May 3, 2014

Q&A Answers!!

I just want to take the time to say thank you to everyone who entered my giveaway! I never expected the amount of entries I got! I have emailed the winners so they can tell me what they pick for the prizes :)

As promised when I put up for my giveaway, I am doing a Q&A. I am now taking the time to sit down and answer all the questions you all asked me!

Karina V. asks...
Surely you've read classics, which one/ones has stood out most of all?
* I sadly haven't read too many classics, but one that I consider a class is Where the Red Fern Grows and I loved it. I remember crying a lot after I read it. I plan to re-read it soon now that I older to see if it has the same affect on me.

Awatif Al asks...
What the best book to movie adaptation?
*I would have to say one of my favorite adaptations is a tie between the whole Harry Potter series and The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks. I think both were done wonderfully that I can't pick one or the other.

Laura T. asks...
Are you ready for my super awkward question? What's your favourite position? ;) ... to read in?
*Your question definitely made me laugh. :)
I like to curl up on the bed in my little reading pillow or outside on a comfy patio chair. I always have my legs curled up though while I read. I can't read when my legs are out like I am sitting in a normal chair. It just isn't comfortable.

Holly Anne asks...
Favourite genre to read?
* I would have to say YA in general, but I really enjoy Paranormal Romance or just straight up Contemporary.

Celeste C. asks...
What is your favourite book?
* This is a very hard one to pick. I love all the Harry Potter books, so it would be hard to choose just one. If I had to pick just one book no matter in a series or not I would probably pick When in Doubt, Add Butter by Beth Harbison. I loved that book so much when I read it. I recommend it to pretty much everyone.

Jessica @ a GREAT read asks...
What was the book that really kicked in your reading habit?
* It happened to be Twilight. I used to read a little when I was younger, but it was always a book here or there. It was never consistent. But then I read the Twilight Saga, and shortly after I started my blog. I loved it so much I had to find out more about all the other books out there that I was missing out on. I've been reading ever since.

Kristalyn asks...
What is your absolute #1 favorite thing about blogging??
* The people :) I wouldn't be here if it wasn't for the followers and friends I have made along the way.

Tanja asks...
What's your favorite reading spot?
* I loved to read outside. I will wait for the sun to not be able to burn me, then I head out and just enjoy the fresh air. I love it!

Istiningdyah Saptarini asks...
What kind of genre do you prefer? and what book that you recommend in that genre?
* I love YA in general, but I really seem to like Paranormal Romance (especially Faeries). I would have to recommend the Iron Fey Series. It is truly wonderful and it has a little bit of everything for anyone to read it.

Michelle @ Book Briefs asks...
What is the hardest part about blogging?
* The hardest thing I would have to pick would be feeling like your posts aren't good enough for those that read them. I am constantly worrying when I put up a post that no one will read it or like it. 

Antonia Jujnović asks...
Favorite book from childhood?
* I will do this from Preschool age and then when I was old enough to read chapter books.
Preschool- The Rainbow Fish, Stellaluna, and Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs
Chapter Books- Where the Red Fern Grows, The Voyages of Dr. Dolittle, and The Boxcar Children.

Beighley asks...
What are your top three favorite books (or series) and what are your favorite characters from each?
* 1- Harry Potter. Harry, Hermione, whole Weasley Family, Luna, Hagrid, Dumbledore, Sirius, Remus Lupin, Professor McGonagall, etc.
2- The Iron Fey Series. Ash, Puck, Meagan.
3- Twilight. Edward, Alice, Jasper, Carlisle, Esme, Emmett, Charlie.

Anj Garcia asks...
My question is who are your favorite OTP?
* Tough question. I will have to go with Rose and Dimitri for right now. 

Alexandra H. asks...
Which fictional world would you live in?
* If I could be a Faerie, I would have to pick the Iron Fey world. It all seems so fascinating.

Diana asks...
Which character would you want to switch places with?
* This is a tough call, I think it is a tie. It is between Rose from Vampire Academy and Meagan from the Iron Fey series. I can't decide between Dimitri or Ash. It's just too hard to pick!!

