Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Totally stole this. Don't care.

1) What are you reading at the moment?

A Dance with Dragons. George RR Martin
2) As a child, what did you read under the covers?
All of those evil VC Andrews books - Flowers in the Attic, etc. So scandalous.
3) Has a book ever made you cry, and if so which one?
The Time Traveler's Wife, and every freaking one of the Songs of Ice and Fire books. Stupid George RR Martin.
4) You are about to be put into solitary confinement for a year and allowed to take three books. What would you choose?
The Mists of Avalon, Pride and Prejudice, Behind the Mask: The IRA and Sinn Fein
5) Which literary character would you most like to sleep with?
The vampire LeStat
6) If you could write a self-help book, what would you call it?
You must be really F-ed, if You're Reading THIS Book

7) Which book, which play, and which poem would you make compulsory reading in high school English classes?

Book: The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao
Play: Go Ask Alice
Poem: Dr. Seuss (any and all)
8) Which party from literature would you most like to have attended?
The tea party from Alice in Wonderland
9) What would you title your memoirs?
Stop me when I'm Lying
10) If you were an actor, which literary character do you dream of playing?
Buffy from Feed


ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

1) What are you reading at the moment?

Von's blog, he typed shamelessly.

zombie rotten mcdonald said...

I considered that joke, but decided to leave it for someone else.

mikey said...

I answered these questions last night. Not a great deal has changed. But I am flattered by the obsessive interest in my habits. Let's avoid any discussion of morning wood, however, shall we?

Brando said...

I remember my mom and aunt reading V.C. Andrews. They forbade me from reading them but I loved the paperback covers that opened up into a creepy image of one of the scenes.

I don't know if I ever fully cried after reading a book, but things got a little dusty at the end of "Of Mice and Men" and "The Road."

I will probably steal this.

Jennifer said...

I remember reading V.C. Andrews books. They felt like eating a whole bag of Doritos. :)

Kathleen said...

somehow I dodged teh VC Andrews bullet. not sure why. when I was the right age I was too "good" to read something "Bad" and then later they weren't interesting to me.

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