1Who is your favourite author
I can't narrow it down to only one, but Margaret Atwood, Doris Lessing are at the top of my list!
2 Who is your least favourite author
Read a book by Dan Brown once, the story was good but hated the writing style.
3 Do you ever re-read books
Yes, I have my 'comfort' books, in particular 'Rebecca' by Daphne Du Maurier and 'Wuthering Heights' by Emily Bronte.
4 If you are not enjoying a book do you leave it down or try to finish it
I tend to put it to one side for a while and try again in a few weeks, but sometimes I never go back to it.
5 What book do you think is horribly overrated
Everyone has their personal preferences, so I think it just comes down to taste.
6 If you meet a writer which author would you choose
7 Do you prefer fiction or non fiction
I like a bit of both, but I couldn't live without fiction.
8 What is your favourite genre
Anything that is going to teach me about a culture, time period or place.
9 What is your least favourite genre
I would have to say Sci-Fi.
10 I have nothing to read what book would you recommend and why?
Jonathan Livingstone Seagull should be a must for everyone.
I also recently read 'Love in the Present Tense' by Catherine Ryan Hyde and I think it has a lot to teach us all.
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