21. Name two books we wouldn't have expected you to enjoy. The Asterix and Obelix series by Rene Goscinny and Albert Underzo. Definately something that Miss Darcy wouldn't read, but I like them.
22. Name three books that have good movies to go with them. Emma, P&P, Robin Hood (I know this is silly, but I like the Disney version, you know, the one where Prince John is a tiger!)
23. Any books coming out soon that you're looking forward to? Not really
24. Name two authors you'd like to talk to. Rachel Heffington (Sorry, Rachel, I really wasn't going to mention you in this post for fear of getting your head turned) and I don't know. Most of the authors that I like are dead.
25. Science fiction or a fairy tale? Fairy tale.
26. A classic book you haven't read is...? The Scarlet Pimpernel, although I want to and I hope to do it soon.
27. Shakespeare or George Bernard Shaw (who wrote Pygmalion)? Shakespeare
28. Name a movie (or two) where it's actually better than the book. The Sound of Music is a lot more interesting than The Von Trapp Family Singers, the book that inspired it.
29. Where is your favorite place to read? On a cosy couch or chair, eating chocolate.
30. What are your favorite quotes from books? Oh, I don't know. I normally randomly pick quotes to puzzle my family with on the spur of the moment.
31. What book would you most like to see made into a movie? The Horse and His Boy by C. S. Lewis
32. What book character do you identify the most with? Georgiana Darcy, Elizabeth Bennet, and Marianne Dashwood.
Oh, and I think that today is Jane Austen day at Austenitis.