Favorite Book Genre(s):
Least Favorite Book Genre(s):
Five Favorite Books of all Time:
The Bane Chronicles, by Cassandra Clare
The Iron Fey (Series), by Julie Kagawa
Unraveling (Book 2 of the Unhinged Series), by Timberlyn Scott
Demonglass (Book 2 of the Hex Hall Series), by Rachel Hawkins
Catching Fire (Book 2 of The Hunger Games Trilogy), by Suzanne Collins
Three Least Favorite Books of all Time:
The Boy Who Sneaks in My Bedroom Window, by Kirsty Moseley
Allegiant (Book 3 of the Divergent Series), by Veronica Roth
Aftermath (Book 3.5 of Nightshade), by Andrea Cremer
Favorite Literary Quotes:
” ‘For the record,’ Grimalkin stated as we ventured, single file, into the black, ‘I do not think this is a good idea. But, as no one listens to the cat anymore, I will have to wait until we are completely lost to say, “I told you so.”‘ ” – Julie Kagawa, The Iron Queen
“ ‘Oh, don’t mind me,’ came an extremely sarcastic voice near the wall. ‘You two go ahead and make out – I’ll just sit here and bleed quietly.’ ” – Julie Kagawa, The Eternity Cure
Coffee or Tea:
Coffee, but only if it has a lot of caramel and whipped cream.
Horse riding, reading, yoga, reading, collecting charms, reading.
If you could interview any author, living or dead, who would it be and why?
Julie Kagawa. I’m not very good with words myself, so I can’t really relay why it is I love her so much. I’m just a huge fan of hers – I really love her writing style and the characters and worlds she’s created. I’m baffled by all authors; I don’t know where they come up with their ideas, not to mention trying to take those imaginary things and making them something that other people can imagine themselves.
A Lil’ Something Extra:
I have a serious crush on Puck from Julie Kagawa’s Iron Fey series.