Literary Junkies Link Up: December Edition

I can't believe it has already been a month since we last talked books!  The time has just flown by!  I'm back again today for Literary Junkies Link Up and most of you know the drill by now.  If you are new, you can go here or here to find out more!

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And now for the questions!
1.  If you could write a book, what would it be about? 
This is probably why I don't have a book started-I don't know what I want to write about.  I want to be a published author, but have no idea what I want to write about! 

2.  If you had to read one book or trilogy for the rest of your life, what would it be?
All I would ever need is an anthology of Edgar Allan Poe.

3.  Who is your current favorite book character and why?
I am not reading anything at the moment.  I am giving myself a rest so I can start fresh in 2014!  I reached my goal of 15 books this year!  I actually read 16, so that made me feel better about the small goal I had set for myself!  Next year's goal is 20!

4.  Is there a book you read every year during the holiday season, if so what is it and why? Nope. 

5.  Do you have any books on your Christmas list?  Name a few.
The Accursed by Joyce Carol Oates, Lone Wolf and The Storyteller by Jodi Picoult.

6.  What is a book you read and loved that you didn't expect to? 
Oddly enough, it was the Twilight series.  I actually didn't think I would like them and I ended up loving them.  Now, the movies they did...ehhhh......

8 comments:

  1. I have read both the Jodi Picoult books on your wish list and they are equally good but very different. Will be interested to read what you think!

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    1. I can't decide which one to purchase first! Ha! #booknerdproblems

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  2. I feel the same way about the Twilight series! Gave the books a chance and ended up loving them... Love Jodi Picoult too!

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  3. Edgar Allan Poe is the jam! I read the storyteller and it didn't really hold me in during the entire book. Also the Twilight books were actually good and funny. Not so much for the movie.

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    1. I love Poe! The Twilight books were much better than the movies. I just got more out of the books, but I am usually like that with any book-to-movie creation. Thanks for stopping by!

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  4. I enjoyed The Storyteller. It was our Literary Junkies Book Club read last month. Haven't read the Lone Wolf though. Thanks for linking up with us!! Hope to see you next month!

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