for always giving me a heads up on Twitter when she puts the new tag up.
1. WHAT IS A BOOK COVER THAT REMINDS YOU OF THANKSGIVING?
Because the guitars always come out at some point in the day, whether it is at my house or a friend's. Plus, people are always talking about their guitar Christmas wishlist at the table!
2. TWO AUTHORS YOU ARE THANKFUL FOR.
Madeline L'Engle for sparking my deep love of Science Fiction in third grade (eight years old).
J.K. Rowling for creating a series that was the foundation of a major bonding experience for our family.
3. A BOOK YOU LIKED BUT WOULDN'T READ TWICE.
4. WHICH FIVE FICTIONAL CHARACTERS WOULD YOU LIKE TO INVITE TO THANKSGIVING DINNER?
5. WHAT IS A BOOK THAT IS STUFFED WITH ACTION.
Native American faerie action! Yeah, think about that. File this under ultra-unique.
6. IF YOU COULD MAKE ANY FOOD ITEM FROM A BOOK, AND SERVE IT FOR THANKSGIVING, WHAT WOULD IT BE?
Applesauce is one of the foods served in A CHRISTMAS CAROL for holidays feasts. I make a rustic brown applesauce that my uncle's wife, who was Welsh, always made for Sunday dinners. It is chunky, very sweet, and has a lot of cinnamon in it. My son hates it, and because it takes some work to make, I only make it for Thanksgiving now.
7. ONE FALL-ISH BOOK OTHERS SHOULD READ FOR THANKSGIVING.
I think because it is about family love, trust, and loyalty it is a wonderful Thanksgiving read. Plus, it is about sisters, and I am always very thankful for my little sister!
8. Two books you are thankful for.
These were the two books that started my reading passion.
9. WHICH TWO BOOKS MASHED TOGETHER WOULD YOU LIKE TO READ?
10. IN GENERAL WHAT ARE YOU THANKFUL FOR THIS YEAR?
My son was seriously ill from 16 to 21. Last year and this year he has been doing really well, and getting better every day, so that is something to be extremely thankful for.
Katherine from I WISH I LIVED IN A LIBRARY also felt bookishly thankful, and you can find her tag post, HERE.