It is time for you all to get your answers! Thanks to all the people who asked me questions, I really enjoyed this! Hope you like getting to know me a bit better!
What’s your favourite ever movie?
This is a very hard question for me to answer. I have favourite films within different genres and it always depends on the mood I’m in when I answer this so don’t take this answer as my absolute favourite but I would have to say that at the moment my favourite film is Finding Neverland.
If you had £10,000 what would you spend it on?
Realistically, I’d save it to help buy a house later on but if I wasn’t going to be spending it on my future, I would probably take a month or two months sabbatical and go travelling with it. Give some to charity and some to my family and then just go to all the places I’ve always wanted to go and visit all the people I always wish I could visit!
What is your earliest reading memory?
I want to say that I remember my mum reading to me every bedtime – and trust me, she did – but that would be lying. I also remember vaguely reading books as a child – especially one book that was my favourite that my little sister then decided was her favourite but the moment I truly remember was when I was reading Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. It was late at night and I was swept away by the story, and I remember this vivid scene and then when I woke up, I couldn’t find that scene in the book anywhere. That is my earliest, fond memory anyway. The first time I actually dreamt about the book I was reading.
Which book is your most prized possession?
My signed copy of Noughts and Crosses by Malorie Blackman.
Which fictional character resembles you the most?
Bah. I don’t know if I could answer this. I know I relate to a handful of characters but I never really picture myself as them in any way and I certainly don’t remember it when I do!
Of all the reviews you have written, which one are you most proud of/is your favourite?
Okay, so you’re bringing in the tough questions, I see how it is. Well, I don’t really know why but I think my favourite review is, Meeting Destiny by Nancy Straight.
What book scares or intimidates you?
I’m probably going to go with Game of Thrones by George R. R. Martin. It is huge!! But I’m also fairly scared to read The Casual Vacancy by J. K. Rowling, just afraid I will dislike it and it will ruin my thoughts about her!
What book do you have an unpopular opinion on? Dash & Lily’s Book of Dares by David Levithan and Rachel Cohen. I swear, everyone just LOVES this book and I just couldn’t get into it. I felt disconnected from the characters and really had to force myself to read it which was just a shame!
Favourite book to give as a gift? Black Heart Blue by Louisa Reid! This book is also one I recommend a LOT. It is seriously fantastic and if you haven’t read it… what are you waiting for?
If you could go to any bookish location in the world, where would you go?
Favourite and least favourite movie?
Favourite; Finding Neverland.
Least Favourite; Observe and Report – this may not be entirely true but is what came to me while thinking of this! I got so irritated by this movie! I wanted to just get up and walk out but was with my friend who seemed to be enjoying it so I endured it but I will never watch it again. But really, the old silent films I struggle with and films like Bruno irritate me but I’ve never watched them the whole way through so thought it was bad to judge!
Do you have any writing quirks?
Aside from typing so fast it takes my brain a little while to catch up. I’m not really sure. I sometimes take a break from writing to make a cup of tea or coffee and then when I return to write, I may end up neglecting said drink simply because I am so focussed on the story I’m writing! But um… I don’t think so?
Wooo! So… did you like the interview? Anything you have to say in response?