Happy April! I hope that everyone has had a lovely weekend. I am here again for another set of answers to my All About Books Questions – and it’s another Jenni answering the questions. How lovely is that – though I do feel like I am talking to myself as I type to Jenni!

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I am going to hand you straight over to Jenni and let her introduce herself…

My name is Jenni and I run a gluten free Instagram page called glutenandme. I post reviews on products and places, new finds as well as meal ideas. I enjoy reading in my spare time, as well as horse riding and helping on the family farm.

Which book(s) are you currently reading?
A Face Like Glass by Frances Hardinge

What was the last book you read? And what did you think of it?
Faceless by Alyssa Sheinmel. It was the second time I have read this time book and I find it so gripping with an amazing message behind it all. It definitely reminds you to appreciate the small things in life as you never know when they may disappear.

What book is next on your “to be read” list?
Fifty Bales of Hay by Roger Evans – my grandad gave me this book to read as he really enjoyed it. My mum has also read it and liked it so I’m looking forward to give it a go. Something a little different!!

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What is your favourite genre to read?
I like young adult. I don’t particularly have a specific genre I read!

What genre do you tend to avoid?
I’m not a massive fan of fantasy but do read it sometimes – I can like most types of books if I like the way it is written!

I know this one is a tricky one, but what is your favourite book or series of books?
Mrs Peregrine’s Peculiar Children and the Hollow City and Library of Souls (the trilogy of Mrs Peregrine) are definitely a favourite!

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Who is your favourite author? Or authors if you simply can’t choose one (It is a bit of a mean question)
I really like Frances Hardinge’s books, I have read The Lie Tree as well as A Face Like Glass (which I am reading currently) and I know I have another book on the way for my birthday! I just love the way the books are written.

What is your favourite book from your childhood?
The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett. I have recently re-read it and still love it!

Thank you so much Jenni, for answering my questions! I have The Lie Tree on my TBR list, it’s the most gorgeous looking book and now I can’t wait to read it. I loved The Secret Garden as a child, I will have to reread it as I am sure I would love it just as much now.

You can find Jenni over on her Instagram page glutenandme.

If you would like to take part in my All About Books feature then please send me an email: jenni@oddsocksandlollipops.co.uk and I will send over the questions and information to you. If you want to check out other weeks of my All About Books feature you can do that here.