Do you remember how you developed a love for reading?
Nobody in my family is really a avid reader but I know in Grammer school I loved reading Captain Underpants and Junie B. Jones. Then in 7th grade I read Twilight and I kept reading and then my love for reading grew throughout high school.
Where do you usually read?
Usually either on the couch, or in bed, but I will read everywhere: trains, buses, at school.
Do you prefer to read one book at a time or several at once?
It depends on how quickly I become attached to the book. I do prefer to read one book at a time so my mind stays in that one world, but if the book isn't really getting my attention I'll set it down for a little bit and read something else.
What is your favorite genre?
I do love a good chick-lit, but I am trying to expand on that. I will try to give all genres a chance, but I tend to choose romance/ contemporary.
What genre will you not read?
I am not a huge fan of horror, historical fiction and science fiction but I do want to give more books in those genre a try.
What books do you consider your favorites?
I have many books that I consider favorites. But I would have to say my favorite authors that make my favorite books. I’d probably say Libba Bray books, and Jill Shalvis books are the books I'll pick up without blinking.
What is the worst book you’ve ever read?
My thought isnt a very popular one but Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell. It wasn’t terrible – it’s just not my cup of tea.
What is the biggest book you’ve ever read?
It probably is either Going Bovine or The Divine rs by Libba Bray
What was the last book you bought?
I bought my last book on Amazon, which were Born of Illusion by Teri Brown, Mended by Kim Karr, and The Giver by Lois Lowry.
Which do you prefer library books or buying books?
I prefer buying books, usually because I like to re-read books and keep them in my collection. But libraries have so many amazing non popular books that are just as amazing as the best seller books in stores.
What are you reading now?
I’m reading Mended by Kim Karr and slowly but surely getting through Cress by Marissa Meyer
What are the disadvantages of being a book lover?
For some odd reason when you read one book you buy 6 more books and your To-Be Read pile Continues to grow bigger and sometimes it's overwhelming and your money starts flying out the window as soon as your love for books takes over but with that reading can never be a disadvantage. Reading helps you feel welcomed, helps expand your creativity and always fun and exciting thing to do.
I tag anyone who wants to share their opinions on how they became a Booklover. :)
Thanks for reading♡