I just finished up The Lies of Locke Lamora by Scott Lynch. It was a lovely piece of confidence work that envelopes an entire city. I can't wait to read the next one, and for the planned 5 more to be written.
What are you reading now?
Shards of Honor by Lois Mcmaster Bujold. This is a reread since I finally convinced Jeff to read the Vorkosigan series. I now have to remember what happens.
Do you have any idea what you'll read when you're done with that?
Probably Warrior's Apprentice which is the next in that series and is a pretty quick read. The pile of library books continues to grow even if I keep reading.
What's the worst thing you were ever forced to read?
I've never really been forced to read anything, except for maybe in school but even then most of it was enjoyed, either for the content or the writing style. Yes, I even enjoyed Charles Dickens... I was that kid.
What's one book you always recommend to just about anyone?
Right now, Feed by Mira Grant.
Admit it, sadly the librarians at your library know you on a first name basis, don't they?
Yes, but they were my friends before they were my librarians...
Is there a book you absolutely love, but for some reason, people never think it sounds interesting, or maybe they read it and don't like it at all?
I know some of my friends don't like Seanan's series, but that's ok.
Do you read books while you eat?
While you listen to music?
While you're on the computer?
If the book is on the compuer, if not then I will use the internet as a way to give myself a break from the story
When you were little did other children tease you about your reading habits?
Oh yeah, but when you are the first to read everything in the kindergarten class, having kids tease you doesn't stop you from reading.
What's the last thing you stayed up half the night reading because it was so good you couldn't put it down?
Deadline by Mira Grant, I think
Have any books made you cry?
Lots, Gayle Greeno hit the cat- owner nerve, Mira Grant , more than I can remember right now.