I did something similar to this several months ago, but that's ok. I'll do it again.
One Book That Changed Your Life:
The Bible. Isn't that cliche? How about this - specifically, The Sermon on the Mount (Matt 5-8, I think).
One Book You’ve Read More Than Once:
Bag of Bones, by Stephen King (I love that book). The Poisonwood Bible, by Barbara Kingsolver. White Oleander, by Janet Fitch. Those are the first ones that come to mind - I agree with Valerie, in the idea of familiar books bringing comfort.
One Book You’d Want On A Desert Island:
I'd rather be stranded with Brian than with a book. But if you're asking about a book, I'd prefer a Bible. Or Valerie's borrowed copy on Desert Island Survival.
One Book That Made You Laugh:
Traveling Mercies, by Ann Lamott, was hysterical. The part about the cupcakes and her dog made me laugh so hard that I was compelled to read it again, then read it aloud to Brian. Eating the Cheshire Cat is also superfunny.
One Book That Made You Cry:
Of Mice and Men, by John Steinbeck, made me cry IN CLASS when I was in high school. It's so good.
One Book You Wish Had Been Written:
I really can't think of a single book I'd like to read that doesn't exist. There are books about EVERY THING.
One Book You Wish Hadn’t Been Written:
I don't know about a book ... One Movie I Wish I Hadn't Seen was Trainspotting. But that wasn't the question. Hmm ... I'm not much of a fan of Christian romance. If we wiped out that genre, my quality of life would not change. So I'll go with that.
One Book That You’re Currently Reading:
On Becoming Babywise (I forget the author). Next in line is Raising Respectful Children in a Disrespectful World. Obviously, my mind is not on fiction right now ...
One Book You’ve Been Meaning to Read:
The Wicked series looks intriguing to me. I don't know why I don't just pick it up and read it, but (at this point) I haven't.
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