What book defines you as a reader?
I bounce around from book to book and genre to genre, but my favorites would have to be fantasy novels, especially those with unicorns as main characters (The Unicorn Chronicles and Firebringer Trilogy).
Most unique book?
There was a book I read several years ago that while I was reading it, one of the characters made me so angry that I had to put the book down and do something else for awhile. No other book has made me so emotional that I had to stop reading. If you ever manage to find it, it’s called The Truth About Unicorns by Bonnie Jones Reynolds.
What characters would play the angel and devil on your shoulders?
Captain America would hands down by the angel on my shoulder. The devil is a toss up between Cass from The Truth About Unicorns (the reason I was angry) or Charles Manson.
Book that represents each stage of your life (childhood, adolescence, adulthood).
Childhood would have to be The Babysitter’s Little Sister series, followed by The Face on the Milk Carton for adolescence and then for adulthood it would have to be Christine Feehan’s Dark Series.
Book that is your go to reread.
Honestly, I haven’t reread many books, I want to, but the pull to read a new book I’ve never read is also really strong with me. Though I have read Into the Land of the Unicorns by Bruce Colville twice, and Kaleidoscope by Danielle Steel twice.
Book that surprised you the most.
Most read author?
It’s a tie between Stephen King and Sir Terry Pratchett. They are both wonderful storytellers.
What character is most like you?
My name is Dorothy Gale, from Kansas.
What is your favorite non-romantic ship?
Frodo Baggins and Samwise Gamgee from The Lord of the Rings.
Do you prefer the hero or the villain?
Hero of course!