Instagram account but help other’s grow too. Please go check out their Instagram account and give her photos a like or a comment! Now, read on!

@misscoffeereads: “Hi! I’ve been curious about the #bookstagram community for a little while and finally decided to take the plunge and make this account. I’m Pamela; I’ve got a voracious appetite for books and coffee. My fave genres are YA, fantasy, and sci-fi and I’m really looking forward to getting more involved with the book community!”

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Before we begin [Like always] I’d like to thank you for doing this, I know it must seem odd but I just love the idea of getting to know and growing each other’s Bookstagram accounts.

Now, for the first question, I’d like to start simple- what are you currently reading?

I just finished reading ‘And I Darken’ by Kiersten White! I’m also currently re-reading ‘The Wicked King’ by Holly Black before the novel ‘Queen of Nothing’ comes out.

2. What is your least liked reading genre?

My least liked reading genre is probably horror. I’m not too big on scares.

3. What is a novel you wish everyone would read and why?

The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern. It’s my favourite book and I’ve been doing a yearly re-read of it for the last few years. I find it nothing short of spellbinding. It would be fantastic if everyone could take a read and hopefully fall for the book too!

4. Have you ever read a novel that impacted you?

‘Heartless’ by Marissa Meyer. I devoured the book and it ended up sparking my curiosity to read more YA books. If not for that book I wouldn’t have ended up the bookworm I am now.

5. If you could meet any character in any novel, who would you choose?

If I could meet any character, I’d probably choose Lila Bard from ‘A Darker Shade of Magic’ by Victoria Schwab. I’d love to get tips on how to be an unapologetic, confident badass like her.

6. Do you use bookmarks or do you create your own?

I mainly use bookmarks that I get from my book depository orders, random receipts or even papers on occasion.

7. Are you a writer? If so, at what age did you start. If not, have you ever wanted to?

I used to write short stories when I was younger. Maybe in the future I’ll restart the hobby if any ideas comes to mind. But right now, I’m pretty comfortable just being a reader.

8. Do you prefer hardcover or paperback?

I prefer paperbacks since they seem easier/lighter to read with.

9. What is something you wish you did earlier, but didn’t?

Cliche answer, but I wish I started reading books earlier. it seems that there are so many novels out there, but not enough time to get through them!

10. Would you rather be a hero, villain, or a side character and why?

I think I’d like the chance to be the hero and go off on some fantastical adventures.

Thank you for allowing me to interview you, it was wonderful reading through your answers, and getting know you better as not only as a Bookstagrammer but as a reader.

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Thank you all for reading, I hope you guys enjoyed. I hope with doing these interviews, it’ll not only shine a light onto these growing Instagram accounts, but help grow our community. If you’d like to say anything, feel free to comment down below. If that doesn’t work for you, you can go to my Instagram or Twitter which will be linked below. Thanks!


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