Submit Your Questions for Reader Request Week!

After an unsuccessful attempt in previous years I thought that now I actually have a decent following that I might do a reader request week.  Basically, I’m leaving the forum open to you guys.  This week you can ask me anything you’ve ever wanted to know about my blogging, books, reading and personal stuff (to a point) and I’ll answer it in a post either next week or the week after that.  If it’s a long question I might take a whole post to answer it or if there are similar questions I’ll do one post addressing that particular grouping.

Do you have something you’d like to ask me?  Comment below!  And if you don’t feel comfortable leaving a comment out here in the open, use the form on my Contact page to drop me a note.  I’ll try to answer as many questions as I can.


  1. "The Light-Bearer Series" Novelist, Emily Guido

    That was a great question but my question is kind of weird. I just want to know as a reviewer, like to actually just read to read. I write, yes… but I review books or beta read for other struggling authors. But sometimes, I just like to download a book and just fall into it and not think about reviewing or beta reading or anything else. I guess that keeps me sane and I escape! I’m a big fan of yours! Great blog! Lots of love, Emily

  2. Megan.S

    Hey Carrie, my question to you is how you are able to not only read and review as many books as you do, but how you obtain all your books and ebooks. Do you have a partnership with someone? Do you get free copies from the authors? Also, how do you find the time? Do you have another job that may get in the way?

    I have a full-time job and find it hard to accomplish all that I want with my blog, and seeing yours so successful has had me reevaluate my time and break down everything to reach my goals. Thanks for the inspiration and support you’ve provided me in the past 🙂

  3. marcuslee2401

    What a great idea! I may have to hijack this for The Masquerade Crew. Now I just need a question for you.

    Ooh, how about this: what’s your all-time favorite book and why?

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