The rules are simple:
If I had the time to reread books, I would. There are a few that I love and feel that another reading is necessary to catch all the small details.
In reality, I reread many books, for the children! My favorite by far is Winnie the Pooh’s ABC Picnic and I love you Forever.
2. Is there a time you think Fiction, no Non-Fiction? Sometimes I have to read something real.
I read to escape (not that I have much to escape from!) so I prefer fiction. However, I do love to learn and research so I do read a lot of non-fiction. But no, I never think I need to read something real.
3. I love certain authors for the way they write, they way they can craft a sentence, a good sentence is wonderful. Do you have any books that you feel are just beautifully written, works of art?
LOTS! Stephen King is my favorite writer. I really enjoyed Terry Brooks. Robert Jordan was great, but since having babies I find my brain to easily distracted to continue reading his work. There was a book called Gargoyle that was a wonderful surprise. And then there are numerous teen books I have read that developed a great new world and did well at keeping subject matters appropriate for teens.
4. When I was young I bought a used book at a second hand store called "The Beast Regiment." it was great, and I haven't been able to find a copy since then. Do you have any ideas for me?
Hmmmm, have you tried Amazon? Is this it?
5. Writing is personal, reading is solitary. But sharing a great book is such a joy. Do you think books are the beauty that can save the world?
To me this means…each persons’ creativity that provides happiness and joy is what can save the world.
Well, to be honest, I do not have much luck in my choices responding to these sorts of things so instead, I would like to nominate my READERS!
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My questions for you are: