On September 29,
Words And Peace will celebrate
its 4th blogiversary!

This year, to launch the celebration of this great day, I’m taking my inspiration from  Musings From a Bookmammal‘s great post: my reading life from A to Z (I’m using also her logo, so please be sure to go visit her great book blog)

Come back tomorrow for a super fun giveaway hunt, inspired from another blogger.

And I will serve you my stats on the day itself!

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A=Author You’d Like To Meet

haruki-murakamiHaruki Murakami!
Definitely one of my favorite authors alive

B=Buy or Borrow?

Borrow without hesitation, I visit my public library 3 or 4 times a week

C=Currently Reading

8 actually.
But let’s focus on this one:

A Paris Apartment coverfascinating histfic in Paris,
for a tour on France Book Tours.
Click on the cover to know more about it

D=Dog-ear or Bookmark?

Bookmark, all the time

E=E-reader or Physical Book?

Both, with an increasing number of ebooks,
and audiobooks too!

F=Fiction or Nonfiction?

Both. I always have one or two nonfiction in process along novels,
usually focusing on religious topics, but not exclusively.

G=Glad You Gave This Book A Chance

Crossing the LineThis author is a famous author of thriller in France.
I organized a virtual book tour for her last year, but didn’t include myself in the tour,
thinking that would not be my type of things.
I regretted it when I saw the awesome reviews she got.
So when I got the chance to organize another book tour for her latest thriller translated in English,
I didn’t hesitate a second, and wow, what a great talent.
It kept me on the edge of my seat.
Click on the cover to read reviews, as the tour is live this week.
My own review is scheduled for October 5.

H=How Many Bookcases Are In Your Home?

7, and I may forgot some, lol

I=Illustrator—Who’s Your favorite?

Brian SELZNICK,
author of The Invention of Hugo Cabret

J=Just Finished

Bitter GreensA mix of fairy tale and histfic!

K=Kinds of Books You Won’t Read

Horror

L=Library—How Often Do You Visit?

3 or 4 times a week,
plus the website about daily

M=Magazines—Which Ones Do You Read?

I basically don’t read magazines, apart from the Book Page
offered by my library, once a month

N= Notes—Do You Write Notes In Books?

I take lots of notes when I read,
I discovered it really helped write my reviews better and faster,
but NEVER in the book itself, I have a special notebook for that.

O=Oldest Book You Own?

Not sure, maybe
The Chief American Poets, edited by Curtis Hidden Page, 1905

Preferred Place To Read

On our tiny porch, with bird songs in the background

Q=Favorite Quote About Books or Reading

“A place isn’t a place without a bookstore”,
in The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry, by Gabrielle Zevin

R=Required Reading—a book that you were required to read for a class

And that I liked at the time, writing long crazy essays about it,
but that I no longer appreciate:
The Crying of Lot 49, by Pynchon.
That was to prepare the entrance Concours de l’Ecole Normale Supérieure

S=Series You Love

The series on Mrs. Pollifax, by Dorothy Gilman

T=Three of your All-Time
[too tough, let’s say recently read and reviewed]
Favorite Books

All The Light We Cannot See  Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki Madame Picasso

U=Underrated book or author that you think deserves more attention

Kim RendfeldKim Rendfeld
Click on her picture to access her website

V=Very Excited For This Release

The Tapestryclick on the cover.
Sequel to The Chalice

W=Weirdest Book or Reading Habit

there but for the

X=X Marks The Spot: Start at the top left of your shelf and pick the 27th book

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Y=Your latest book purchase:

175161

Z=ZZZ-snatcher book (last book that kept you up WAY late):

hmmm, which does NOT?? But let’s say:

Lies Told in Silence coverclick on it to read my review and enter the giveaway!

I hope you enjoyed this survey.
Which of the books I mentioned
is your favorite?

Come back tomorrow for a super fun giveaway hunt!

 

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