While reading my daily “fix” of a friend, James J. Cudney’s blog ,This is My Truth Now, (really worth checking out), I came across a “tag” or challenge put out by the blog Always Trust In Books. In it there were 20 quick questions to answer about your blog. I do not have the time or inclination to answer all 20 questions, but I thought it might be fun to address a few of them and give followers and readers some insights into Powerful Women Readers.
What were the last three books you read?
Memoirs of a Geisha, The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian, both book club selections, and The Education of Dixie Dupree. The last is a debut novel I’d read a review on, and debut novels fascinate me; I guess it’s because I’ve always heard the saying, “Everyone has one novel inside them.”
Spoilers or No Spoilers? Nothing spoils a good book or a good movie for me, even if someone gives away the ending, especially if I am appreciating the good writing as I read, but I would NEVER skip to the end and actually read the ending of a book. That’s UNTHINKABLE!
How long have you been blogging? A year and two months
The last book you read in one sitting I’m going to cheat and choose a children’s book, Tadpole’s Promise by Jeanne Willis
Favorite genre I’ll read anything; I like all genres if the characters are well developed and the writing is good
DNF (Did Not Finish) The Heart Goes Last by Margaret Atwood, not because it was not good but because I got caught in the rush of the school semester and had to return it to the library
Approximate number of books read per month Depends on the month and the position I’m in in the school semester I usually read at least two books a week and seldom more than four. This is hard to estimate because I have three or even four books going at once.
Music or quiet when reading? Definitely quiet
Favorite blogging position Sitting on the bed, propped up by firm pillows with the laptop braced against my drawn-up knees
Are you a professional blogger Absolutely not. I would not enjoy getting a free book in return for a “fair review.” I do not blog about (or even enter into my reading log) books I did not like. Books I review are only ones I think have merit or I have enjoyed and want to “tell” someone about them.
Best piece of advice for starting-out bloggers Have fun!