The Boujee Booktuber Tag!
Olive's original video:
1. What is your average monthly budget for books?
2. What's the most you've ever spent in a bookstore?
3. Are you willing to pay full price for a brand new release, or will you wait until you have a coupon or there's a sale?
4. Would you rather buy one new book or several less expensive used copies?
5. What do you think is a reasonable price for a new hardback book? A paperback? An eBook?
6. Is a signed book worth more to you? How about a first edition?
7. What is your most valuable book (sentimental or actual value)?
8. Will you pay more for a cover or edition you like better?
9. What physical characteristics does a good quality book have?
10. If you won the lottery, what bookish things would you do with the money?
BONUS: Give us an image (actual or mental) of your dream home library!
'Cold Warriors:Writers Who Waged The Literary Cold War' by Duncan White
'Doxology' a novel by Nell Zink
'The Money Cult: Capitalism, Christianity, And The Unmaking Of The American Dream' by Chris Lehmann
'The Way of the (modern world) Or, Why It's Tempting to Live As If God Doesn't Exist' by Craig M. Gay foreword by J. I. Packer (read Chapter Three "The Intrinsic Secularity of Modern Economic Life" pg. 131)