9.15.2019

sunday stealing

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Book tag

Who is your favorite author? Louise Penny, Jojo Moyes, Stephen King and many others!

What was the last book you read? I'm finishing up with Once Upon A River by Diane Setterfield

What book reminds you of your school days? Bellweather Rhapsody

What book releases are you looking forward to? Olive, Again by Elizabeth Strout and The Giver of Stars by Jojo Moyes

What movie releases are you looking forward to? Downton Abbey!!!!!

What 3 books are you planning to read? The Giver of Stars, Olive Again, and The Victory Garden

Have you ever damaged a book? of course

How long does it take you to read a book? a few days

Books you haven’t finished? not many

Popular books you didn’t like? The Poisonwood Bible

Is there a book you wouldn’t tell people you were reading?
no

How many books do you own? more than a thousand on my Nook

Are you a fast or slow reader? moderate to fast

Do you read better in your head our out loud? I'm not sure what this means--but I like to eye read and listen to books, I've learned to love audio books when I'm knitting

7 comments:

Ann said...

I have only one book on audio, Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. The reader, Anthony Held, does each voice. It was wonderful. I guess that I love old time radio mysteries as much as I do because I get to invent looks, etc from the voices supplied. I had not interpreted the final question in this way but I like your interpretation of it best.

The Gal Herself said...

So many of us are going to be at the movies next weekend to catch up with The Crawleys!

PS I'd made a vow to not buy any new books this year. Clearly, JBKO books cannot be covered by that vow. ;)

Bev Sykes said...

Looks like we're mostly all looking forward to Dowonton. I hope there is enough of Anna and Bates.

Lori said...

I never even thought about the last one being a "listen to" book. That makes so much more sense. I have not done that either though. I do want to. Loved your answers! Have a nice day!

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Stacy said...

The Poisonwood Bible...ugh (and many others that were Oprah's Book Club releases).
I didn't think of audio books, but I like them on long drives.

勝美 said...

You don't seem like the book-damaging type.

Plastic Mancunian said...

Stephen King has written some sci-fi - perhaps you didn't realise. He specialises in horror though.

:o)

Cheers

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