Today please welcome Bri, who blogs at No Books, No Life.
I feel like when I'm not currently reading a book my life doesn't feel as full or enjoyable. I think that people who don't read aren't living life to the fullest and will regret it later.
How long have you been blogging?
I have been blogging for about 5 or 6 months but I have been posting reviews on Goodreads for over a year.
What's one book you think everyone should read?
I really think that everyone should read the Extraction series by Stephanie Diaz. I really enjoyed the whole series and I really think that more people should find it and read it! Its really not as well known as it should be.
Do you judge a book by its cover, or its lover?
Most of the time I find myself picking up books because their covers lure me in. Whether it looks really beautiful or if it looks extremely creepy, 90% of the time that is what will lure me in!
To DNF or not to DNF?
I always try to finish a book no matter what. I feel like it is unfair to just give up on it for whatever reason but I have DNF-ed one or two books in my lifetime. I always feel bad when I do it though.
What's your favorite book to movie adaptation?
My favorite adaption is The Hunger Games. Everything seemed to be just as I imagined it in the book and that made me love the book even more!
What is your reading personality? (via quiz at http://www.bookbrowse.com/quiz/)
Your responses showed you fitting into three different personalities:
Involved Reader: You don't just love to read books, you love to read about books. For you, half the fun of reading is the thrill of the chase - discovering new books and authors, and discussing your finds with others.
Exacting Reader: 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.
Eclectic Reader: 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.
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