While most book bloggers interview authors, I thought of interviewing my favorite book reviewers. Before I buy or read a book, I make sure to it to check if my favorite book reviewers has made review about it. I trust their tastes in books that’s why if they don’t feel or like the book, I’m certain that I won’t like it too.
Without any further ado, here are my questions to her.
It was actually the movie tie-in edition of Red Riding Hood
I didn’t start reading at a young age like most other readers–my passion for reading came to me at age 11. 🙂
I’m not too sure, actually! I started using Goodreads back in May 2011, and I started blogging 2 years later.
Why must you make me choose?! It’s probably Rick Riordan’s The Battle of the Labyrinth. Or Jeaniene Frost’s Destined for an Early Grave. Or Krista and Becca Ritchie’s Fuel the Fire. Or Marie Lu’s Champion. Or Tabitha Suzuma’s Forbidden. Hey, you asked. 😉
Almost all of the books I read leave some sort of impact on me. The book at the top of my head right now though is All the Rage by Courtney Summers, which taught me the harsh realities of rape.
I read almost anything with a good synopsis, but high fantasy is definitely my favorite! I just love being in new worlds thought up by brilliant writers, and reading about magic, monsters, and all those fabulous things!
This question is hard. I love a lot of authors! Some of my auto-buy authors are Rick Riordan, Krista and Becca Ritchie, Jeaniene Frost, Marie Lu and Julie Kagawa.
Our local bookstore, Fully Booked, is my best friend when it comes to this. 😉 I rarely buy books online, but when I do I usually get them from Amazon.
I HAVE. I had to bleach my brain ten times over after reading it–okay, half of it. I just could not stand the heroine at all!
The main piece of advice I could give: READ MORE. Books will change your life. ❤