?? πŸŽ€ 20 Questions BOOK TAG 🍡 Spilling Tea on...myself | Summary and Q&A

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?? πŸŽ€ 20 Questions BOOK TAG 🍡 Spilling Tea on...myself

TL;DR

Messy Jesse shares her thoughts on bookish tags, series length, cliffhangers, favorite and least favorite books, and more.

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Key Insights

  • πŸͺ˜ Messy Jesse believes that series length isn't a deterrent as long as the story remains compelling.
  • πŸ’ She enjoys cliffhangers because they keep her engaged and excited for the next installment.
  • πŸ“” Messy Jesse appreciates both hardcover and paperback books for different purposes.
  • πŸ›Ÿ Her favorite books have had a significant impact on her life and perspective.
  • ❓ Messy Jesse dislikes "The Goldfinch" by Donna Tartt due to its perceived racism and xenophobia.
  • πŸ“š She shares her love for her local library and frequently borrows books.
  • πŸ˜‚ Messy Jesse doesn't use bookmarks or dog-ear pages, relying on her memory to remember her place.
  • 🫠 She enjoys reading while listening to music and can focus with background noise.
  • 🫡 Messy Jesse prefers multiple points of view in books if the voices are distinct.
  • πŸ₯³ It takes her about two days to finish a book, depending on the page count.

Transcript

what up my channel? welcome back to anotherΒ  video! i'm messy jesse and you're watching.... coming at you now with another bookish tag! nowΒ  my last video was a tag video and i enjoyed itΒ Β  so much i figured i would upload another one! iΒ  really do enjoy bookish tags and i would reallyΒ Β  like to do them more often on this channel. soΒ  if you have r... Read More

Questions & Answers

Q: How many books is too many in a series?

Messy Jesse believes that as long as the narrative remains strong and compelling, there is no limit to the number of books in a series.

Q: How does Messy Jesse feel about cliffhangers?

Messy Jesse loves cliffhangers, especially in series. They make her excited for the next book and help her remember to pick it up and continue the story.

Q: Hardcover or paperback?

Messy Jesse enjoys hardcovers for aesthetic purposes and book photography, but she has always loved the floppy and portable nature of paperbacks.

Q: What is Messy Jesse's favorite book?

Her favorite book is a tie between "White Oleander" by Janet Fitch, which impacted her greatly as a child, and "Freshwater" by Akwaeke Emezi, which resonated with her as an adult.

Summary & Key Takeaways

  • Messy Jesse announces her enthusiasm for bookish tags and invites recommendations for future tags.

  • She discusses her opinion on series length, stating that as long as the story remains compelling, a large number of books is acceptable.

  • Messy Jesse expresses her love for cliffhangers and explains how they keep her engaged in series and standalone books.

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