AUTHOR YOU’VE READ THE MOST BOOKS FROM
I think, by now, that would have to be Sarah J. Maas or Ellen Hopkins. Hopkins more in my younger teen years, while I still read Maas today!
BEST SEQUEL EVER
- Game by Barry Lyga – While I haven’t read this series in quite awhile, I remember being blown away at the time. This is definitely one of those underrated series. The ending of this book killed me.
- The Pawn by Skye Warren – I downloaded this because it seems to be a smash hit in the world of self-book publishing. We’ll see…
- Nevernight by Jay Kristoff – I saw a review awhile ago that got me interested in this, and I ordered it a couple of weeks ago and am just now getting into it. Boy, is it a monster, but it’s kind of addicting. So far, it’s amazing.
- The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger – I’m re-reading this for the third time as a buddy read with Sara!!
DRINK OF CHOICE WHILE READING
Hot mint tea!
E-READER OR PHYSICAL BOOK
Definitely the physical book. But, I recently purchased an E-reader, so I’m slowly getting accustomed to reading off of that, right now.
FICTIONAL CHARACTER YOU PROBABLY WOULD HAVE ACTUALLY DATED IN HIGH SCHOOL
Ha! I only seriously dated one person in high school, which was an actual disaster and has resulted in a crap ton of awful poetry.
That being said, I feel like Celeana from the Throne of Glass series would fit me, because I feel she’s the kind of girl who doesn’t like to send mixed signals and would tell me exactly what she wanted, and I like that.
GLAD YOU GAVE THIS BOOK A CHANCE
- Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo – While not ranking among my favorites, was still one that I’m glad I decided to read after putting it off for so long.
HIDDEN GEM BOOK
- Starry Eyes by Jenn Bennett – I honestly wasn’t sure I would like this one. But. It. Was. Amazing.
IMPORTANT MOMENT IN YOUR READING LIFE
Probably when I realized that anyone can write a story…whether that be good or bad, but anyone, nonetheless.
- Surviving Adam Meade by Shannon Klare – I’m actually going to be on a blog tour for this (official announcement soon)!
KINDS OF BOOKS YOU WON’T READ
I will give a lot of things a chance, but I tend to avoid nonfiction, and romance involving BDSM. But, recently, I’ve been really open.
LONGEST BOOK YOU’VE READ
- The Wise Man’s Fear by Patrick Rothfuss – 993 pages of AMAZINGGGGGG
MAJOR BOOK HANGOVER BECAUSE OF
See above. How many more years until the final book, again? The entire series takes place over “three days” and it’s been 6 years since day two. Don’t worry, I’m not mad or anything. I understand genius like this doesn’t happen overnight. I’m still patiently waiting.
NUMBER OF BOOKCASES YOU OWN
Right now…zero. I just moved and all of my books (minus the ones I’m reading) are in boxes.
ONE BOOK YOU HAVE READ MULTIPLE TIMES
- The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger – I know this book keeps coming up, but this is the only book I can think of that I’ve re-read. I typically don’t re-read.
PREFERRED PLACE TO READ
I used to read on the loudest school bus in the world, because I was always the last stop. So, pretty much anywhere, haha.
QUOTE THAT INSPIRES YOU/GIVES YOU ALL THE FEELS FROM A BOOK YOU’VE READ
I say, “You look great.”
She cocks her head at me. “Are you flirting with me, Jack Masselin?”
–Holding Up the Universe by Jennifer Niven
This inspires me to never write anything like this ever. It gives me “all the feels” to actually want to chuck a book into a paper shredder. (Check out my review here!)
I don’t think I have one. I feel that any book you read, no matter how bad, teaches you something.
SERIES YOU STARTED AND NEED TO FINISH (ALL BOOKS ARE OUT IN SERIES)
Probably the Six of Crows Duology. (It’s still a duology, right?)
THREE OF YOUR ALL-TIME FAVORITE BOOKS
It’s not like I mention these in every post I ever do, but (in no particular order):
- We Have Always Lived in the Castle by Shirley Jackson (looking at this old review makes me cringe at my old rating system. FIVES ALL THE WAY!!)
- The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger
- The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss
VERY EXCITED FOR THIS RELEASE MORE THAN ALL THE OTHERS
OH MY GOODNESS THE COVER WAS JUST REVEALED AND I WANT TO CRY BUT I LOVE THIS SERIES AND IT’S THE LAST BOOK AND I WANT TO CRY AHHHHHHH
- Kingdon of Ash by Sarah J. Maas
WORST BOOKISH HABIT
I use a different bookmark for every book that I read, and I only put the bookmark in the very front of the book when I’m completely done with it. It’s, like, my ritual. It’s usually Walmart receipts, but still.
X MARKS THE SPOT: START AT THE TOP LEFT OF YOUR SHELF AND PICK THE 27TH BOOK
Ayeeeee, I don’t have shelves right now, but I can tell you every book that’s sitting on my table right now!
- Nevernight by Jay Kristoff
- The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger
- Holding Up the Universe by Jennifer Niven
- Storm Front by Jim Butcher
- Starry Eyes by Jenn Bennett
YOUR LATEST BOOK PURCHASE
I actually bought all of these books together.
ZZZ-SNATCHER BOOK (LAST BOOK THAT KEPT YOU UP WAY LATE)
It’s been awhile since I’ve stayed up really, really late reading a book. Maybe…
- Infinity by Sherrilyn Kenyon
I hated it.
Well, that was fun!! I’m not going to tag anyone, but please feel free to do this one, if you wish!