What are your favorite books, and why?
I read just about anything. I edit for many authors, which helps me become better myself. If there is a sexual component, I don't particularly like the YA level. I prefer the details. I have been told I write as if you are there and perhaps that is what I also look for, to be drawn in to the moment and the story itself.
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What is your e-reading device of choice?
I prefer a Kindle paper white. I like reading outside and there is no glare. I can save and come back to it. I can also read paperback just as easily, but I enjoy the ease of being about to read multiple books in a row. Plus I can chose from a list.
I review so I have them pre-planned normally and you can follow that on Goodreads. I need to get back to it. Again, it is something that helps me become a better writer. It helps other authors too. All of my reviews are 3 or higher or I cannot post them out of professional courtesy.