I liked this one a lot. Some of the answers are just guesses.
A. Author You’ve Read The Most Books From: Agatha Christie, I think.
B. Best Sequel Ever: I don’t know if it’s the best ever, but Bring Up The Bodies was an even more enjoyable read than Wolf Hall.
C. Currently Reading: Betty Neels, Polly.
D. Drink of Choice While Reading: Lady Grey tea. Or actually the very expensive and delicious Fortnums version, Countess Grey.
E. E-Reader or Physical Books: Kindle. You will have to pry it out of my cold, dead hands.
F. Fictional Character You Would Have Dated In High School: Peter Wimsey. Though I’m not sure he would have approved of the term ‘dating’.
G. Glad You Gave This Book A Chance: Wolf Hall. I started it years ago, didn’t get far and gave up. Then I read it for the Big Fat Book challenge in March and absolutely loved it.
H. Hidden Gem Book: Again by Kathleen Gilles Seidel. I totally nicked this answer from F, but it’s true.
I. Important Moments of Your Reading Life: The moment I decided to stop reading Enduring Love and pick up a Mills and Boon instead. The moment my older cousin gave me a pile of books which included my first two Heyers. The moment I picked up Pride and Prejudice from a school friend’s pile of books and started reading because I was bored during a play rehearsal.
J. Just Finished: Jenny Trout’s The Bride.
K. Kinds of Books You Won’t Read: Horror. I read a Stephen King and a James Herbert when I was about 13 and the memory still scares me.
L. Longest Book You’ve Read: I’m going to guess Middlemarch.
M. Major Book Hangover Because Of: Outlander. And most of that series, to be honest. They’re an immersive experience for me. Although I have tired of them a bit and haven’t yet bought the latest one. I probably will at some point.
N. Number of Bookcases You Own:
Seven Forgot the one in the bathroom. Eight, but there are a lot of books in other places too. Over the door frame, in cupboards, on the floor… Plus a kindleful.
O. One Book That You Have Read Multiple Times: I used to be a huge re-reader before the kindle and the one-click buy. A book I’ve read enough to have got through three copies is Dorothy L. Sayers’ Busman’s Honeymoon.
P. Preferred Place to Read: Bed. Bath.
Q. Quote From A Book That Inspires You: “The term is over: the holidays have begun. The dream is ended: this is the morning.” From C.S.Lewis’s The Last Battle.
R. Reading Regret: I still regret reading that James Herbert book. Also I regret starting the Sylvia Day Bared to You series.
S. Series You Started and Need to Finish: I still have a handful of Amelia Peabody books that I’m looking forward to.
T. Three Of Your All-Time Favourite Books: Mansfield Park. Busman’s Honeymoon. Venetia.
U. Unapologetic Fangirl For: Antonia Forest. Although I am apologetic about recommending her because the books are virtually impossible to get hold of.
W. Worst Bookish Habit: Inability to put the light off until I’ve finished the book.
V. Very Excited For This Release More Than Any Other: I almost never pre-order books but I did pre-order the UK version of the last Harry Potter book because I was living in the US at the time and didn’t want a US edition. And I admit, I was quite excited to read it. But mostly I don’t count down the days until new releases – I don’t tend to keep track of what’s coming out when.
X. Marks The Spot (Start On Your Bookshelf And Count to the 27th Book): Hah! It’s Venetia.
Y. Your Latest Book Purchase: Betty Neels’ Stormy Springtime, following a great comment about it on Miss Bates’s blog.
Z. ZZZ-Snatcher (last book that kept you up WAY late): I was up VERY late on Friday reading Abigail Barnette’s The Boss series. At 4am I discovered that book 4 isn’t out yet and was cross about it. But it is probably a good thing, since it meant that I did get some sleep.