Today we sit down with Debbie Persichetti to learn more about her and her reading habits.
How long have you been a reader?
I’ve always loved to read, but picked it up again June 2019 consistently.
What was the very first book you remember reading?
Dumbo (My mom enrolled me in a Disney book of the month club when I was a child).
What book had the biggest impact on your life?
Multiple Intelligences by Howard Gardner, as a teacher I read this early on in my career and loved it! It explained a lot to me about how children and adults learn in various ways.
Your favourite book?
Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day by Judith Viorst.
What is your favourite genre?
Your go to reading snack?
Coffee with one of my favorite flavored creamers (Caramel, French Vanilla or Amaretto).
Favourite place to read?
One book you want turned into a movie?
Torn by Carian Cole.
One book you want a sequel for?
Verity by Colleen Hoover.
Do you own any book themed items (jewellery, prints, quilts etc)?
How many books do you own?
Including ones for student use, over 300.
Do you prefer paperback or eBooks?
eBooks for my reading, paperback for work.
Do you let people borrow your books?
Favourite place to buy books?
Ever called in sick to work so you could stay home and finish a book?
Oldest book you own?
How many books on your TBR (to be read) pile?
Do you have a book character crush?
Do you re-read your books?
If you could only have three books to read for the rest of your life, what would they be?
Torn by Carian Cole, Touch & Go: A Dare to Love Novel by Mira Lyn Kelly, and Revive by Nina Levine.