Another one I found:
Do you remember how you developed a love of reading?
no, but I remember when I first began reading "for real." My third or fourth grade class was going on a trip to the library and all the other kids were picking out chapter books. Up until this point, I had only read picture books. So I wanted to get a chapter book, too. The book I checked out was Sweet Valley Twins #21: Left Behind, which began my love of reading and the Sweet Valley twins, which then led to my love of Baby-sitters club books.
What are some books you loved as a child?
Sweet Valley twins
Sweet Valley High
Baby Sitters Club
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
The Chocolate Touch
Polk Street Kids series
What is your favorite genre?
African-american contemporary fiction
Do you have a favorite novel?
I have a ton! These are the ones I can think of off the top:
Flyy Girl-Omar Tyree
The Coldest Winter Ever-Sister Souljah
One for the Money-Janet Evanovich
Conspiracy in Death-JD Robb
Casting the First Stone-Kimberla Lawson Roby
Where do you usually read? in bed
When do you usually read? usually at night before I go to bed
Do you usually have more than one book you are reading at a time? no
Do you read nonfiction in a different way or place than you read fiction?
see previous survey
Do you buy most of the books you read, or borrow them, or check them out of the library? buy them
Do you keep most of the books you buy? yes, mostly because I'm too lazy to sell them. I have sold a few on Amazon
If you have children, what are some of the favorite books you have shared with them?
I don't have kids, but some of the books I've shared with my students are the Polk Street Series, Mrs. Piggle Wiggle books, the Scary Stories books, BSC books, and the Chocolate Touch
What are you reading now?
Skipping Christmas-John Grisham (might abandon it, though, as I was only reading if for Christmas and I've already read it before) and Irresistible Forces by Brenda Jackson, my first free Nook book
Do you keep a To Be Read list?
no, but I'm going to start
What’s next? I dunno
What books would you like to reread?
Eric Jerome Dickey's first few books: Friends and Lovers, Sister Sister, Milk in My Coffee, and my favorite Liar's Game
Who are your favorite authors?
Janet Evanovich, JD Robb, Eric Jerome Dickey, Kimberla Lawson Roby