I've been memed by Heather, and I haven't been memed at all in a while, so even though I can't actually think of any of the right-for-me answers to the questions below, I'm going to try to answer them anyway.
1. One book that changed your life.
My Name is Asher Lev by Chaim Potok. I read it my senior year in high school, along with my first Dostoevsky and my first Fitzgerald. All three books rocked my inner, conservative-in-a-box, Evangelical world a little bit. But Asher opened up the world and ideas of art to me in a way I hadn't been able to access before, in spite of having grown up in a pretty creative and artistic family.
2. One book that you have read more than once.
All of the Chronicles of Narnia. Which isn't just one book. But . . . it could be. A really long one.
3. One book you would want on a desert island.
Blue Like Jazz by Donald Miller. Though I don't know why, because it's so relational, and if I were on a desert island (unless I crashed there with a plane full of other people and we all survived), I doubt I'd be being very relational.
4. Two books that made you laugh.
The Lyre of Orpheus by Robertson Davies. (Not an all-time favourite, but I did laugh.)
How to Be Good by Nick Hornby. It was also poignant, but that guy manages to do poignancy with hilarity.
5. One book that made you cry.
The High King by Lloyd Alexander.
6. One book you wish you'd written.
The Man Who Was Thursday by G.K. Chesterton.
7. One book you wish had never been written.
Any of the ones I never finished reading. And maybe the one I'm currently writing.
8. Two books you are currently reading.
On Writing by Stephen King, and From Pentecost to Patmos by Dr. Craig Blomberg
9. One book you've been meaning to read.
Tiger Rising by Kate diCamillo. I found it in the children's section of a bookstore in London once, and then forgot what it was called and who wrote it. Then, just last month, thanks to Chris, I heard about it again on a podcast and knew that was the book I had been blindly searching for all these years . . .
10. Five people that I tag:
Cubical Reverend ('cause he keeps SuperPoking me on Facebook)
A Musing Mom
and Barry Pike