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I am thrilled to participate in Armchair BEA for the second time this year!
Today's post include an introduction and a discussion on Classics!
I am an eighteen year old book blogger who recently finished high school. I enjoy acting, reading, watching movies and traveling. Since January 16th, 2012, I have been happily blogging. I started blogging because I wanted to do something to distract me between the waiting period before books' release dates.
2. Tell us one non-book-related thing that everyone reading your blog may not know about you.
My favorite cereal is Captain Crunch! Many already know, but one of my passions, besides books, is theater. Everything about theater, acting, singing, watching shows, preparing for shows, performance nights and drama picnics.
3. What are you currently reading, and what is your favorite book you have read so far in 2013?
Currently I am reading Toward Zero by Agatha Christie (paperback!) and Forever Me by Thomas Amo (electronically). My favorite book? Hmm, my favorite story so far this year is a novella, Breathless by Brigid Kemmerer. For a full-length book? A Corner of White by Jacklyn Moriarty.
4. If you could eat dinner with any author or character, who would it be and why?
Cammie Morgan from Gallagher Girls series so I can learn about her spying life, not taking, "Its confidential" for an answer.
5. Where in the world are you blogging from? Tell a random fact or something special about your current location.
I am blogging from Maryland!!!!!!!! Maryland is an awesome state. Its a melting plot of many cultures. Though it can get very humid, the scenery is beautiful full of trees and flowers, and dogs walking.
A restaurant you have to check out if you ever visit is Il Pizzico. It is my favorite restaurant that has the best olive spread with scrumptious bread and the most delicious cannoli ever!
An author who lives in Maryland is Brigid Kemmerer, and she is the sweetest and her books rock!
I am more of a recent classic person. I view classics as influential books that left a intellectual mark.
- Anything by Agatha Christie. Especially The Murder of Roger Ackroyd.
- Slaughterhouse-Five by Kurt Vonnegut
- 1984 by George Orwell
- Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens
- Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier
Thanks for reading!