Favorite Book Genre(s):
Least Favorite Book Genre(s):
Five Favorite Books of all Time:
Twilight (Book 6, The Mediator Series), by Meg Cabot
The Hunger Games, by Suzanne Collins
Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, by Ransom Riggs
Once Dead, Twice Shy (Book 1, Madison Avery Series), by Kim Harrison
Last Sacrifice (Book 6, Vampire Academy Series), by Richelle Mead
Three Least Favorite Books of all Time:
Eclipse (Book 3, Twilight Series), by Stephenie Meyer
Semi-Charmed Life, by Nora Zelevansky
Bonnie Jo, Go Home, by Jeannette Eyerly
Favorite Literary Quotes:
“Today is the tomorrow we worried about yesterday.” – Ann Brashares, The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants
“I imagine you working on me as an algebra problem, reducing me to fractions, crossing out common denominators, until there’s nothing left on the page but a line that says x = whatever it is that is wrong with me.” – Patricia McCormick, Cut
Coffee or Tea:
Neither one. But I do like coffee-flavored ice cream.
Reading, photography, calligraphy. I wish I could cook.
If you could interview any author, living or dead, who would it be and why?
Kim Harrison. I know you don’t seem to like her stories very much, but I’ve never read her adult series and only know that I really love her Madison Avery books. I think her writing is really funny and she has a lot of neat ideas. I can’t really write so it’s crazy to me that there are people just walking around who have that much stuff in their heads, all those worlds and made-up people. They have all that stuff rolling around in their brains, and they don’t go nuts! So I guess I’d like to ask her that: how do you just go about all the boring Life stuff when you’ve got so many way more awesome worlds in your head?! I’d never leave the house or even get out of my bed!
A Lil’ Something Extra:
I really love your reviews. What BillMo said about the unicorn and her poem from The Maze-Runner Interim Review really made me laugh.