I saw this doing the rounds and nabbed it from Nylon Admiral because why not...
Authors you've read the most books from: Oh god, this is embarrassing. V.C. Andrews. It's V.C. Andrews.
Best sequel ever: I don't know about the best ever, but the one that immediately sprang to mind was Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins. It was my fave in the The Hunger Games series.
Currently reading: Worlds of Arthur by Guy Halsall. It's about the historicity of the Arthurian legend. I'm only about 10 per cent in and it's quite dense so far but I'm hoping it picks up.
Drink of choice while reading: Tea. Always tea.
Ereader or physical book: I love Betsy, my kindle, but nothing beats the experience of a physical book.
Fictional character that you probably would have dated in high school: I fell in love with Mr Darcy in high school.
Glad you gave this book a chance: Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins. I totally judged this book by its (terrible) cover. I was swayed by the amazing reviews and good thing too - because I freaking loved it.
Hidden gem book: Fury by Shirley Marr. Apparently it's not very widely available but it's an awesome Australian YA book featuring awesome characters and an intriguing mystery.
Important moment in your reading life: Probably reading Emma by Jane Austen. I had to read it for school, but it lead me to Pride and Prejudice, which lead me to the rest of Austen's books, which lead me to Charles Dickens, which lead me to Wilkie Collins, which lead me to Elizabeth Gaskell, which lead me to the Brontes... well, you get the picture.
Just finished: A Straight Line to My Heart by Bill Condon. It was just an OK read for me.
Kind of books you won't read: I try to avoid books by (usually self-published) authors who have had tantys and attacked reviewers over less than perfect reviews. So not worth the risk.
Longest book you read: According to Goodreads, that would be It by Stephen King, which clocks in at 1,090 pages. I don't remember it being that big!
Major book hangover because of: The Lumatere Chronicles by Melina Marchetta. I'm still recovering from that series.
Number of bookcases you own: Two. It's not enough. There are book piles everywhere. Some day I hope to have my own library.
One book you've read multiple times: Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. Before I started blogging, I used to reread it a couple of times a year. I miss it.
Preferred place to read: At the park on a beautiful, sunshiney day.
Reading regret: Is there such a thing?
Series you started and need to finish: The Sookie Stackhouse series by Charlaine Harris. I only have the last book to go. But I know what happens and I really don't like it. And the last few books have been freaking awful, so there's not much compelling me to read it other than my need to finish what I start.
Unapologetic fangirl for: Melina Marchetta. I will read anything and everything she writes.
Very excited for this release: Isla and the Happily Ever After by Stephanie Perkins. I love her writing.
Worst bookish habit: I dog-ear pages. What was that? Did someone say something? Ahem.
X marks the spot! Start at the top left of your shelf and pick the 27th book: Persuasion by Jane Austen.
Your last bookish purchase: A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess. I couldn't resist the (orange) Popular Penguin edition.
Zzz-snatcher. Which book kept you up way late?: Most recently it was probably Dare You To by Katie McGarry. Totally cheesy but totally addictive.