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This week's question:
OMG, fantastic question! Um, I would have to say the NIGHT HUNTRESS series by Jeaniene Frost. I'd looooooove to be a kick-ass chick amongst all those hottie vamps! And Vlad and I could FINALLY meet! Ahhh, chills!
"If you could physically put yourself into a book or series…which one would it be and why?"
Also, today is Follow Friday with Rachel's blog, Parajunkee's View! This week's question:
"Inspired by the inane twitter trend of #100factsaboutme, give us five BOOK RELATED silly facts about you."
I don't know if mine are silly, but here they are:
1) My husband is not allowed to look through my books, especially not my paranormal or PNR ones. If he does, inevitable snickering ensues, and I take it, ahem, a little personally. He had a field day with Love In the Time of Dragons by Katie MacAlister.
2) I was a struggling reader when I was little. I sobbed during a kindergarten test because I couldn't figure out the connection between 'bat', 'hat', 'at'. Then something clicked in third grade and I became one of the top readers in the class.
3) My TBR list from NetGalley is getting a little out of control. And I don't have the time to read most of them before their release. Which is the whole point **smacks forehead**.
4) I had an obsession with the name Karen from the Baby-Sitter-Little Sister series by Ann. M. Martin when I was little. I thought Karen was the be-all and end-all, and anytime I played make-believe, I or my doll was named Karen.
5) Besides being a huge supporter of literacy and reading education in general, I am a HUGE supporter of financial literacy. My philosophy is simple: if you don't own your finances, they own you. I think this is especially important for women. Did you know that 80% of men die married, while 80% of women die single. 75% of women living in poverty today were not poor before they were widowed. If you want to bone up your own personal financial literacy, please check out On My Own Two Feet: a modern girl’s guide to personal finance by Manisha Thakor and Sharon Kedar. It takes you from the basics of saving and understanding credit to investing, and it's super easy to read!