Here are the Questions:
1. The first book in your collection/The last book you bought.
I didn't have too many books growing up, I spent most of my time outside, and the books I did have I gave to my younger brothers, to the oldest books I have bought myself is a box set of Lord of the Rings by JRR Tolkien
I don't have it yet, but I just ordered Cinder by Marissa Meyer
2. A cheap book/An expensive book
The Cheapest book I own is Homer's Odyssey. I got it at a thrift store for I think $3.00
The most expensive book I have is an old college book. My Latin dictionary. I think it cost me around $40.00
3. A book with a male protagonist/A book with a female protagonist.
Male Protag. Harry Potter. The obvious choice.
Female protag. I'm gonna have to go with Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas
4. A book you read quickly/A book that took you long to read.
Making Faces by Amy Harmon I read that book in less than a day. It was just so good I couldn't put it down.
The book that took me the longest to read was The Book of Deacon by Joseph R. Lallo. It wasn't that it was a bad book, infact it was a great book it's just that the pacing was really slow so I kept putting it down and only read it when I was in the mood for more leisurely reading.
5. A pretty cover/An ugly cover.
So many choices for pretty covers. But my favorite is Crown of Midnight bu Sarah J. Maas
The only covers that I think are ugly are the ones from this series, and it's a series that I didn't even bother to finish. The Sookie Stackhouse series.
6. A national book/An international book.
The closest thing I have to an international book with an international book cover is Elei's Chronicals
For my National book I chose: Until You by Penelope Douglas
This one was pretty hard. I wasn't 100% sure on what kind of answer I was supposed to give.
7. A thin book/A thick book.
The thinnest book I own is English Grammar for Students of Latin: The Study Guide for Those Learning Latin by Norma Goldman (170 pages)
The thickest book I own is Clockwork Princess by Cassandra Clare (507 pages)
(Well I guess technically Lord of the Rings is the thickest book I own but I don't want to have repeats on this list)
8. A fiction book/A non-fiction book.
For my non-fiction book I am going with On Writing Well by William Zinsser
For my Fiction book I could go with any book.. but I am going to switch things up and go with a contemporary book. Leaving Paradise by Simone Elkeles.
9. A romantic book/An action book.
On keeping with the Contemporary books. For my Romantic book I chose, The Boy Who Sneaks in my Bedroom Window by Kirsty Moseley. Such a sweet story.
An action book I own and have read is Storm Front by Jim Butcher
10. A book that made you happy/One that made you sad.
Ruin by Rachel Van Dyken Is my answer for both. The first half of the book I was all smiles from how cute the characters were, but then the second half had me in tears. It's a great book though.