Top 5 Tuesday: ways to catch a bookworm

Hey, guys!
It’s Tuesday, which means it’s time for a bookish favorites post. Top 5 Tuesday is hosted by Meeghan over on Meeghan Reads and is quite simple: check out the topic and write a post with your picks.
This month is going to be all about bookworms. To kick things off we are talking about ways to catch a bookworm!

#1 lay a trail of books lol

This is the most obvious one but I could guarantee it would work for me. Just give me all the books!

#2 ask them about their favorite story

If you ask me about a book I really like I could go on and on forever talking to you about it. That would be such an easy way to ensnare me, and I think every other bookworm!

#3 ask them about a story they hated

As much as I like talking about a book I liked, I can guarantee I’d be talking five times as long about something that I hated. I notice that when I write reviews I tend to write a lot more if I hated something. So I feel that giving a bookworm the chance to complain about a story would be an easy way to catch them!

#4 ask them about a character they wanna be irl friends with

There are so many books that really capture you. Where you fall in love with the characters and just want them in your life, be friends with them. I’m pretty sure any bookworm could talk about that for a while!

#5 ask them which book they want to see adapted into a movie/show

If you ask me about that I will never ever shut up again.

What’s the best way to capture a bookworm? Let me know in the comments!

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