- Adult Ficton - This Man, by: Jodi Ellen Malpas
- Dystopian - The Program, by: Suzanne Young
- Horror - Anna Dressed in Blood, by: Kendare Blake
- Realistic Fiction - 4 to 16 characters, by: Kelly Hourihan
- New Adult - Beautiful Disaster, by: Jamie McGuire
- Fantasy - Sentinel, by: Jennifer L. Armentrout
- Thirller - Full Exposure, by: Tracy Wolf
- Middle Grade & Children's - House of Hades, by: Rick Riordan
- YA Overall - Fangirl, by: Rainbow Rowell
- Humor - Wallbanger, by: Alice Clayton
- Science Fiction - Extras, by: Scott Westerfeld
- Contemporary - Roomies, by: Tara Altebrando & Sara Zarr
Romantic - Eleanor & Park relationship was the best one, from the book of the same name by Rainbow Rowell. It was so sweet and young. *le cries*
Friendship - From the series Grey Wolves, by Quinn Loftis, I choose the wonderful trio of Jacque, Jen and Sally. Those three would rather die than separete from themselves. Plus, they get in so many problems that sometimes have the three of them in the same room can be a risk, but worth it.
Mother & Daughter - The main charcter of the Akasha series (by Terra Harmony), Kaitlyn, show us in the last book, Earth, how far a mother can go to save the world for her daughter. Even stay away from her.
Boy & Dog - The perfect example would be Manchee and Todd, from The Knife of Never Letting Go by Patrick Ness. Those two are basically inseparable, until well...
19. Favorite Book You Read in 2013 From An Author You’ve Read Previously
Well, I could mention some. First, The Betrayal of Natalie Hargrove, by Lauren Kate, I read it after I read her series Fallen, but I didn't like it that much. Second, the awesome author Lauren Oliver. I read first her book Before I Fall, then I continue with the Delirium series this year and no much long ago I read an ARC of Panic. And last, but nor least, John Green. Last year, I read two books and this year I read all the others.
20. Best Book You Read In 2013 That You Read Based SOLELY On A Recommendation From Somebody Else
I'm sad to say that I have not read such a book. I don't get recommendations to often, mostly I surf GoodReads and make my TBR list based in other people favorites lists.
21. Genre You Read The Most From in 2013?
Its very tied between Dystopian YA, Fantasy YA and Contemporary YA.
22. Newest Fictional Crush From a Book You Read in 2013?
Travis Maddox from Beautiful Disaster, by Jamie McGuirre.
23. Best 2013 Debut You Read?
I don't know if Rainbow Rowell books fits here, but they are definitely my favorites and she is not that old, as in publishing books. Attachments, Eleanor & Park and Fangirl are such perfect books.
24. Most Vivid World/Imagery in a Book You Read in 2013?
Rick Riordan books always transport me to those places, so I choose House of Hades.
25. Book That Was the Most Fun to Read in 2013?
Do you mean the book Wallbanger, by Alice Clayton? That book was pure humor and fun.
26. Book That Made You Cry or Nearly Cry in 2013?
I think that the answer is simply this book... Allegiant, by Veronica Roth.
27. Book You Read in 2013 That You Think Got Overlooked This Year or When It Came Out?
Somebody Up There Hates You, by Hollis Seamon.
None. I always try to get into the book and if I don't, I never going to pick them up again.
2. Book You Are Most Anticipating For 2014 (non-debut)?
The last book of Shatter Me series, Ignite Me, by Tahereh Mafi.
3. 2014 debut you are most anticipating?
Landline, by Rainbow Rowell.
4. Series Ending You Are Most Anticipating in 2014?
City of Heavenly Fire (The Mortal Instruments #6), by Cassandra Clare.
5. One Thing You Hope to Acomplish or do in Your Reading in 2014?
Read 200, and hoped for 300 books. Pretty crazy, right?