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Book Day Q&A
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My amiga, Jess the Avocado, invited me to share about some of my books read, past, present, future.
1. What was the last book you finished reading?
- The Killing Forest by Sara Bladell (gifted by my little sister)
- Red Rising series by Pierce Brown (haven’t read Books 4–6)
2. Tell me about something you are reading right now?
- Successful Happiness — How to Find and Fulfill Your Passion-Driven Purpose by Dr. William G. Dickerson (given to me by my boss and friend)
3. Do you have a book in mind which you are excited to start next?
- Love Knot Tantra by Chris Mooney-Singh (sorry I haven’t gotten through it all yet, brother)
- Sky Tracer by Hayden Moore (book arrived, excited to visit your world soon, brother)
- The Bad Place by Dean Koontz
4. What are 3 books you’ve read in the last few years that you loved and would recommend to other readers?
- Ready Player One by Ernest Cline
5. What were your favourite books when you were a child?
- Chronicles of Narnia collection by C.S. Lewis
- Nate the Great series by Marjorie W. Sharmat
- Encyclopedia Brown series by Donald J. Sobol
- The Boxcar Children series by Gertrude Chandler Warner
- Pippi Longstocking collection by Astrid Lingren
- Cam Jansen series by David A. Adler
- Fantastic Mr. Fox (& Tales of the Unexpected, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, BFG) by Roald Dahl
- Hatchet (& sequels) by Gary Paulsen
- The Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Juster
- Hundreds more…
6. What did you enjoy reading as a teenager?
- The Player of Games by Ian M. Banks
- Dean Koontz (One Door Away From Heaven, Phantoms, Night Chills)
- Edgar Allen Poe (The Raven, The Red Death, Tell Tale Heart, etc)
- Necromancer by Gordon R. Dickson
- Enders Game by Orson Scott Card
- Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry (& sequels) by Mildred D. Taylor
- The Giver (& Gathering Blue) by Lois Lowry
- A Brave New World by Aldous Huxley
- Something Wicked This Way Comes by Ray Bradbury
- A Series of Unfortunate Events by “Lemony Snicket” (Daniel Handler)
- So many more, so much poetry
Thanks for inviting me Jess. It was fun to visit my past and the books that shaped me and my writing after many forgotten years. I know it’s not in-depth, but I hope you enjoy this peek into my head’s history.