The third wonderful contributor to my “Meet the Bookworm” feature is Brittiny Charee from Florida, USA. For as long as I’ve known Brittiny she has always been an avid reader and is also a blogger and a writer in her spare time. In fact, we have written some fan fiction together in the past and it was a great honour. You can check out Brittiny’s blog here. There are some books on here, I’ll be sure to check out, and hopefully you will too.
What age did you get into reading? I’d say 5 or 6.
What’s the first book that really struck a chord with you and why? But No Elephants by Jerry Smath. I think because it was a favourite to read with my grandmother.
Do you have a favourite genre? Not really.
Is there a fictional character or characters that you can relate to? I tend to find one in almost every book I read.
What’s the worst book you’ve ever read and why? I can’t recall any off the top of my head. Likely because it was bad I voided it from my memory.
What’s your favourite book to screen adaptation and why? Jaws. They kept a good chunk of the book, and while there was a major character changed, it didn’t take anything from the story. I felt it was really well done.
What was the last book you read? The last book I actually finished was H.I.V.E. (The Higher Institute of Villainous Education)
What are you currently reading? Big Girl, As Old as Time, Girl in Pieces and Ninth Street Women.
If you could recommend just one book to everyone you ever met, which book would it be and why? Wicked. It can touch on so many different issues, and I think we can all relate to Elphaba now and then.
And finally, if you were to write an autobiography of your own life what would you call it? Roller-coaster of Life.
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Thanks for reading.