The Leibster award

Hi guys, so I was nominated by the lovely Bethsbookishcorner for the Leibster award, though I know I don’t deserve it, that’s just how nice of a person Beth is! I encourage you all to go over and check out her blog! Anyways, I just wanted to thank her for nominating me! šŸ˜˜

I nominate Becs bookshelf, So bookish blog, Turning pages, and The mind of a book nerd.

(Hopefully all the links work šŸ˜ I’m sort of new to this..)

Rules:

  1. Thank the blogger(s) who nominated you in a post.
  2. Answer 11 questions the blogger gives you in their post. Meaning if you are nominated, my questions…
  3. Nominate 11 blogs you think are deserving of this award and let them know you have nominated them.. In my case I only nominated four because I haven’t read too many blogs yet…
  4. Give them 11 questions of your own for them to answer.


Here are the questions that Beth has asked me:

  1. Hyped book or book series that you didn’t like? Hmmm… I loved The fault in our stars when I read it, and it was very hyped but now if I read it, I feel like I wouldn’t enjoy it half as much as I did, and why? I don’t know. I guess the only other one I could really say is The fifth wave, and though I did like it, it took me awhile to read and I didn’t look forward to reading it when I picked it up… But something just kept making me pick it up and finish it. I’m not sure that I’ll read The infinite sea though..
  2. Do you like listening to music whilst you read? Sometimes yes, but mostly I read in the quiet, or at least as close to quiet I can get at my house.. there’s always people talking or a tv on… So I definetly don’t find music a distraction.
  3. Favourite place to read? My favourite place to read? I guess I would say my bed or the couch… Sometimes I sit outside in the summer or fall but other than that I don’t think I really read anywhere else…
  4. Do you use your local library? Yes. I use my local library only every so often because as I’m sure most people relate, I like to have my own copy of the book and special editions as well. Though I do find many awesome books at my local library and should really start going there more.
  5. Are you a spine breaker or are you always careful? I guess you could say I’m both.. I mean, I don’t purposely try to break the spine but if it happens, it happens. I am still planning on reading the book so what’s the point in not reading it just to save the spine? 
  6. Favourite book to movie adaption? I guess I would have to say The fault in our stars or divergent… I thought this movies weren’t missing much from the book, and the actors all did an amazing job developing the characters. Oh! I almost forgot Harry Potter! That book to movie adaption was amazing, and watching the films first may have a big part in that but I think many people agree with me on this!
  7. All time favourite book? I have asked Beth this question before and I am going to reply with the exact same answer as she did. Could you have asked a harder question? I can’t just choose one book/book series, so instead I’ll just name but a few. Harry Potter and Twilight are definetly some, as is the Throne of glass series. I can’t forget the Mortal instruments series, though I have only just finished the first book, I am certain that this series will be at the top of my list!
  8. Do you read/write any fanfiction about your favourite characters? I like to read some fanfiction on bookstagram but other than that I don’t really read or write it too much…
  9. Which book character do you think your most like? Hmmmm…. Again, what a hard question. I want to say that I’m like all of the badass characters that kill demons or cast spells to defeat a Gillian or some other downworlder, but sadly I’m not. Though I can’t exactly say that I don’t know how to use any weapons or fight.. I can use a bow and arrow, throw knives, punch and kick properly (but very forcefully šŸ˜šŸ˜‚) and I occasionally practice charms… (If only I wasn’t a muggle) The truth is, I honestly don’t know what character I’m most like.
  10. Are you a fan of audio books? I wouldn’t know, I haven’t listened to any. Though when I get my licence, I may like them since I can pretty much read books in the car. 
  11. What’s the most you’ve spent on books in one go? I’m not exactly sure but I think about $80 or maybe $60 but I definetly don’t regret it!

My questions for you:

  1. What’s an average range of time that it takes you to read a book?
  2. Do you like to write? If so, what about, what genre?
  3. Do you like to draw character from books and movies?
  4. Have you ever watched a play of a book that you’ve read?
  5. Have you ever enjoyed the movie more than the book?
  6. Do you have any bookish merchandise?
  7. What’s the lowest rating that you’ve given a book?
  8. Have you ever participated in a book club or book group?
  9. Have you ever went to a book signing?
  10. What kind of blogs do you read?
  11. Do you have a favourite book series? If so, what is it?


      Thanks for reading šŸ˜˜

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