Know Me Better 1.12.13




A meme by Inspired Kathy of I am a Reader, Not a Writer blog.


This week's questions:
Where is your favorite spot to read?
Are you a fast or slow reader?
Fanfiction - Love it or Hate it? Have your ever read/written it?
Summer or Winter?
Truth or Dare?




Where is your favorite spot to read?
The couch. My husband sits on the other end, and I often have my feet in his lap. He usually has a book too, and we interrupt each other a lot to read excerpts from our own books.


Are you a fast or slow reader?
Slow. I have a tendency to jump ahead on the page to read something more interesting and then to come back and read what I missed, then I've got to read what I had read out of order again. But since I read a lot, I make up for it.


Fanfiction - Love it or Hate it? Have you ever read/written it?
Hate might be too strong of a word. When I was a kid, I wrote fanfiction all the time. That's a good way to get started as a young writer, I think. Now, however, I wouldn't read it or write it.


Summer or Winter?
Fall. I love the changing of the leaves, the crisp air, the earthy scent, and this feeling of newness, of change, that only occurs in the fall and spring. After that, Winter is good, I guess. I love snow.


Truth or Dare?
Truth. I don't like giving someone else so much control over me by being allowed to dare me to do something I wouldn't normally do.

Unless, of course, it's my husband and he dares me to kiss him . . . or something. That would be okay.

11 comments:

  1. Hi, thanks for stopping by my blog.
    I like reading books with my little cousin (she's the only one that likes to read as much as me, well she's not that little anymore, she's 15 lol)

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    1. Reading is always better when you can share it with someone else. In our house, we love audiobooks for long car rides. The whole family gets into the story together.

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  2. Fall is definitely the best season!
    Thank you for stopping by my blog and taking the time to comment

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    1. I'm really lucky. We were friends for years, spending long hours talking books and music and dreams, before we ever went on our first date.

      Next guy I meet who loves to read, I'll send your way.

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  4. I never thought I'd miss snow until I moved to a warm climate where I don't see it anymore. I still don't miss shoveling it, though, lol.

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    1. I admit, scraping my car is not much fun, but there's nothing like drinking hot chocolate after building snowmen and sledding down the driveway.

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  5. Oh! You are so cute, you and your husband, I know that when I read on the couch, my husband tent to take my feet in his hands and give me a massage!

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  6. I sometimes do that jumping around thing, too, when I read, then when I catch up to where I'd jumped to I think to myself "This is familiar." Ha! What a spacehead. My daughter's name is Rita. It isn't a name one hears very often.

    New follower.

    Anne@ My Head is Full of Books

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  7. Number one applys to me too. Only my partner has an xbox controller in his hands and his feet over me haha

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