We all know and love our blogging community, but this feature is a chance to learn even more about other bloggers and their habits. Today, we have Lexie from Still Waiting for Books to Come True talking about her blogging and reading experience.
What inspired you to start blogging? I've always loved writing reviews, and just generally sharing my opinions on books--whether it's a novel I really loathed or adored so much that I felt everyone in the world should read it. When I saw that my friend Zoey had turned her blog into a book blog, and I saw all these people who were just as willing to ramble about books as me, I thought making my own might be a good idea.Thanks, Lexie! She's on Twitter @LexieB2 and there's a link to her portkey blog above! See you all again in a few weeks for the next Meet a Blogger post :)
What motivates you to blog? The books. Always the books. That is what this whole thing comes down to: me, the books I read, what I thought, what I want to say. I just want to try and express how these books have affected me and see if anyone feels the same.
What's your favourite place to read? I don't really have one in particular. I tend to read on the floor of the office, on the couch, or in my bedroom. Occasionally, during the summer or springtime, in a tree.
Do you have any books that you re-read over and over again? I haven't done much rereading in a while, but I used to be a crazy rereader, particularly with the HP series and all of Tamora Pierce's novels set in Tortall.
What books are you waiting on? . . . if I answered this, the post would be about ten pages long.
Who's your biggest fictional crush at the moment? I think I'm going to have to go with Augustus Waters from The Fault in Our Stars.
Tell us something about your blog that we didn't know.It's secretly a portkey. (Shhh, portkeys can be online too. You just have to believe.)
In honour of INSURGENT's release this week, which faction would you be in? And why?Erudite, most definitely. I'm not particularly honest, peaceful, selfless, or stupidly courageous, but I'd like to think I'm fairly intelligent.