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I'm in love with a fictional character help it's ruining my real life what the heck am I supposed to do help 911 sos what even
Anonymous

Yes, hello, you’ve reached the fictional character police. I’m afraid it is too late for you. Once you’ve fallen in love with a fictional character there is no going back. Now if you wouldn’t mind clearing the line, there are many other callers waiting who have experienced the same pain as you. Thank you for your call. 

I'm considering buying Elanor and park. Have you read it? and if you have is it good??? :)
schdler

I have read it, yes. And I’m sorry to say I didn’t really like it. I thought it was really contrived in terms of emotion, not to mention the fact that I found a lot of the language to be racist. It just lacked this depth of emotion that really bothered me. I know there are a lot of people who disagree with me on that, but I just didn’t enjoy the book at all. 

Do you listen to music while you read? I like to, but I'm so sick of the music I have so? Do you have any recommendations? that's if you do listen to music while you read.
Anonymous

Yes, I do listen to music while I read! As far as being sick of music, I generally listen to 8tracks because you can just choose a mood and let it run. Also, Pandora is a safe bet. I hope that helps you get to some new music! 

littlehobbit13 replied to your post “Have you read “The Lies of Locke Lamora”? If not, you should give it a try sometime, it was really thrilling and funny! :)”

I’m reading that right now! It’s excellent so far. One review I read of it said it’s like “Ocean’s Eleven meets The Godfather”, and I must say, it’s a spot-on description so far!

that is an absolutely amazing review and a perfect way to grab my attention. I definitely need to learn more about this book.

I am currently reading The Hobbit as well and I am greatly enjoying it. Do you enjoy the quirky slightly sarcastic Bilbo too? Do you know if the Lord of the Ring novels are written in the same manner?
Anonymous

I have actually read The Hobbit before so I can tell you that I really like the way Bilbo is portrayed throughout the book. I think he is a very quirky character, but it works. Regarding Lord of the Rings… I have read the first two books and I feel like I can say that the writing style is different in that LotR is more complex. The Hobbit was written for a younger audience and you can absolutely tell. I personally didn’t enjoy reading LotR because it was just too much to deal with and I wasn’t a huge fan of how they were written, but obviously there are a lot of people who disagree with me on that. I hope you continue to enjoy The Hobbit, though!

Have you read "The Lies of Locke Lamora"? If not, you should give it a try sometime, it was really thrilling and funny! :)
gettinglayd

Hmmm, I think I’ve heard of that one. Thanks for the rec!

Have you read The Cuckoo's Calling?
geekly-sheik

No, I have not. But I plan to! 

Do you have a goodreads account? If so, what do you think of the site?
Anonymous

Yes! I absolutely do have an account. I think it is such a useful site, and I am friends with a lot of followers from this blog. I think it is a great way to keep track of books in lots of different ways, and it is great for discussion about books in general. I think the organization of the site is just really useful. There should be a link to my goodreads profile on the main page of this blog, but just in case anyone else wants to add me as a friend, here is the link. 

Have you read anything by Ian Faulkner? If so did you enjoy it?
disneyorpizza

I haven’t read anything by him, no. Sorry!

I <3 blood red road.
crazysherlockmotherfucka

It is a really fantastic book. I’ve only read the first two books in the series, but they are both really great. 

If you don't want to answer then it's okay, but can I ask you your sexuality? And if you are in a relationship?[ps dos there exist any sexuality in which you are abnormally attracted to books? because that's me]
Anonymous

No, that’s fine, I don’t mind answering. I’m straight, and no I’m not in a relationship. And I think it’s fair to say that any book nerd is drawn to books. Have you ever seen a store full of beautifully bound leather books?

What are your favourite books, and suggestions? Looking to get new books ^.^
Anonymous

I have a list all ready to go for you! Check out the book recs page (link here) for tons of suggestions, plus there is a list of my very favorites near to the bottom. Happy reading!

HALP! I took my b-day money to a used book store and now my to-read pile is monstrous ;A; I didn't think I'd bought that many books but now I have, like, twenty new ones. idk how I'm going to read all these books! What do I do?
Anonymous

Just accept the fact (everyone needs to do this with me) that you will never be able to read ALL THE BOOKS IN THE WORLD. Once you do that, everything gets easier. As for what to read in your pile… set them all out and choose the 8th one to read first. Just a random number to get you started. I believe in your reading skills!

The little anonymous friend saw all of the suggestions! Thanks so much!
Anonymous

I hope you have lots of mermaid/siren stories to fill your life with  now :) glad to help!

The Thirteenth Tale is definitely in my top ten favorites! I've also bought and then lent out at least 3 copies (all used, luckily) because the people I loan them to fall in love with it as well! I seriously recommend that book to everyone. It's so unknown but I honestly think it's one of the best books out there!
maggierumpca

Every single person I give it to ends up buying their own copy and giving it to other people. My one copy has been handed around to so many people I couldn’t even give you a real number. I just continually insist it is one of the best books I have ever read until I get everyone I’ve ever met to read it.