1. Do you prefer: Fiction or non-fiction?
That's a hard one. I probably have as many nonfiction books as fiction ones. I think I prefer fiction because it's usually written in a more lively manner.
2. Do you prefer: Magazines or books?
Books. I don't like most magazines and I'm down one: it looks like the Borders at Akers Mill doesn't carry Best of British anymore. [Later today: No, they haven't. I must have missed the March issue while I was in the hospital.]
3. Do you prefer: Biography or autobiography?
Biography most of the time. Most people don't talk about themselves well. However, my favorite biography of all time is an autobiography, Rosalind Russell's Life is a Banquet.
4. Name your two favorite books:
I don't have two favorite books; I have lots of favorite books! How does one expect me to pick two????
5. Name two books you haven't read, but plan to:
Paris 1919, which I have from the library, and A Wind to Shake the World, Everett Allen's book about the Hurricane of '38, which I ordered recently.