All About Books, 15 Questions Pertaining to Books

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Which 3 books are on your TBR list and 3 books on your wishlist?

To Be Read- The Pleasure of Reading in a an Age of Distraction  By Alan Jacobs
Mother Carrey’s Chicken by Kate Douglas Wiggens (more known for Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm)
The Astonishing Life of Octavian Nothing by M.T.Anderson
Wish List-
Some Pig by Melissa Sweet
The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls
A Literary Education by Emily Cook

Which is your favorite genre and your least favorite?

I do not have a favorite. It just depends on my mood as to what I find good to read at the current time but I have never enjoyed Sci-fi or Fantasy.

What is the name of the last book you read?
A Man Called Ove by Frederick Backman

What is the name of the current book you are reading?
Lonesome Dove Larry McMurtry
A Lesson in Love and Murder by Rachel McMillan
When Children Love to Learn by Elaine Cooper

Choose a character you would be in a book you have read and why?
Fanny Price from Mansfield Park by Jane Austen

Which book have you read that felt like forever for you to finish?
Any book that I have not enjoyed by wanted to finish, feels like forever. However, few classics that I have pushed myself through have been, Lord of the Flies, Fahrenheit 451, Death of a Salesman, and Ethan Frome.

What do you do with your books once you have read them? Do you keep them, sell them, or throw them away?
All of the Above

How many books do you read at a time? See question number 4.

How do you feel about lending out your books? I don’t care! Books should be shared!

Which book have you read more than once?
Sophie’s Heart by Lori Wick

Do you use a bookmark or dog-ear your pages? Bookmarks are whatever is handy.

What is your favorite quote from a book you have read?
“Where you tend a rose, a thistle cannot grow.” Secret Garden By Frances Hodgson Burnett (But I have to say, Charlotte Mason has some pretty quotable stuff!!!!)

“Don’t judge a book by its cover” is a fitting idiom when buying or choosing a book to read, so besides the cover of a book, what else draws you to choose a specific book you have not read?
Recommendations, book lists, recognize the author, and winners or certain years or awards.

If you could, what changes would you make to a book you have read? (eg title, ending, characters)
Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leorux. Christine Daae should have run for the hills and began a new life.

If you ever write a book what will the title be? Probably, #myoneweakness but like I said, I’ll let Chautona Havig do my writing for me.


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