B is for Books: How many books would you say you own?
Jessica: Probably somewhere around 100 – I go to the library most of the time.
C is for Characters: What character, if they were real, would you be BFFs with?
Jessica: Alaska Young from Looking for Alaska, without a doubt!
Amber: Willow Dean from Dumplin’
D is for Dreamy: Who is one dreamy, swoon-worthy character that you couldn’t live without?
Jessica: JAMES STARK FROM THE HOUSE OF NIGHT SERIES *swoon eyes* He’s my book husband.
Amber: Kaidan Rowe from Sweet Evil series by Wendy Higgins
E is for E-readers? What are your feelings about E-readers?
Jessica: I hate reading digital books. I just can’t do it – I prefer a physical copy of a book in my hands.
Amber: Love them!
F is for Fandom: what bookish fandom makes you fangirl?
Jessica: Pretty much the Nerdfighters fandom – all of the John Green fans.
G is for Great Blogging Experiences: What is one of your greatest blogging experiences?
Jessica: Attending BookCon again this past year and meeting up with so many other blogger friends!
H is For Humor: What’s the last book you read that really made you laugh out loud?
Jessica: Me and Earl and the Dying Girl by Jesse Andrews.
Amber: Spelled by Betsy Schow
I is for Inspiration: What is your favorite inspirational bookish quote?
Jessica: “I go to seek a great perhaps,” from Looking for Alaska by John Green.
Amber: “Maybe growing up means disappointing the people we love.” ― Nicola Yoon, Everything, Everything
J is for Just Couldn’t Put Down: What was one book you’ve read that you just couldn’t put down?
Jessica: The Selection series! I picked up the first book and then blew through the last two because I just loved it so much.
Amber: The Wrath and the Dawn by Renee Ahdieh
K is for Kids Books: As a kid, what was your favorite book? Is it still?
Jessica: My favorite book as a kid was The Giving Tree – it’s still a book that’s very close to my heart.
Amber: The Giving Tree!
L is for Length: What is the longest book you have ever read?
Jessica: The Passage by Justin Cronin was about 700-800 pages.
Amber: Illumiane is was about 600 pages!
M is for Movie: What’s one book you’d love to see made into a movie?
Jessica: Looking for Alaska! (You’ll notice that I mention this book a lot since it’s my favorite.) I’m so psyched about the fact that it’s becoming a movie!
Amber: The Selection by Kiera Cass
N is for Number: How many books have your read in 2015 (so far)?
O is for OTP: Who’s your fave OTP?
Jessica: Gus and Hazel from TFiOS. I don’t think that’ll ever change.
Amber: There are too many to even try to answer this question!
P is for Perspective: Do you prefer books told from one perspective or multiple?
Jessica: One! I tend to get confused when there’s multiple narrators – when there’s more than two, I’m pretty much a goner. I get so distracted when I read and I don’t like having to figure out whose point of view I’m reading from!
Amber: It depends on my mood and then the story line
Q is for Quirky: What is one quirky reading habit that you possess?
Jessica: I always flip to the back of the book to see how many pages there are. Always.
Amber: I do the same thing! Then I sometimes get intimidated about how many pages there are.
R is for Re-Read: Do you re-read? Why or why not?
Jessica: Only my favorite books, and only after a significant amount of time has passed. Because when I buy books, that’s their purpose – to be enjoyed again and again and again.
Amber: Sometimes. It depends how far back I read the first book
S is for Series: What’s one series you thought you would love but didn’t?
Jessica: The Lying Game by Sara Shepard. I wasn’t crazy about it.
Amber: The Good Girls by Sara Shepard
T is for Title: What’s one title that you feel doesn’t fit the overall book?
Jessica: I’ll Meet You There by Heather Demetrios. I gave the book five stars, and I loved it, but I just didn’t get the title at all. It doesn’t really fit the book.
Amber: Not really. They’ve all made sense to me.
U is for Underrated: What is one book you feel is underrated?
Jessica: Me and Earl and the Dying Girl by Jesse Andrews! More people definitely need to read that.
Amber: There are a lot of books. Any self published one I’ve read!
V is for Vacation: if you could vacation anywhere in the world where would you go and what 1 book would you take on your journey?
Jessica: I’d go to Australia and I’d take Winter by Marissa Meyer with me, because it’s an 800 paged book and it would definitely keep me occupied!
Amber: I would go to Hawaii and bring the bind up of the Lux series to reread
W is for Wishlist: What is one book that has been on your wishlist since forever?
Jessica: Half-Blood by JLA. I’ve been meaning to get it.
Amber: Shiver by Maggie Stiefvater
X is for X Marks the Spot: Pick a random page in the book you are reading — what is the first full line on the page?
Jessica: “I gradually realized that much of what I had grown up believing was Texan was really Southern.” William Zinsser, On Writing Well
Amber: “There was a little patch of dirt just outside the door of Deedra’s building.” – After The Red Rain
Y is for Your Last Book Buy: What was the last book your bought?
Jessica: I bought seven books at The Strand after BookCon! But one of them was Tiger Lily by Jodi Lynn Anderson.
Amber: I don’t even remember…
Z is for Catching Zzzs: What is one book that you thought you were going to love, but turned out to be a real snooze-fest?
Jessica: Dawn of Hope. I don’t remember who the author is, but the synopsis sounded great but I just couldn’t finish the book.
Amber: Every Last Promise by Kristin Halbrook