Wheel of Time, as far as the books go. Excellent series. Anything
as well, his books are amazing. I'm big into fantasy
books, have read some science fiction (I definitely separate the
two). Anne Bishop and her Black Jewels
books. Read Good Omens
recently and definitely enjoyed it. I've fallen in love with GRRM's
series and honestly I'm dying to talk to a reader who'll talk
theories with me and not just yell "SPOILERS!!" at me every time I
open my mouth. David Weber is a good author as well. I read. A lot.
You don't have to read (though it's super awesome if you do), but
you need to at least understand how important reading is to me.
When a book I've been waiting for finally comes out, I'm not going
to be talking to you that Tuesday. I will have that day off from
work and I will read from the moment the book store opens until I
finish that book (I finished A Memory of Light in one sitting, I
regret nothing). And I won't apologize for it.
Shawshank Redemption is probably my favorite movie, that's one of
those questions where it's hard to nail down an answer. I like most
kinds of movies as long as they're not stupid.
I enjoy cop shows, like Castle, NCIS, I enjoyed Psych while it was
on. I am one of the rare people that do not like Game of Thrones.
The book series is excellent, and while the show is amazingly done
and the actors are awesome, I watched the first few seasons too
close to having read the corresponding book, and the nerd in me
went, "NOPE! NOT OKAY!"
I hate talking about music with people. I don't equate my likes and
dislikes with what's "good" and "bad". I studied music for 11
years, and became quite good at playing an instrument. I have tons
of respect for anyone who can compose anything, whether I enjoy
what they create or find it distasteful. And I'm tired of listening
to people tell me that I don't know good music while they orgasm
over some band that does nothing but bounce between the I and the V
chord (though I suppose at least always cadence on the I).
Not sure I have a favorite food. I like to cook, and I'm willing to
try most foods once (sometimes it helps not to know what's in them
before I try them--learned this in Amarillo when a friend had me
try calf fries).