Hi everybody! We’re well over halfway into the inaugural Blog Olympics now, and it’s time for another discussion post…you can check out our previous ones, on sport in books and what makes a classic classic here and here respectively. You can also see a recap of the Olympics so far on the latter post, where everything is handily summarised by Emily.
Anyway, onto today’s post – discussing what elements of a book make it a favourite. Many of us have favourite books – often, not just one but multiple. But what makes a book stand out from the crowd, and identifies it as that special books, the one destined to live on your bookshelf into old age?
For today’s discussion, I’ve set you a few prompt questions…
What, for you, cements a book as a favourite?
Do you generally only have one favourite book at a time, or a whole list of them?
What would be the one (or more!) thing that absolutely prevents a book from making it onto your favourites list?
Right then, let’s discuss! You can comment here, or tweet us using @BlogOlympics and #BOFaves 🙂
An Overthinking Teenager and Emily @ Always Opinionated Girl