Please welcome Jennifer, who blogs at The Relentless Reader.
1. NAME OF MY BOOK BLOG(S): The Relentless Reader http://therelentlessreader.blogspot.com/
2. I HAVE BEEN BLOGGING SINCE: June 2012. My one-year blogoversary is tomorrow, the 28th. I can’t believe how quickly this year has gone by.
3. MY EARLIEST MEMORY OF READING: I remember reading Green Eggs and Ham for show-and-tell in 1st grade. I thought I was such hot stuff.
4. FIRST BOOK I READ OVER AND OVER: Alice in Wonderland, it blew my young mind.
5. MY FAVORITE PLACE TO READ: On my tummy in bed. My elbows are a wreck. Reading injuries, who knew?
6. MY BOOKSHELVES ARE: My dad recently built me some shelves and I’m working on staining them. I’m hoping to have a well-organized system once I’m able to shelve all of my books. Hoping.
7. MY TBR LIST/PILE IS: Bonkers. I’m sure we all have a similar tale to tell. I’m currently on a self-imposed library ban until I get my tbr pile under control.
8. A BOOK I DON’T LIKE THAT EVERYONE ELSE SEEMS TO LOVE: This is How You Lose Her by Junot Diaz wasn’t my cup of tea.
9. A BOOK THAT INTIMIDATES ME: Les Miseralbes by Victor Hugo. It’s neither the length nor the subject matter that scares me. I’ve wanted to read it forever. I don’t know what the deal is but I’m nervous to begin.
10. MY FAVORITE NON-BOOKISH ACTIVITY: Wait, what? Is there such a thing?
11. MY BOOK BLOG STANDS OUT FROM THE CROWD BECAUSE: Is this where I get to toot my own horn? I review an eclectic mix of literary fiction, classics, and a lot of nonfiction. I feature a wide variety of books and I hope that I do it in a way that is accessible and fun! Toot toot!
12. MY READING PERSONALITY (http://www.bookbrowse.com/quiz/) IS: Exacting Eclectic
Your responses showed you fitting into two different groups - the exacting reader and the eclectic reader.
The expression 'so many books, so little time!' sums up your life. You love books but you rarely have as much time to read as you'd like - so you're very particular about the books you choose.
You read for entertainment but also to expand your mind. You're open to new ideas and new writers, and are not wedded to a particular genre or limited range of authors.