Celestia Anderson asks...
I would like to know who your favorite author is, and why?
* Nikki Godwin. She is an indie author who has captured my heart through her own personality as well as her books. Every one of them she gives out a message for us to all try to follow. I have learned a lot from her books, even though they are contemporary. Every one of her books has given me a book hangover and left me wanting to follow the stories forever.

Rima asks...
How do you feel about the New Adult genre? And have you ever been in a reading slump, and if so, how did you get out of it?
* I haven't read much from the NA genre to really have a big opinion on it. The bit that I have read though, I enjoyed it. 
I have been in a reading slump a few times. I usually try to re-read a series or book that I remember I really enjoyed. That way I get sucked back into that story and can usually then continue on into another book.

Carla Bosch Clar asks...
What's your favourite thing about book blogging?
*  I love the people. I  love being able to write out how I feel about a book and not feel embarrassed about it, because I know all of you are right there with me. We all have a love for books and that is what has brought all of us strangers together and turned us into friends.

Fatma Shahin asks...
What is your biggest bookish pet peeve?
* Bad endings. I hate when I read a book, or a series (which is even worse), and you keep holding out for that good ending and then they turn around and either end it very openly or the people you wanted together don't end up that way. I think it is a total waste of my time and I usually will throw that book away because I can't even stand for it to be on my shelf.

Thea Wilson asks...
If the world was about to end and you only had time to read ONE last book what book would it be?
* You know how to make me stare down my shelves for a long time, lol. I would have to pick American Girl on Saturn by Nikki Godwin. I would want to take with me before the end the book that was written by a friend that touched my heart. I would be able to let the world end with me being satisfied.

Ann asks...
Who is your favorite unexpected hero and why did he/she have such an impact on you?
* I would have to pick Ash from The Iron Fey series. I thought he was a jerk at first, but I also felt like there had to be more to him than what he was giving off. After following the story, I was finding I was liking him more and more. Then come the book The Iron Knight, where you get to be in his head and he won me over completely. He did so much to keep his promise and I envy him for that.

I also have an honorable mention for almost everyone in Harry Potter. I just couldn't pick only one to put on this question, so I went with another series that I was able to narrow it down to one character.

Veronika asks...
What is the book (or series) you loved so much you couldn't get it out of your head and wanted to talk about it for months?
* I have those feelings for Harry Potter, Twilight, Iron Fey, and Vampire Academy. I think about each of these series everyday and wish I could do nothing but re-read them over and over again.

Jayvee De Castro asks...
If you were stuck in a dystopian era and you wanted to write a novel, would you be rebellious enough to challenge the norms or would you do it secretly???
* I would want to say I would challenge the norms, but I can't say 100%. It would kind of depend on what the problem would be in the world if I would want to challenge it or not.

Daenielle asks...
What is the most challenging book you have ever read?
* The Time Traveler's Wife. I gave up on that book so many times. But I got told all the time to keep going that it would get better. They were right. You just have to get the idea of how it is written and then it starts to flow like any other book. The writing style on the book is definitely hard to get into at first.

Michelle Lee asks...
Who is your book boyfriend at the moment? 
* Probably Edward, but that is just because I just finished reading the series. It tends to follow what book or series I finished or am currently reading.

Nadia asks...
What question would you like to be asked?
* I can honestly say I have thought about this question since I started answering all the other questions and I just can't come up with anything to put here. I'm boring, lol.

Ashfa asks...
What was your favorite book as a kid?
I will do this from Preschool age and then when I was old enough to read chapter books.
Preschool- The Rainbow Fish, Stellaluna, and Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs
Chapter Books- Where the Red Fern Grows, The Voyages of Dr. Dolittle, and The Boxcar Children.

Zemira asks...
What's the longest book you've read?
* I would have to say Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix.

Arantza C. asks...
Do you read indie books? And if you do, which one has been your favourite?
* I do read them. I try to do blog tours for the ones that I find interesting. As for my favorite it would be American Girl on Saturn by Nikki Godwin. I love all her books, but I think because I read this one first, it will forever be special to me. 


  1. Ahahah, I'm glad my question made you laugh. Had so much fun reading all your answers!

    1. thanks for reading them all! I had a lot more questions asked than I thought I would!!


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