Tell me about it

I would probably write about my trip to Denmark on Saturday because I am super excited and we found tickets for $900 for my family of 5.  All I know so far is that we will be going to a soccer game, we’ll go to Sweden for a day and on the way there we have to drive to California and then we fly to London I think and then fly the rest of the way to Denmark.  The only down side is that I’ll miss seven days of school and will have to catch up when I get home.  One of the good things though is that next week there are only two days of school so I won’t miss two whole weeks of school.

What I am reading

I am currently reading “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire” and I so far like it.  It is the 4th book in the Harry Potter series and is really long and I chose to read it because I had stopped reading it last year because I wasn’t going to finish it in time for my book report so I started a different series and decided this year that I wanted to actually read it.  I’m only at page 100 but I don’t like how slow it’s starting.  It’s about a 14 year old boy and he is a wizard and they a having a sort of magical tournament at his school and he get put into it by someone else.  Readers who like action and fantasy would like it.  I would definitely recommend it to those who have read the first three books, because if you haven’t then it can get pretty confusing.

Who am I as a reader

I am a reader who when I get into a book I just read for hours straight without realizing it.  I read the Percy Jackson series over a week and 1/2 because I liked it so much.  I have found that if I try to read books with a slower story line or more confusing writing I don’t get into the book as well or at all and I quit reading for a while because I stopped reading a book and I never found another one.  If I can find a series that I like I change books when I finish a book without searching for a new book and just start the next book in a series.