I’ve been seeing the A to Z Survey, created by the amazing Jaime from The Perpetual Page Turner, everywhere. It looked fun, so I decided to do it too. I mean, why not? I usually love doing surveys and this creative survey about books totally caught my attention.
AUTHOR YOU’VE READ THE MOST BOOKS FROM:
Umm…I dunno. Lisa Kleypas I think. Her historical romances are amazing and I will buy any book of hers without reading it first.
BEST SEQUEL EVER:
Hmm…probably Scarlet by Marissa Meyer. I mean, Cinderella and Little Red Riding Hood together? What could be better than that?
DRINK OF CHOICE WHILE READING:
I usually don’t drink anything while reading in fear that I will accidentally spill something on my book, but if I do, I will definitely drink a perfectly nice cup of orange juice.
E-READER OR PHYSICAL BOOK?
Definitely physical books. I love to stare at them stacked up kind of neatly on my shelves and personally feel them while reading them. However, I envy the “search” option E-readers have that physical books, of course, don’t have.
FICTIONAL CHARACTER YOU PROBABLY WOULD HAVE ACTUALLY DATED IN HIGH SCHOOL:
Finn from All Our Yesterdays by Cristin Terrill. I would have dated that guy I didn’t really notice until he really caught my attention and be seduced by how faithful and caring he is.
GLAD YOU GAVE THIS BOOK A CHANCE:
Throne of Glass by Sarah Maas. My first time reading it wasn’t great at all – I DNF’d it halfway. Thank goodness I gave it a second chance and re-read it again. Otherwise, I’ll be missing out on so much.
HIDDEN GEM BOOK:
Definitely Burned by Ellen Hopkins. I can’t praise this book enough – the writing, the pose, and the heartbreak. Thank goodness I have an ARC of the sequel, especially after the awful cliffhanger Burned left us with.
IMPORTANT MOMENT IN YOUR READING LIFE:
When I picked up a copy of When It Happens by Susane Colasanti. That book reminded me why I loved and still love reading after not picking up a book for two years.
Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea by April Genevieve Tucholke. The second part of the book was pretty good.
KINDS OF BOOKS YOU WON’T READ:
Religious books, books focused on politics, and tons of many others that I can’t think of right now. To see a kind of full list, check out my Top Ten Tuesday list.
LONGEST BOOK YOU’VE READ:
Uhh, I really don’t know. I don’t keep track of this. And yes, I didn’t read the Harry Potter series yet. (Ignores the voice of failure whispering through my brain.)
MAJOR BOOK HANGOVER BECAUSE OF:
Throne of Glass by Sarah Maas. That was one amazing book. Thank goodness I have the sequel with me. <3 NUMBER OF BOOKCASES YOU OWN:
I have two bookcases, but here’s the thing: my bookshelves currently has two rows of books per single shelf. That means that I need another new bookshelf. Noooo!
PREFERRED PLACE TO READ:
On the subway on my way to college. I don’t know why; the subway is noisy, crowded, and it’s one bumpy ride, but it’s the place where I can easily read the most and enjoy it.
QUOTE THAT INSPIRES YOU/GIVES YOU ALL THE FEELS FROM A BOOK YOU’VE READ:
This Song Will Save Your Life by Leila Sales: “You think it’s so easy to change yourself.” Because hey, I did think that, but boy, did I learn the truth the hard way like Elise did.
Not reading for two years because I was busying (more like obsessed) with Maplestory. Ughh, all those reading time taken away from me, forever!
UNAPOLOGETIC FANGIRL FOR:
Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins. So what if the title and the hardcover cover is embarrassing?! The book itself is amazing!
VERY EXCITED FOR THIS RELEASE MORE THAN ALL THE OTHERS:
Cress by Marissa Meyer of course!
WORST BOOKISH HABIT:
I just wrote up a post about this yesterday: peeking at the ending of books. ):
X MARKS THE SPOT: START AT THE TOP LEFT OF YOUR SHELF AND PICK THE 27TH BOOK:
My signed copy of Everbound by Brodi Ashton. <3 YOUR LATEST BOOK PURCHASE:
Um, tons of books arrived on my doorstep today from Amazon. The last book I took out of the box was The Crown of Embers by Rae Carson though. :P
ZZZ-SNATCHER BOOK (LAST BOOK THAT KEPT YOU UP WAY LATE):
Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea by April Genevieve Tucholke. I was determined to finish the book that day so I can write a review that will go up on my blog one day before the release date.