Fantastic Interview by Cherylynne Bago

Today I have in interview with the lovely Ginger, a 12 (and a half) year old who is in the sixth grade and has read over 300 books in the past two years.  As far as I’m concerned, this is our audience.  This is the reader we all dream of.  And so I wanted to know what she thought.

1. What is your favorite genre to read?  Why?

I love fantasy because it makes me feel like I can go anywhere and dream up anything without people telling me “no.”

2. Who are your top five favorite authors right now?

My favorites are Rick Riordan, Bree Despain, Jane Austen, William Shakespeare.

3. What is it that makes you decide to pick up a book? Is it the cover? The title? The description?

Well, it’s more like steps. If it has a cool cover and name I look at the description and then I read the book.

4. Can you tell in the first chapter whether or not you’re going to like the book?  What decides it for you?

Well, normally I’m very openminded about the first chapter because maybe you need to give it a chance and it will get better.

5. Is there anything that you often see in books that annoys you?

What annoys me is when by the fifth chapter it still has a slow pace or the chapters don’t make sense.

6. Are there any books that you absolutely refuse to read?

I absolutely refuse to read math books or political books. They drive me mad.

7. What kind of books do you think there is “room on the shelf” for?

I have no room on my bookshelves. I always try and find room somewhere. I love books and rarely ever turn them away.

If you want to know what else Ginger is reading, check out her blog at http://book-siren.blogspot.com/

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2 responses to “Fantastic Interview by Cherylynne Bago

  1. Lauren Call

    I like her. Math books drive me crazy, too. 🙂

  2. I agree. “Math” and “Books” should never go together. And she’s super cute. 🙂

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