This week's question:
Do your reading habits change based on your mood? Do you read a certain genre if you are feeling depressed or happy?
Not really. Most of the time reading automatically puts me in a good mood, regardless of the book. It doesn't really matter what mood I'm in, I will usually reach for whatever book I was going to read next anyways.
Although, I will confess that in moments of masochism, I sometimes pick up Clockwork Prince and read a few chapters of that.... but nnnnnggh.
It always leaves me like this:
Who's ready for the weekend?? I know I am! Ginger @ GReads
has created this super fun meme that poses a bookish question to be answered each week.
This week's questions:
Unexpected books: Which books did you have reservations about reading, but ended up loving once you did?
At first, I didn't think I'd like reading about a mean girl who has to live the same day over and over and over again.... but then I read it and
I completely fell in love with the characters and Lauren Oliver's beautiful writing style.
I saw "cyborg Cinderella" and was like: "mehhhhh"
Plus I'm usually not into futuristic novels.
But this one.... ohmygoodness YOU GUYS.
Possibly my favorite Cinderella retelling ever!
Don't tell me you didn't think the cover was cheesy.
I first picked this book up around the time when vampire novels were EVERYWHERE and I was pretty doubtful about the concept of this story.
And then I read it.
And I went through the whole series in a matter of weeks!