1. My favorite book growing up was:
I loved Enid Blyton books – I didn’t have a specific one that was my favourite but I read loads when I was young. My Dad would encourage me and my brother by taking us to the library every (or nearly every) Saturday morning, by the time I was in Year 4 I was trying to read Shakespeare (half of the time I didn’t get it but it was worth the attempt, right?).
2. The funniest book I’ve ever read was:
I’ve read so many books I can’t remember the funniest but the one I’m reading at the moment had me laughing (Chocolate Wishes by Trisha Ashley) yesterday – which wasn’t good because then I collapsed in a fit of coughs lol.
3. The one book that has truly changed my life is:
Well excluding the bible which is like the major influence on my life lol. I wouldn’t say I’ve read any life changing on it’s own but I read “For Such a Time as This by Lisa Ryan. It’s about being modern day Esthers and being set apart.
“For if you remain silent at this time, relief and deliverance for the Jews will arise from another place, but you and your father’s family will perish. And who knows but that you have come to royal position for such a time as this?”
4. If you’re looking for a real “tear jerker” you should probably read:
The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks – if it’s half as sad as the film then I will need the tissues. I watched The Notebook once and I’ve never watched it since because I know that it’ll make me cry.
5. If I could meet any author living or dead I would want to meet:
Agatha Christie or Kathy Reichs I don’t keep up with authors. I have a running book list of what I want to read and those titles come from blogs or websites that happen to mention they’re good. I’m more intrigued by what genre they are rather than who is the author.
6. The next book on my “to read” list is:
Well I’m in the process of reading Chocolate Wishes by Trisha Ashley. Following that there is the other book that That Boy bought me for my birthday, I think I then have some Kathy Reichs books to work my way through.
7. If I was snowed into remote cabin in the woods and could only choose three books to bring with me I’d bring:
The Bible should keep me occupied for a little while (According to Wikipedia there is 31102 verses in the King James Version).
After that I guess I’d pick the first three on my to be read and work on those lol.
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