I was (unofficially 😉 ) nominated for this award by Nandini, who has a wonderful, insightful blog at Unputdownable Books (welcome back!!) so let’s get into it!
Here are the rules of the game:
- Share the link of the blogger who has shown love to you by nominating you
- Answer the questions
- In the spirit of sharing love and solidarity with our blogging family, nominate 8-13 people for the same award
- Ask them 3 questions
1) What is your reading routine like? Do you read at a particular time in a particular place or do you squeeze in a few pages whenever you can and carry your books everywhere with you?
I used to have a long commute to school so I’d read on the bus (which I’ll still do if I’m ever on a long trip). But right now it’s mostly a few pages before bed – it doesn’t always work out cuz I’m usually too tired!
2) Which book has been on your TBR the longest? Do you still plan to read it or is it time to bid adieu?
I actually just went through my Goodreads TBR and trimmed it down but the oldest one is still there (though I think there are probably ones that have been on my ‘imaginary’ TBR longer but I can’t think of them). I’ve had The Book Thief on my list since 2009 (when I first created my Goodreads account!) and I’d really like to read it but I’ve never gotten around to it! I’ll probably try this summer when I’ve got some time off from school.
3) What is your most cherished bookish moment of 2017?
This is a tough one! 2017 was my first full year of blogging so a lot happened and I don’t know if I can pick just one! I met a bunch of other bloggers and hosted author chats on Twitter so met even more people through those. One kind of bookish moment is that my all-time fave, Sara Bareilles, liked one of my Instagram photos!!!! I know that’s not really book-related but it is my blog’s Instagram account so it totally counts!
Thank you again to Nandini for these great questions, and now on to the next round! Here’s who I’m nominating for this award:
And here are your questions:
- What’s one goal you have for your blog in 2018?
- Do you tend to read based on the seasons, like certain genres for winter or summer? If not, what are your go-to genres that are guaranteed hits for you?
- What’s your favourite book title (whether or not you liked/read the book)?