First off I would like to thank Regina over at bookishinbed for the tag! This is my 5th time getting this award and it s truly amazing. I would have never though I would be nominated for these awards when I first started my blog and here we are. You guys are all amazing, thanks for continuing to support me!
For this nomination there are 4 rules to follow:
1.) Thank the blogger(s) who nominated you for the blog post and link back to their blog.
2.) Answer the 11 questions that the blogger asked you.
3.) Nominate 11 new blogs to receive the award and write them 11 questions.
4.) List the rules and display the Sunshine Blogger Award logo in your post and/or blog.
Previous Sunshine Blogger Award Posts
- THE SUNSHINE BLOGGER AWARD
- TAG | The Sunshine Blogger Award Vol. 2
- TAG | Sunshine Blogger Award Vol. 3
- TAG | The Sunshine Blogger Award Vol. 4
1.) Why did you start your blog?
I started my blog because I wanted a place I could have to discuss the things that I loved. While it is mostly books, you may have seen a few of my others posts about DIYs, cooking, and hobbies. While I write mostly about books and such I like to spread into other things I enjoy as well. You never know what you will have in common with someone unless you share it.
2.) What is some advice you have for other bloggers?
Just write about what makes you happy. Everything else will fall into place as long as you remember that this is meant to be fun and enjoyable.
3.) What fictional place would you travel to if you could?
If I could travel to a fictional place it would be Bag End or Hobbiton. I love the Hobbit and I always wanted to see what the little town and home would be like if I was truly there.
4.) What author do you wish you could be friends with?
I would love to be friends with Louisa May Alcott, I think she would be supportive, but would put you in your place if needed.
5.) Whose your favorite author that you’ve met?
I honestly have not met any authors at book signing or anything. I am hoping to change that in the future.
6.) What author would you trust to write your biography?
Gah, I have no idea. I think I would go with Stacy Schiff, she did a great job writing The Witches so I think she would do a great job.
7.) What is your favorite book to movie adaptation?
Harry Potter of course, but if I had to name a different one it would be The Shining by Stephen King. I love the 6 hour edition, yes there is a 6 hour edition.
8.) Which book to movie adaptation do you wish never happened?
I honestly cannot answer this. When I go to see a movie adaptation I go into it seeing it as something completely different. There is no way to make a perfect adaptation.
9.) What book do you wish would be turned into a movie?
I think I would love to see Jackaby by William Ritter make into a movie. It has adventure, lovable characters, and mystery. It is my second favorite series, only beaten by Harry Potter.
10.) What book do you wish had a cookbook for it?
I think I would love it if there was a cookbook based off of a biography. That way I can try all the foods that person loved. I mean if I am reading a book about them I would be interested in them so why not have a meal like them at least one time?
11.) What is your most anticipated release of 2018?
I think my most anticipated release for this year was The Hazel Wood, I did a full review which you can find here: Review | The Hazel Wood by Melissa Albert. I was looking forward to this the moment I saw the description and it did not disappoint. If I had to pick one that is not yet released it would be Toil & Trouble: 15 Tales of Women & Witchcraft by Tess Sharpe or The Honey Farm by Harriet Alida Lye.