Would You Rather Feat. Kaley (Words Blog Tour)

Greetings, fellow bookworms!

At the moment I feel a little bit like Kahmunrah from Night At The Museum.

Yes, after letting this blog completely die for three months, I have come baCK TO LIFE. And just in time to do an amazing blog tour for my friend, Kaley! Some of you may already know Kaley from seeing her around the blogging world. Kaley is an amazing friend, artist, blogger, and writer.

Today I have the privilege of posting a collab with her to promote her new author blog, Words. We did a book-themed Would You Rather, which was a lot of fun. (If you missed Diamond’s post yesterday, you can find it here) Without further ado . . . let’s get to it!


Kaley’s Questions

  • Would you rather destroy one favorite to buy three more books or save one favorite and lose thirty books?

K: I’m mean to my own self…. But I’m going to say destroy one favorite and gain three more. I would get the book again, I know I would. XD

J: Ah, this is such a hard question. My favorite book is a bible I’ve had since I was three or four, and I can’t imagine destroying it to buy three other books. So, as painful as it would be, I think I’d choose to save one favorite and lose thirty books.

  • Would you rather read your least favorite classic or your least favorite recent book?

K: Least favorite classics still have cleaner better plots than my least favorite recent books, so I’m going to go classic.

J: (Why are these so hard? XD)

I’d probably be with Kaley on this one, except that my least favorite classic is The Great Gatsby and it really isn’t as clean as it could be. My least favorite modern book is a fantasy/magic series that I assume is geared towards a younger audience. And while it was really boring, I think I’d rather reread that one than reread The Great Gatsby.

  • Would you rather read classics or modern books?

K: Overall, I would say modern books because the best books are books that learn from the past and authors have come even further in so many ways that I would have to choose modern.

J: Hahaha. Classics. 🙂

  • Would you rather read childrens’ books or adults’ books?

K: Children’s. One hundred percent. DEFINITELY.

J: I would much rather read books written for adults. That could have something to do with the fact that most classics were geared towards adults and not children. But even generally speaking, I think I’d rather read something written for adults.

My Questions

  • Read a book your mortal enemy recommended, or re-read your least favorite book?

K: I… I don’t have an enemy, but I know myself: I am stubborn. So I would probably choose to reread my least favorite book and console myself with the fact that I can learn from it.

J: I don’t have a mortal enemy either (that I know of *ahem*), but if I did, and if they happened to recommend a book, I would probably read it. If nothing else, it would be something that my enemy and I could have in common.

  • Tear the last five pages out of five books you haven’t read yet, or tear up five books you’ve already read?

K: *sobs* I don’t have an answer…. I’m going to chose tearing up books I have read simply because that’s killing a book and the last five pages is more like long slow torture… 

J: I would tear out the pages of five books I’ve already read. Because, to be honest, the last five pages are always a bit slow, and they rarely have any new twists to them. (They do usually contain the most quotable lines, though, and for that reason I would probably shed tears for them)

  • Completely ruin your favorite book, or completely ruin a borrowed book?

K: I… I’m a girl of good character, I like to think. A tornado hit my house when I was 6 and I cried because I couldn’t return my library books. So I’d have to ruin my favorite book in order to spare my reputation. 

J: Ehr, I guess I’d probably completely ruin a borrowed book. It sounds terrible, but I hardly ever borrow any books, except from the library on occasion.

  • Have someone spoil the end of a book you’ve been wanting to read, or have someone spoil the biggest plot twist of a book you’ve been wanting to read?

K: Spoil the end. One hundred percent. My grandma already does that (love you though, grandma!).

J: Definitely spoil the ending. I already do that to myself, and plot twists are what I live read for, so it would be a positive tragedy to have that spoiled ahead of time.

  • Never read another classic, or never read another fantasy book?

K: I am sorry, J, and I hope we can remain friends but I would rather never read another classic. XD

J: I think I can forgive you for that, Kaley. XD

This is also another hard question *glares at self* since I write fantasy and of course I like reading in my genre. But I think I’d choose to never read another fantasy book. There are just too many classics I’ve never read and I would be heartbroken if I never got to read them.


Kaley Kriesel is a 15-year-old Christian author from Oklahoma, USA, where she pursues Jesus and studies from her home. She has been writing for as long as she can remember, and when she isn’t writing, learning, or socializing, you can most often find her playing ukulele or reading a book. She has two blogs, Words and Sketch Scribble Scribe. This tour is for Words.


Above you can see the schedule for the rest of the tour. The next post will be on Maggie’s Doodles tomorrow, so make sure you don’t miss it!

Have a wonderful day, and thanks for joining me here. I hope to see you again next Monday.

Jehosheba 💖


What did you think? What would your answers to these questions be? Have you followed Kaley’s new blog yet?

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