Thanks for the nomination from Life of a Bookworm!
Here are my answers to your questions:
How long does it take you to finish a great book? When I read a great book, I become obsessed, which means I read every spare second I can. But, I can never rush something I’m really enjoying. Sometimes I even like to read certain pages over and over again. So, that all being said, the answer to that question is…as long as I need!
What do you think makes a wonderful book? Number one, the characters. Number two, the prose writing.
What is your favourite book series and why? At the moment, it’s Cassandra Clare’s Infernal Devices series. But, at different times throughout my reading, it’s been Libba Bray’s Gemma Doyle Trilogy, or, of course, Harry Potter!
How did you come to love reading? For my birthday one year (probably around age 9 or 10) my sisters bought me The Great Gilly Hopkins and Charlotte’s Web – two favorites from my childhood. I’ve been hooked since then.
What inspired you to create your book blog? I have pretty strong opinions about what I read, and I thought I could share my passions with others!
What is your least favourite book and why? I could never choose! Everything has something to share!
Favourite childhood book? The Great Gilly Hopkins.
Which fictional character would be your best friend? Peeta Mellark.
Where do you love to read? The subway. It’s great for tuning out all the background noise.
Do you read one book at a time or several? One.
Do you like to keep your books clean or are they destroyed by the time you’ve finished reading it? Clean!
I do believe the rules are, I nominate 11 people and ask them 11 questions. In lieu of my being new to the whole blogging thing, I’m actually going to cheat and only nominate the people who liked my most recent blogpost:
And here are my questions:
Why do you read YA?
Do you like to write?
What makes you decide to read a specific book?
Do you have a favorite book of all time?
Do you prefer series or single novels?
When you like an author, do you tend to read all of his/her work?
Are you in a book club, or would you like to be?
Do you/did you study English or writing in school, or is it strictly a hobby?
When you read a book, do you take into account the publisher of the book?
If you could go to one character’s fictional world, whose would it be?
If you could be one character for a day, who would it be and why?