The Sisterhood of The World Bloggers

Sisterhood of the World Bloggers

Nya nominated me for the Sisterhood of the World blog award. Thank you, Nya!

The Rules:
01. Thank the blogger who nominated you and add a link to their blog in your post.
02. Answer the questions provided by the blogger who nominated you.
03. Nominate ten other bloggers.
04. Create ten questions for your nominees and notify them of their nomination.

Here are Nya’s questions

01. What is your favorite childhood book?
I can’t pick just one. My favorite childhood book when I was very young was Goodnight, Moon. When I got a little older and was able to read myself, I loved the Ramona books and Nancy Drew. Island of the Blue Dolphins was an early favorite as well.

02. E-books or printed books?
I prefer ebooks over printed books, then paperback over hardcover. Ebooks are cheaper (than hardcovers anyway – and they usually come out at the same time) and don’t create clutter in my house. I read ebooks faster, which means I can read more books. I don’t keep most books after I’ve read them, so I don’t have to figure out what to do with them when I’m done. I can just delete them from my Kindle.

03. What is your favorite place to read?
I usually read at work on my breaks, but when I’m at home and have quiet time, I prefer to read either in “my” chair. Lately I’ve been reading while lying on the couch. One of my cats likes to nap on my lap when I do that. But I usually fall asleep too, so reading in my chair is better, really.

04. Is there any genre you would never read?
Probably hard science fiction. I’m iffy on sci-fi/fantasy anyway, so anything too technical or sciencey just doesn’t interest me.

05. What’s your review rating system?
1 is for DNFs and it goes up from there. I do use half stars on the blog and round down for Goodreads. It’s just a general system. I’ve given books x stars before and then I’ll be going through Goodreads and see that I gave another book I didn’t like nearly as much the same stars. I feel bad sometimes, but I don’t change it unless I reread the book (very rare) and have a different opinion.

06. What is your favorite fictional character?
Nancy Drew

07. What was the best film adaption of a book?
I don’t know about best, but I really liked The Virgin Suicides. I’m not a big movie-watcher, so I don’t have that much experience with this. The book is usually better, but if I see the movie first, I usually won’t read the book. Yes, it’s probably better. I don’t care.

08. How do you chose the next book to read?
In general I go by release date for ARCs and due date for library books. For other books, I just pick whatever looks good at the time. This is a limitation of ebooks. It’s hard to see the choices all at once.

09. Top 3 authors?
Phyllis Reynolds Naylor, Ginger Scott, and Nora Roberts/JD Robb

10. Is there any book release you are particularly looking forward to?
This is going to sound bad, but no. At the beginning of the year, I knew what was coming up until about May or June. Then I went into my blogging slump and hiatus and I have not caught up yet. I’m trying (trying) to stay off Netgalley and Edelweiss until I catch up with the already overdue ARC reviews so I basically have no idea what’s coming out for the rest of 2015. I won’t even start thinking about 2016 until it’s time for those end-of-year-wrapups/beginning-of-new-year-looking-forward-to memes and posts.

I know a lot of people don’t do awards and I don’t know who does, so I’m going to skip nominating and creating ten more questions.

Jenna

Comments

  1. Thank you for taking part! I feel the same way as you about the reviews, but I don’t change my original ratings either. I think it feels as part of the experience I’ve had at that moment. I might analyse and feel differently lately, but it’s not the same.
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