What period of history is your favorite to read about? I like to read fiction set in present day. Now biographies! That's another story! I most enjoy reading about Americans from the mid-1800s to late-1900s.
What is your favorite genre of fiction? Biographies, mysteries, chick lit. I rotate them.
Do you choose a book by its cover? I have. I honestly chose this one because I liked the orange and teal. It turned out to be very entertaining.
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Where do you do most of your reading? Wherever I happen to be. One of the benefits of a big purse is that I always have reading material with me.
Without looking, guess how many books are in your TBR pile. Now, look. Were you right? I guessed 15. It's really 30!
How many movies are on your TBW list? Six or seven.
What's your favorite genre of movie? Classic. I find myself gravitating to the late 1930s to the late 1950s.
Do you still go to see movies in the theater? Yes! Going to the movies in a theater is one of my favorite things to do.
You have $10,000 and no strings or obligations for one full day. Where do you go and what do you do? I put $9,500 in the bank. Then I allow myself the luxury of splurging and playing with the last $500. Christmas is coming and I think it would be great fun to do my gift buying with this found money.
How many songs are on your favorite playlist? Since my iPod crapped out, I don't really have a playlist.
What method do you use to listen to music (Spotify, iTunes, Pandora...)? Depends on where I am. At the office, I listen to Pandora. At home, I either listen to CDs or call on Alexa.