How are you doing? Happy belated Easter people! Also Happy Easter to my orthodox bookworms for the 12th April. Before we continue with the post, can you wish good luck to this poor soul, who has her Literature Competition today? I have passed the first phase, which was a competition in my school, and now I have to pass the second one, and that would be a competition between the schools of my city. I am hoping for the best! Make sure you support your bookworm, ok?
Now, thank you again for all this engagement to my feature. It makes me incredibly happy. I read every post of yours, and often I see interactions between you guys. That makes fuzzy feelings reach the surface of my heart, and I am a horror lover, I am not supposed to have fuzzy feelings.
Here are this week’s confessions:
“I have tendency to not put my book down no matter what it is I’m doing other than driving.I know most of you are the same way: once we get into the book, we don’t want to stop no matter what. So one of the crazy( not necessarily the craziest) things I do is when I go shopping at Wal-Mart. Just about every time I go there it takes me hours to finish my shopping. Not because there is that much that I have to buy, but because I’m bent over the buggy reading my tablet. I’ll walk and read, and miss half the stuff I’m after then have to go back for it, and the whole time I’m there I’m reading. I know I get funny looks and stares but I’m usually so engrossed in the story that I don’t notice and honestly it doesn’t bother me. They just don’t understand.”
“My confession this week is that I like to sit on the floor in a bookstore and just pick up a book and start reading. I tend to try and find a corner by a book shelf, but sometimes, when there are no sofas going spare in Waterstones, this is my only option!”
Last week I asked you:
“How far have you gone for your favorite author?”
I discovered that for the love of their favorite author:
Andrea had filled out a million of forms for Jennifer Armentrout’s Lux series, between the online and downtown libraries.
Marsha gets autographed novels from her most favorite author at release automatically. (Why? Why is life so unfair?)
Lizzie puts her name on a super long waiting list to get a book she is desperate for, including ordering books from different cities in Michigan
Alex followed her favorite author around like 3 book signings in 2 months
This Week’s Question:
“If you would read only one book in your whole life, which one would it be?”
It’s hard for me to decide between Bram Stoker’s “Dracula”, and Stephen King’s “’Salem’s Lot”, but I’ll go with Dracula. I have read this book long time ago, and since that moment I have not been the same. I have always loved horror in silence, and no one knew I read this kind of books. I wrote very scary stories, but no one could read them. When I read “Dracula”, it kind of clicked in my head, and it kind of gave me courage to express myself. That’s why I choose to read “Dracula” , because it reminds me that it’s okay to be weird, and unusual (or to be a vampire, same thing).