The creator of this tag is Drew@TheTattooedBookGeek. A new and fab blog I came across recently. You should check it out.
- Here are the rules
- The “This Is My Genre. Tell Me Yours” Book Tag:
- The Rules:
- Credit Drew@TheTattooedBookGeek as the creator of the tag, either use the created tag name graphic or create your own and link back to my blog.
- Answer the questions.
Tag as many people as you want. My Tags are as follows:
@kalventure at https://readervoracious.com
@Amalee at https://imagineamalee.wordpress.com/
I haven’t ever done a tag, so let me know id I totally screwed this up 🙂
1). What’s your favorite genre?
I am a Graphic Novel Fan
I also unabashedly love Science Fiction and Fantasy. If I can get a Science Fiction Graphic Novel… ohhh nelly.
2). Who’s your favorite author from the genre?
Brian K. Vaughan or Neil Gaimon. Does anyone else say Neil Fucking Gaimon? Or is it just me. Their books are rich and lovely and build the most surreal pictures in my head and on the pages.
3). What is it about the genre that keeps pulling you back?
It is a mixture of beautiful art and great storytelling.
4). What’s the book that started your love for your favorite genre?
That is a hard question. I can tell you my favorite book most recently is a book called Daytripper by Fábio Moon, Gabriel Bá, Craig Thompson (Introduction), Dave Stewart (Colours), Sean Konot (Lettering)
The Premise is, “What are the most important days of your life?
Meet Brás de Oliva Domingos. The miracle child of a world-famous Brazilian writer, Brás spends his days penning other people’s obituaries and his nights dreaming of becoming a successful author himself—writing the end of other people’s stories, while his own has barely begun.
But on the day that life begins, would he even notice? Does it start at 21 when he meets the girl of his dreams? Or at 11, when he has his first kiss? Is it later in his life when his first son is born? Or earlier when he might have found his voice as a writer?
Each day in Brás’s life is like a page from a book. Each one reveals the people and things who have made him who he is: his mother and father, his child and his best friend, his first love and the love of his life. And like all great stories, each day has a twist he’ll never see coming…
In Daytripper, the Eisner Award-winning twin brothers Fábio Moon and Gabriel Bá tell a magical, mysterious and moving story about life itself—a hauntingly lyrical journey that uses the quiet moments to ask the big questions.”
I haven’t read anything this beautiful and profound in a long time.
5). If you had to recommend at least one book from your favorite genre to a non-reader/someone looking to start reading that genre, what book would you choose and why?
I think the Locke and Key series is a very good place to start. It has everything that you need. Fun story and beautiful graphics.
6). Why do you read?
I breathe therefore I read. Reading is my happy place and my sad place. It is the place of excitement and education. The act of reading is such a part of me that I have to do it. It is who I am. I am a reader.
And anyone else that wants to give this a go?
Love this tag, great post!
I am trying to spread the love. It is so much fun to read!
I *adore* this tag and your love for graphic novels really comes though ♥
Thanks for the mention and for doing my tag.👍📚
It’s a great tag! Fun to do. Cheers!
This is such a fun tag and great to know more about your favourite genre! I’ve never read any graphic novels so thanks for the recommendation. I also love your reason for reading, excitement and education is a great answer <3 xx
Bexa | http://www.hellobexa.com
Thank you for checking out the post! I appreciate it 🙂
Thanks so much for the tag, and I also love Neil Fucking Gaiman!
Never heard of the authors before but I like the way you Neil fucking Gaimon. I shouk ‘s probably check him out.
lol ya. That is pretty much how I refer to him 🙂 I hope you like him.
You inspired me to request Daytripper from my library 🙂 I don’t remember the last time I read a graphic novel..I want to say that maybe I never have?!
I hope you love it as much as I did. It is a perfect combination of art and words. Let me know what you think!
My husband enjoys graphic novels too, he has quite a collection of Marvel and DC ones. This is a lovely tag (and no, you haven’t messed it up!) and I agree with you about reading being both a happy and a sad place 🙂
Lisa | http://www.lisasnotebook.com
This is great. My children love reading comics – it’s reading, so it counts in my eyes! At the last Comic Con that we went to I found a comic titled “I hate Fairyland.” The cover looked a little graphic but I thought that my 9 year old daughter might get a giggle out of it. Glad I read it before giving the comic to my daughter. Funny? Very much so. Appropriate for children? Definitely not!
lol. Yup covers can do that. I am totally going to look this up.