The life of a bookworm might not be dramatic or edgy, but it’s definitely full of adventures. Becoming enthralled in the literary going-ons beneath your nose can make for a pretty exciting day. Here’s eight (8) frequently asked questions of all time. Enjoy!!
- What book is on your nightstand right now?
Right now it’s HEAVEN by RANDY ALCORN, I usually keep more than one book on my nightstand. I like to read two or more books at the same time but, right now it’s just this one.
- What was the last great book that you read?
This is kind of hard to answer. A ‘truly’ great book has to be something special,(my bible) something that I love through and through, and have no problems with whatsoever.
- Do you remember the last book you put down before reading?
The Raven by Sylvain Reynard
- What book do you have and always meant to read and haven’t gotten around to yet? Anything you feel embarrassed never to have read?
Shame on me. I have not read the whole Harry Potter Series *Tomatoes, gets thrown on stage* BUT WAIT LET ME EXPLAIN!!! I was meant to read this series for ages, and I actually wanted to finish it, but University got in my way and I did not have the energy to finish it. However, I shall conquer the last book . *I promise*. It’s also fair to assume that along with seven other various books I am reading at any given time, a Harry Potter book is probably sitting somewhere in that stack, ready to be thumbed through and devoured for the ten millionth time. I not even sorry about it.;)
- Disappointing, overrated, just not yours. What book did you feel you was supposed to like but didn’t?
I think I am only able to fully judge a book when I am completely done with it. I didn’t like The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho. I went into the book FULLY expecting to love it, but I guess the writing was not for me, sadly.
- If you could meet any writer – dead or alive – who could it be? And what would you want to know?
This is so hard for me to answer, as I have many favourite authors (seriously, like hundreds) but I think I would love to meet J.K Rowling, just once. I wouldn’t necessary ask her a lot of things, just chat about her upcoming book to see if I can get anything out of her AND maybe ask for a selfie.:)
- How do you organise your personal library?
Well, I am a tad bit obsessed(OCD) with organization. Right now, my books are colour coded.;)I love it. (So me!!!) It is a completely functonal bookshelf, cool and stylish too. My books seem to multiply when I’m not looking. Not that I really mind.😍
- What kind of stories are you drawn too? Any you stay clear of?
Fantasy is my favourite genre. I love to get sucked into a completely fictional world, and just get lost in it. I love medieval settings, spells, potions and dresses and to me that is the best thing in the world! However, I must admit to liking contemporary stories once in a while. Technically you can say I read everything I can get my hands on. What I don’t reach for though are thrillers and detective stories. I am seriously* not interested* in those kind of genres.