But enough about interviewing other people. It’s time I interviewed YOU.
1. What’s your favorite time of day to read? Probably late afternoon or early evening.
2. Do you read during breakfast? (Assuming you eat breakfast.) Noooo, I’m trying to wake up.
3. What’s your favorite breakfast food? (Noting that breakfast foods can be eaten any time of day.) Lots of breakfast-related questions! Pain au chocolate is my favorite thing to eat for breakfast.
4. How many hours a day would you say you read? It depends on the time of year. During winter I’m lucky if I read an hour every day.
5. Do you read more or less now than you did, say, 10 years ago? Way less.
6. Do you consider yourself a speed reader? It depends on the book. If it’s non-fiction, yes; if it’s a novel, I like to take my time with it.
7. If you could have any superpower, what would it be? Time travel would be pretty awesome. Is that a superpower?
8. Do you carry a book with you everywhere you go? Yes.
9. What KIND of book? The novelly kind? I’m not sure what this question is asking.
10. How old were you when you got your first library card? I don’t really remember, but I was definitely an adult. Before that I used my parents’ library card.
11. What’s the oldest book you have in your collection? (Oldest physical copy? Longest in the collection? Oldest copyright?) Gawd, I don’t know. The oldest physical copy is probably one of my mom’s picture books that she gave me. Longest in the collection is probably The Alligator’s Song, which was my favorite book when I was little; and longest copyright is probably Pride & Prejudice.
12. Do you read in bed? Yes.
13. Do you write in your books? Definitismally.
14. If you had one piece of advice to a new reader, what would it be? If a book is boring you, stop reading it. There’s no law that says you have to finish a book.
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