Hello everyone! A few days ago I found out that I have been nominated, again, for the Liebster Award… and oh how this made me sooo happy! As some of you might know, I have already made a post about this so if you want to check that out, together with the rules, click here. So before I start answering the questions, I just would like to say that I would not be nominating specific people in this post. I would, however, tag all of you who will be reading this and may answer the questions you wish to answer in the comments below! I think it will be super fun!
What book are you reading right now?
I just finished Double Life by S. Usher Evans (which I LOVED) and am currently, and have for a while now, re-reading (slowly) Love in the Time of Cholera by Gabriel Garcia-Marquez.
Hardback, Paperback or Ebook?
Ugh this is a tough one. First, Ebooks are out of the competition right off the bat. Hardbacks are really lovely (especially on your shelves) but they can be quite hard to read/position when you read and you obviously cannot just carry them around especially when you travel. So I would have to go with paperbacks. Most of my books are paperbacks and tend to choose them over hardback editions. I love to travel and I love bringing at least one physical book when I leave.
What is your favorite genre to read?
Just one? That I can’t do. I could do three though. Mystery/Thriller, Historical fiction, Fantasy.
Which author, dead or alive, would you like to go on a date with?
I wold love to sit and have coffee with Anne Rice and Dr. Maya Angelou.. I think the conversations with those ladies would be EPIC.
Do you prefer to read stand-alones or series?
In general, I prefer stand-alones. But, there are really great series out there that I love…
What book/series would you love to be adapted as a tv show?
The books by Philippa Gregory.. Kind of Reign meets The Burgois meets Game of Thrones.
If your life was a book what would be it’s title?
The Girl Who Wrote to Live
What draws you to a book, the cover or the description?
The description definitely. I can be critical towards book covers, but the synopsis ultimately does it for me.
Favorite book villain?
Oh, I absolutely hate the guts of Lord Voldemort but let’s admit it. Half the human population hating this guy means he is a great villain.
Favorite book you’ve read this year?
This year… Air Awakens by Elise Kova! Wait did I finish that last year? Whatever, it is so good it may break the rule, it’s just February of this year after all.
Have your reading habits changed since starting a blog?
Not much really. Although the variety of books I read increased. I also have been introduced to indie authors who are, if I may say so, just as talented as the more ‘popular’ ones.
So! now here are my questions for you guys:
- Where do you usually write?
- What is your favorite dessert?
- If you only choose one book as your favorite, what would it be?
- What’s the most inspiring book you have ever read?
- Do you listen to music when you read? If so, what kind of music do you listen to?
- What do you look forward most about the Christmas season?
- Name the best place you have visited.
- Who is your favorite author?
- What time of the day do you usually read?
- What are your favorite and least favorite genres to read and why?
- My blog is about books, reading, and writing. How has reading shaped who you are as a person today?
I (and my owl) would love to read your answers to these questions! How did you find out about my blog? What do you think about it?
Have a nice day!