Day 28: The first book you can remember reading on your own

I first learned how to read at the age of 3 and this was the first book I read.  As a little girl, I loved reading fairy tales and Cinderella was the first fairy tale book that I read.  And yes, I read the happy and clean version, not the gruesome one. Besides it wouldn’t … More Day 28: The first book you can remember reading on your own

Day 23: A book you once hated, but now loved. What changed?

I wouldn’t say I love this book, but more of I somehow appreciate it now than I did before. It was required reading for my English class in high school, so basically anything that we had to read and get tested on I hated. I remember complaining about Fahrenheit 451 being  a pointless read and … More Day 23: A book you once hated, but now loved. What changed?

Day 22: A book you once loved, but don’t anymore. What changed?

This is difficult for me to answer because I always end up either liking or disliking a book that I read.  In addition I rarely, if not, never re-read a book so I am not sure if I loved a book once upon a time and end up hating it the second time I read … More Day 22: A book you once loved, but don’t anymore. What changed?

Day 21: The most disturbing book you’ve ever read

Everyone has their definition of disturbing when it comes to a book.  The first thing that usually comes to mind are grotesque creatures or someone committing bloody murder.  However, for me no other book gave me more discomfort the moment I read the first page than Alice Walker’s The Color Purple.  Let’s look at the … More Day 21: The most disturbing book you’ve ever read