Friday, July 4, 2008

"Why do you read?", July Edition

WOW this week is a lot of firsts for me! I have posted my very first author interview with none other than Jennifer Banash and my very first contest, which ends July 15 at midnight (EST). And now here is the very first edition of WHY DO YOU READ?, which is a series of interviews with reader/bloggers. If you would like me to interview you please read the note at the end of the interview.

First Name: Carolina
Age: 16
Gender: Female
Blog URL:

How old were you when you first became interested in reading books?

I first became interested in reading books when I learned how to read. I was 3 years old and books opened a whole new world to me. I loved that I was able to “transport” into the book and
live as the main character.


What is your most favorite book? Why?

Umm… I don’t really have a favorite book, I have many.

What is your favorite Series? Why?

Umm… again I don’t really have a favorite series I have many. Some of my favorite series are Uglies by Scott Westerfeld, The Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling, Evernight by Claudia Gray, Fearless FBI by Francine Pascal, The Morganville Vampire series by Rachel Caine, The House of Night series by P.C & Kristin Cast, The Vampire Diaries by L.J. Smith, Vampire Academy series by Richelle Mead, and The Mortal Instruments series by Cassandra Clare.

Who is you favorite author? Why?

I don’t have a favorite author, I have many. I just can’t choose one. Ok some of my favorite authors are Meg Cabot, Rachel Caine, Richelle Mead, Cassandra Clare, Francine Pascal, Jane Austen, John Green, Scott Westerfeld, Tina Ferraro, and many more.

What is you favorite genre of books? Why?

Well, I have to favorite genres, fiction and urban fantasy.

How many books, in average, do you read a week?

I can read up to 20 books a week. It depends on how many books I get from the library. The average is 15 books.

Describe your favorite place to sit down and read a great book?

My favorite place to sit down and read a book is on my black mushroom chair by my window. I like to open up the blinds and let the sun through. My room is on the second floor so I have a pretty good view.

What bookstore do you go to the most?

I don’t really buy books because I’m always broke but when I do buy books I like to go to Half Price books or Barnes and Noble.

Which character (in any book) are you most like? Why?

Hmm… I think I’m more like… wow this is hard, I would say I’m more like Nicolette from Top Ten Uses of an Unworn Prom Dress. We’re both headstrong, funny, and would do anything to help our families. We are also very loyal to our friends, even if they sometimes don’t deserve it.

If you could bring only one book with you to a deserted island, what would you choose? Why?

Oh, this isn’t fair. Can’t I just bring all my books? I can’t choose one.
Thank you very much Carol for stopping by and answering a few questions! Now, if you are a frequent reader and you would like me to interview you for next month (August) please email me at! And remember to drop by Carol's blog to read her amazing reviews and comment!


Oh and a Happy Independence day to every one!!! I hope you all have a great day with friends, family and whoever else you may be spending the wonderful day with. And I hope you get to see some great fireworks, I know I will be!!


windycindy said...

Fantastic interview! I enjoy reading interviews and learning more about the people behind the blogs that I read. The suggestions of books help me, also! Thanks, Cindi

Shooting Stars Mag said...

Nice interview Kyle. Love this idea. :)
It is rather hard to pick a favorite book and author...I must agree.

WOOW...I knew you read a ton, but that's insane! I wish I could read that fast. :)


Anonymous said...

Cassandra Clare is aMaZiNg.

Elainareads said...

Great interview!! WOW thats a bunch of books in one week. I wish I could sit and read that much in a week. It really is hard to pick fav. books and authors.

Carolina said...

Thanks for interviewing me!
It looks great!

Breanna said...

Holy crap goodness. How can you read up to 20 books in a week Carol? That's insanity! I can read maybe 3 or 4 at the most. And they would have to be relatively short books, lol. But if I didn't have my daughters I might be able to read 10 a week, but that's a big might, lol.

Those are some of my favorite authors too, especially Meg Cabot. I can't believe she's written as many books as she has. That seems just insane to me.


Anonymous said...

Awww, your just like me, a reader really early. My parents have video tapes of me at 3 or 4 reading and making up stories to them. I can't decide who's my favorite author out there. There's so many good ones! Great interview!

Kyle said...

I was really glad i got to interview you Carol, it was fun! and I agree with you on wanting to take all of your books on the island, that would be a hard choice for me too.

Anonymous said...

That was a great interview Kyle, and Carole, thanks for sharing. :) It's always great to get to know a bit about other book-a-holics.

Anonymous said...

Oh, wow. Amazing interview! Thanks for sharing. I'm glad I got to learn a little more about Carol. :) It's really cool. We have lots of stuff in common. Read on!! It's a portal to another world. Be anyone you want to be! :)


Booked Books said...

Awesome interview!
I think you're the fastest reader I know by far. xD It's hard for me to choose a favorite book too.

Anonymous said...

where to buy viagra viagra overdose viagra online uk cialis levia and viagra viagra from india viagra from india cost of viagra womens viagra bad side effects of viagra viagra 34434 viagra canada viagra online cheap what does viagra do order viagra online

علياء زهران محمد said...

شركة نقل عفش بحائل
شركة تنظيف منازل وفلل بحائل
شركة رش مبيدات بحائل
شركة عزل خزانات بحائل
شركة تنظيف بحائل
شركة تنظيف مجالس بحائل
شركة نقل اثاث بحائل