Finally I am finished with this 30 day book challenge! 🙂 Okay, I am one of those people who likes to read at least two books at once. I don’t know why but I just do. Anyways I’m currently reading: … More Day 30: The book you’re reading right now.
This is somewhat hard for me to answer, because I feel like a lot of the books that I read, all the authors are already well-known. I would have said Veronica Roth before anyone else knew about Divergent, but now that is not the case anymore. If I had to pick, it would probably Michael … More Day 29:Author(s) you wish was more well-known
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
I love fiction. I mean factual information is great too, like non-fiction books, but for a couple of hours I’d just like to escape reality and reading fiction books does that, especially when the book is so well-written. Sometimes you just need a break from the world and maybe your not so interesting life, so … More Day 27: Your Favorite Genre
As much as I’ve read an ample amount of books, I am sad to say that I have only read a few nonfiction books. Therefore, my options are really limited. If I had to pick a type, I would have to say memoirs. Memoirs are almost, always an easy read. What fascinates me about memoirs … More Day 26: Your favorite type of nonfiction book
What do you classify as a “nerdy” book anyways? What usually comes to mind are textbooks. But I did read one book…well okay I halfway read it, and I am not sure that counts, but that’s the only thing that comes to mind. So here it is: “Blink is a book about how we think … More Day 25: The nerdiest book you’ve ever read.
Oh Harry Potter…Where do I even begin? Harry Potter is my childhood and J.K. Rowling is my hero for writing this AMAZING series! And for those who claim these books are overrated…… I read the first book when I was in 10 and I am glad I did. Because of my love for the first … More Day 24:Your favorite series
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?
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?
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