How obsessed with books am I actually? Quiz

I didn’t even know that these were a thing. How obsessed with books am I actually? Um, heck yes I’m doing this. Thanks to Riddhi @ Whispering Stories for tagging me! I also think my life revolves around books, which is probably why I have a book blog. Let’s see if Buzzfeed agrees.

Question #1

Unlike a lot of bookworms, I don’t have a huge bookshelf. I don’t buy that many books, unless they’re being gifted to me, and I don’t own a huge number.

Question #2

I like watching the movie adaptations of books. Obviously, there are some that are really bad (I’m looking at you, Percy Jackson) and some that are pretty good (The Hunger Games). And though I’ve watched almost all the Harry Potter movies—don’t kill me, but I haven’t read the books. I think in 4th grade I started reading the 1st but then quit halfway through.

Question #3

At least 3. There’s no explanation needed. Say I’m going on vacation for 2 weeks, of course I’ll need at least 3 books.

Question #4

Easily more than 150. Hello? I’ve already read 50 books this year, and we’re only a 3rd in!

Question #5

Yup, 3am for me. I don’t even remember what I was reading, but I remember not being tired at ALL. Well, until I realized it was 3am. Don’t tell my parents.

Question #6

*Insert inward cringe* Sorry, guys. But I got started really loving books during Quarantine, so I can’t exactly go to the library, though I do still pick up books from school. I had a library card, though I don’t know where it is . . . but anyways, once Quarantine ends, I’m going to be visiting the library a lot more.

Question #7

I’m not listening to anyone who says that Goodreads groups aren’t book clubs. Technically, they are. You have a monthly book, and you read that book and discuss it with everyone else. That’s bascially what a book club is.

Question #8

I mean, if my parents didn’t make me leave, I’d spend a whole week in a big book store. There’s a Barnes and Noble the next town over, that is amazing, it’s so huge, I wish I could live there.

Question #9

If there was a special edition of The Selection, I wouldn’t buy it. But if there was a special edition, of, say, Six of Crows, of course I would.

Question #10

Obviously. Who doesn’t?

Question #11

Like Riddhi said, I don’t buy books every week but I browse Amazon a lot for books.

Question #12

Dude, I do this all the time.

Question #13

If it’s some social gathering where my parents know everyone but I don’t know anyone, I’m usually just sitting in the hallway reading peacefully. But I have to do it in secret, otherwise my parents are going to rope me into some activity. It’s a real struggle.

Question #14

They totally have. I have changed so much since I started reading, and I’m loving it.

My Result!

I agree with this. It’s pretty accurate. I wonder what 100% book obsessed looks like . . .

Here are the people I tag:

And . . . YOU! If you want to.


What did you think of this quiz? What was your favorite question? Leave your thoughts in the comments below!

20 thoughts on “How obsessed with books am I actually? Quiz”

  1. Oh dang, 90% is good! I believe I took this quiz when I saw Riddhi’s post on it and I got something like 82% or so…honestly, I just don’t go to bookstores very often because I’m cheap but the library is my savior, lol. Also I misread the questions about wheres the weirdest place you’ve brought a book, I thought it was saying where’s the weirdest place you’ve BOUGHT a book and I was like ‘how do you buy a book at a party or a concert???’ but I’ve definitely BROUGHT a book to a party haha.

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  2. Awesome post, I loved reading your choices (they’re mostly like mine!), and thanks so much for tagging me!! I’ll try to do it soon! ❤

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  3. 50 books, Ritz???? You’re a MACHINE!!! I wish I could read that much :’)
    I llike that quarantine is what made you start loving books! I mean, something good had to come from this situation, right?
    Parents making you socialise is the worst! I just want to reaaaaadddddd and escape the awkwardness of talking with people I don’t know, pleaseee.

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