I found this one at SMS Book Reviews.
20 Years Ago: (age 8)
I'm not sure what I was reading at age 8. I know I was reading chapter books by that age, probably along the lines of Charlotte's Web and definitely Ramona Quimby, Age 8. I also loved Pippi Longstocking.
10 Years Ago: (age 18)
This was just my last year of high school and the beginning of college. I read a lot that summer because I was ill with mono. Probably books by Stephen King and Dean Koontz. Lots of light fiction.
5 Years Ago: (age 23)
I was in the middle of writing my master's thesis, so I read a lot of non-fiction and current events books. In my spare time, I discovered Graham Greene and Janet Evanovich, and read more of Barbara Kingsolver.
3 Years ago: (age 25)
I started keeping track of the books I read in this year. Highlights include Agatha Christie mysteries, The Kite Runner, and novels by Australian authors Nick Earls and Tim Winton.
Last Year: (age 27)
I started the year strong on non-fiction with books about Frida Kahlo and Winterdance by Gary Paulsen (the latter was read on the plane to our honeymoon destination in Banff, Alberta, Canada. I revisited L.M. Montgomery's Anne of Avonlea series, and read quite a few award winners and shortlisted books.
This Month: (age 28)
This month I'm taking a break from pregnancy/breastfeeding/parenting books with The Hours, The Namesake, Human Cargo, and A Woman in Jerusalem.
3 Favorite Reading Locations:
My bed, the couch, our patio in the morning or evening.
3 Reading habits:
Reading every night before I fall asleep
Sometimes reading to put myself to sleep
Telling the nearest person about the interesting parts of a book as I read them. My husband *loves* me for this one!
3 Things that distract me:
The standards of pregnancy: an irrepressible bladder, fatigue, hunger.
3 Characters I’d love to be:
In another 40 years or so, I would love to be Agatha Christie's Miss Marple.
3 Characters I despise:
Cathy/Kate from East of Eden
3 Favorite Book Beverages:
3 Favorite bookmarks:
I always pick up those free bookmarks found at bookstores, since I tend to lose bookmarks all the time. I have also been using the home-made bookmark that Bookfool at Bookfoolery and Babble sent me for being a runner up in the Chunkster Challenge drawing.
3 Dead Writers I’d love to meet:
3 Alive Writers I’d love to meet: