This is where you will find a more in depth look at what I read, review, love, and dislike. If you have any questions that you would like answered, please ask them in the comments below.


Which book has been on your shelves the longest?
I am a collector books, you could say. I have more books at any given time than I could possibly read within even a few months. If I see a book I might like, I get it. I hit book sales, yard sales, and occasionally I buy brand new. We won't even mention the library. There is no way to realistically answer this question because I have SO many that have been on my shelves for years, both read and unread.

What book did everyone like and you hated? I can't think of a specific book, but I don't care for most "classic literature". It bores me. I did dig Hamlet though.

What book did you like that a lot of people didn't?
Wideacre by Philippa Gregory. A lot of people are too sensitive to the strong topics in the book (ie. incest), but I found it to be a very, very good tale.

Which book do you keep telling yourself you’ll read?
Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. Just to say I did. I didn't have to read it in high school, and even though I have an aversion to the classics, I feel like I'm missing out.

The Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri. Just to say I did.

Read the last page first, or wait?
Wait. I like to be surprised.

Which book character would you switch places with?
Harry Potter (despite the fact that he is a boy, and a child), it sounds like fun.

Which Authors do you want to read that you haven’t yet?
Michelle Hodkin. I am looking forward to reading The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer

Which books are still on your shelf from when you were in school?
James and the Giant Peach, Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret, Hamlet.

Which book has been with you to the most places?
Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert. I've read it twice because of how it speaks to me. I always keep it close by and flip to a random page if I need some inspiration. Haha, sounds like most people with their bible.

Any “required reading” you hated in high school that wasn’t so bad ten years later?

Stephen King or Anne Rice?
Neither. If I'm going horror, I prefer Dean Koontz.

Used or brand new?

Have you ever seen a movie you liked better than the book?
NO. I have however, seen movies before I read (or heard of) the book, in which case, I don't bother to read the book.

Who is the person whose book advice you’ll always take?
Just about anyone.

Recommend a series/ or book:
Nuala Anne McGrail novels by Andrew M. Greeley, Wideacre series by Philippa Gregory, Endangered by Pamela Beason, The Baker's Wife by Erin Healy,

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