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08 October 2008 @ 06:17 pm
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White Ribbonsophierochelle on October 9th, 2008 08:51 pm (UTC)
Name/Age/Location: Sophie / 21 / UK
Top 5 favourite books: The Undomestic Goddess, Pride and Prejudice, The Secret Dreamworld of a Shopaholic, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nightime, *hangs head in shame* (it really is just too addictive) Twilight
Would you be able to read a book a month? Yes.
Genres you enjoy reading: Romance
Genres you would be interested in learning about: Classics. Apart from reading the ones I had to at school I have seriously lacked reading other ones.
Genres you know you would never enjoy: I have yet to find one
Are you easily able to find books where you live or do you have difficulty finding books: It depends on the book. Usually I have to get them offline ):
Sadly I don't have the bliss of having a Borders where I live.
Would you be able to lead/enjoy leading a discussion for a book: To be honest. Probably not. I am not that kind of person to take the lead in something. I am too shy lmao. I don't mind discussing once a discussion has started.
What book would you recommend members of the book club read: To Kill A Mockingbird, but let's face it, who has not read it!!
Anything else?
Nope, just the fact that I think this is a genius idea (:
Anna bo Banna: [tv]gossipgirl - serena & danfurry_logic on October 9th, 2008 09:59 pm (UTC)
Sophie you have no boarder? =( I am so sad for you. Until this time last year I had to travel an hour to the closest boarders and missed out on all the magic.
I totally want to read The Undomestic Goddess because you suggested it on my lj and it sounded cool then and still does now. So it's going on my virtual 'to read' list!

I totally read some of To Kill A Mockingbird in year 10 but I couldn't get into it (I think I had other more teenage things on my mind) but it's one I need to give a second go to!
White Ribbon: [tv] - GG - Blair & Serenasophierochelle on October 10th, 2008 09:58 am (UTC)
No ):
The nearest one to me is Oxford Street in London, but it's okay because my sister goes there alot sometimes for me so ... I deal. lol. I miss going there myself though. I spend way too long in there and usually buy way too much too lmao

LMAO. That's when I read it. I didn't seriously enjoy it when I first read it but then I read it nearer my GCSE exam in Year 11 and I strangely enjoyed it. lol. (don't think that it can beat the movie though lmao)