Found this on Jill's World! I actually think I've done it before, but my answers may have changed!
Author you read the most books from: ummm.... probably Stephen King. I used to read all of his books when I was in high school and college.
Best Sequel ever: Hmmmm.... Not sure that this was the best sequel ever, but I recently finished reading The Driven series, by K. Bromberg. The first book, Driven, was only ok. I struggled to get through it, really. But the second book, Fueled, was much better! Overall, it's a pretty good series-- a little naughty, but not as naughty as 50 Shades.
Currently Reading: Dark Places by Gillian Flynn. I'm about halfway through.... who killed that poor family????
Drink of choice while reading: I'm not a big drinker when I'm reading. Maybe coffee?
E-reader or Physical book: e-reader. I held out for a long time, thinking I wouldn't like it. How could it take the place of actually turning the pages? But my husband got me one, and I was hooked! I actually have two now--one for inside and one for outside.
Fictional character you would have actually dated in high school: Did you read Warm Bodies? It's a retelling of Romeo and Juliet, but the Juliet is a girl and the Romeo is a zombie. That's the type of guy I would go for-- a misunderstood misfit.
Glad you gave this book a chance: The Thoughtless Series, by SC Stephens. I would have said I would have dated this boy in high school, but a hot rock singer would have never noticed me in high school!
Hidden gem book: Wintergirls, by Laurie Halse Anderson. Really really good.
Important moment in your reading life: 2nd grade. My teacher read Ribsy by Beverly Cleary aloud to the class. I immediately went to the library and checked out every Beverly Cleary book I could get my hands on. That's when I truly became a reader.
Just finished: Mud Vein by Tarryn Fisher. I had heard it was going to be really good, but it was only ok.
Kinds of books you won't read: Techie type books, like "How to Build a Rocket in your Basement in Three Easy Steps."
Longest book you've read: Moby Dick.... at least, it felt like the longest book ever!
Major book hangover because of: Probably The Hunger Games series. I love me some Peeta. Or The Twilight Series. Don't judge me.
Number of bookcases you own: I own one actual bookcase. The children have another bookcase with their books. I have two night stands in my master bedroom, and they have shelves filled with books. But I probably have more books in my Kindle than on any of those shelves.
One book you've read multiple times: I don't re-read books now, but I used to when I was younger. I would read the The Long Winter by Laura Ingalls Wilder each summer because it was so hot and it made me feel better when I was reading about blizzards and how cold everyone was out on the prairie.
Preferred place to read: In bed
Quote that inspires you/gives you all the feels from a book you've read: I wouldn't say this inspires me, but I've always liked this quote from Shakespeare: “No sooner met but they looked; no sooner looked but they loved; no sooner loved but they sighed; no sooner sighed but they asked one another the reason; no sooner knew the reason but they sought the remedy; and in these degrees have they made a pair of stairs to marriage...”
Reading regret: I don't really regret anything I've read, but I disliked Labor Day, by Joyce Maynard. I had heard such good things, and I was disappointed. I thought the main female character was weak and unbelieveable. I just wasn't feeling her.
Series you started and need to finish (all books are out in series): I need to finish The Selection series, by Kiera Cass. I still need to read The One.
Three of your all time favorite books: Oh, this is way too difficult. I'll go with the first three I can think of that I really like: The Shining, by Stephen King; The Fault in Our Stars, by John Green; and The Help, by Kathryn Stockett. I'm sure there are better ones than those that I've read, but those were the first ones that came in to my head.
Unapologetic fan-girl for: The Hunger Games. Love that series!
Very excited for this release more than all the others: I know the sequel to The 5th Wave comes out next month.... I'll probably get that. And Stephen King has a book coming out in November.
Worst bookish habit: I don't necessarily think this is a bad habit, but whenever there's a movie coming out and I know there's a book already out, I always try to read the book first. It's why I read Water for Elephants. And Life of Pi. And Warm Bodies. And Gone Girl.
X marks the spot: Start at the top left of your shelf and pick the 27th book: The Choice, by Nicholas Sparks
Your latest book purchase: The one I'm reading now-- Dark Places.
ZZZ snatcher book (the book that kept you up WAY late): This is every book, once I get in to them! I have to find out what happens next!
Feel free to steal this and do it yourself if you’re a book lover! :)