I do occasionally read in bed but I read whenever I get the chance to really. I used to read in bed a lot when I was younger though.
On to the tag…
A book that kept you up all night:
I just love this book. I couldn’t put it down at all when I first read it and whenever I re-read it I always have trouble putting it down. It was the first crime novel I ever read and I loved the suspense in it.
A book that made you too scared to sleep:
I first read Darkly Dreaming Dexter when I was about 13 and it really freaked me out. I loved it though.
A book that made you go to sleep:
Tristram Shandy by Lawrence Sterne. I know it was a revolutionary book in its time and it had a massive readership when it was being published but that doesn’t change the fact that I found it boring. I don’t need to read a full chapter about a man walking down a set of stairs. I don’t need to read four chapters about the main character’s birth. I just didn’t need to read any of it.
A book that kept you tossing and turning all night in anticipation of its release:
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by J.K. Rowling. I was 13 when the book was released in 2007 and I was so excited about it. We queued up at W. H. Smiths for it on the release day and everything.
A book that has your dream boyfriend:
The Raven Boys by Maggie Steifvater. I don’t know if I’d prefer to date Gansey or Adam though.
A book that would be your worst nightmare to live in:
Brave New World by Adolus Huxley. I hate the concept of the world in this book. I just don’t like it at all.
A book that reminds you of night time:
I Shall Wear Midnight by Terry Pratchett.
A book that has a nightmarish cliff-hanger:
Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn. This isn’t technically a cliff-hanger but I need to know what happens to Nick and Amy. TELL ME WHAT HAPPENS GILLIAN!
A book you actually dreamed about:
I am Legend by Richard Matheson. It was an horrendous dream where I was being chased by Robert Neville, the main character, and he wanted to kill me even though I wasn’t a vampire.
A book monster you would not want to find under your bed:
The Minotaur from Greek mythology. It’s featured in Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief so it counts as a book monster.
That’s it for this tag! Thank you again to Charley and Erika for tagging me.
Note: This post was scheduled. I am currently on hiatus until the 1st of September 2015.