An Interview in Pictures with Carolina from Eclectic Book Readings




Today Book Blogger Appreiciation Week is encouraging bloggers to find out a little more about each other via a series of interview swaps. My interview partner is Carolina from Eclectic Book Readings.

Carolina reads a wide variety of different genres and can be found reading anything from YA to the classics. She lives in Portugal  and can be found on twitter @eclectic_reader. I hadn’t heard of her blog before I was assigned her as an interview partner, but I’ll definitely be returning. I’m sure a lot of you will love her blog, so please head over and take a look.

Inspired by a wordless interview with Shaun Tan and Simon’s Book Taste Meme I thought it would be nice to keep words to a minimum and Carolina kindly agree to answer all her questions with the use of photographs. Here are her photographic answers to my questions:

How would you describe your blog?


Can you show your taste in books with a
single image?












Which is your favourite book?












Are your book shelves well organised?












 Where do you like to read?








What is it like where you live?





A big thanks to Carolina for answering my questions! I particularly like her reading taste photo – so dark and atmospheric. I fancy reading a book like that right now…

Head over to Carolina’s blog to see my answers to her questions. 

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  1. Simon T says:

    Wonderful idea! I also love her book taste picture (and thanks for linking! Although it didn’t work for me til I put in the http://www...) I also loved the wordless interview you linked to – what fun!

    1. Jackie says:

      Simon, Sorry – I’ve corrected the link now. Glad you like the interview :-)

  2. stujallen says:

    what a clever interview Jackie ,all the best stu

  3. Meghan says:

    What a fantastic idea for an interview! That book taste picture is so evocative. It makes me, like you, crave a book like that now!

  4. Aths says:

    Fabulous idea! Love the whole interview in pictures!

  5. parrish says:

    Will repeat everyone else this is a brilliant idea, love it.

  6. sakura says:

    What a wonderful idea Jackie! Am going to go to Carolina’s blog to check out your interview!

  7. Janelle says:

    This is the first time I’ve ever read an interview like this. Leaves a lot to the imagination. Wonderful.

  8. I love doing a wordless interview! I agree about the photo she chose for her reading taste: very beautiful and haunting!

  9. Brenna says:

    What a fun way to do an interview! Great idea, Jackie. I always respond well to pictures :)

  10. Andi says:

    I love this idea! Beautiful images, and I can’t wait to visit Carolina’s blog!

  11. Erin says:

    I really like the photo interview format. Images can say so much! Reading is usually…well…so word-based, that taking a break to experience a photo interview is very refreshing. I enjoy Carolina’s blog and had fun learning a bit more about her!

  12. Nice idea! David Copperfield is also a favorite of mine. I’ll head over to Carolina’s blog right now!

  13. Emily says:

    LOVE this interview! What a fantastic idea.

  14. Megan says:

    A very clever idea, indeed! And great pictures, too. The taste in books picture is especially fantastic.

  15. Lu says:

    I love that you did it in pictures! That’s so fabulous.

  16. Amused says:

    Yes, love the photo of your reading taste! I am intrigued.

  17. Anna says:

    I love the idea of a wordless interview! And those pictures all say so much. Thanks for introducing me to Carolina’s blog!

  18. Amy says:

    I love the photos! Great idea :)

  19. These blogger interviews are my favorite part of BBAW – I really like your take on it, with photo answers … thanks for the intro to Carolina!

  20. I love this idea! And they’re great photos.

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