Credits to Jamie of The Perpetual Page-Turner
Author you've read the most books from:I'm surprised to say that according to Goodreads, I've read the most books from Rick Riordan! Not that it's bad or anything, but lately all I've been reading are contemporary romances.
Best sequel ever:Do complementary books count? If yes, then totally Dare You To by Katie McGarry! <3
Currently reading:Beautiful Creatures by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl
Drink of choice while reading:I don't really drink when I read, but I guess I'd like cold milk tea or hot choco, depending on the weather.
E-reader or physical book?Do you even have to ask this question? Physical books all the way!
Fictional character you probably would have actually dated in high school:Hector from Starcrossed, and Finn from All Our Yesterdays! <3
Glad you gave this book a chance:Obsidian by JL Armentrout. I don't really read fantasy anymore, and the idea of aliens was just weird, but after I read this book I was just ASJFSDKFJ!!!
Hidden gem book:The Guys are Props Club by Ingrid Seymour (Click the title for my review)
Important moment in your reading life:Discovering book blogs! Years ago, I thought blogging was about personal stories only. I know, how stupid :))
Just finished:All Our Yesterdays by Cristin Terrill. Review to come soon.
Kinds of books you won't read:Crime/Thriller and Horror are closed cases. Supernaturals(Fantasy) are somewhat debatable.
Longest book you've read:Huh! It's actually Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix by JK Rowling at 870 pages. I thought it was Brisngr by Christopher Poalini.
Major book hangover because of:All Our Yesterdays by Cristin Terrill and Goddess by Josephine Angelini.
Number of bookcases you own:One, which is sad, but I plan to have more! :)
One book you have read multiple times:Dare You To by Katie McGarry, which I read twice this year!
Preferred place to read:While lying down on my bed, with all those pillows behind my back. :)
Quote that inspires you/gives you all the feels from a book you've read:
“I hold the bottle out into the rain and watch as the steady flow slowly fills it. When there is enough, enough that Beth can clearly see, I close the bottle and hand it to her.
She raises a skeptical eyebrow, but accepts the bottle.
"It's our rain Beth."
Her head barely shakes to show her confusion while I rub the back of my neck and search for my courage. "I told you I loved you in this rain and when you doubt my words, I want you to look at this bottle.”