An interesting question.
Do you remember learning to read? What’s your earliest reading memory?
I think i've answered it before though! so i'm going to list a few other reading memories.
I have 3 younger brothers. One is two years younger, one four, and the last one is 12 years younger. I remember helping the younger two learn to read; i would listen to them read from their little early reader books and then one of my parents would sign off that the boys had done their homework. I hope i wasn't too hard or too easy on them!
I remember reading some of my mom's romance novels, probably when i was in middle school. I liked the historical ones, especially ones with pirates, but didn't find the modern ones at all interesting.
I remember taking the ACT my junior year and being bored bored bored as i would finish up a section and then have to wait and wait until the time ran out for everyone else. I was used to being able to read after i finished things in my high school classes.
I remember my first boyfriend flipping through the dictionary giving me words to define and shocking him that i knew the ones he though were obscure. Hooray for large vocabularies!
I remember being surprised and smiley that B wanted to read one of the books i owned. I've never had a boyfriend who read!
Changing to zombies now, I read The Walking Dead, Volume 6: This Sorrowful Life today at work. I just found my library had this series; the last time i'd checked they didn't. I gotta give this one a 5. sorry, it's too the point that you really can't say much without giving spoilers for the previous books. Read 'em!