Good morning mates!
This was a different and interesting tag to try out, so I appreciate the shout-out and nomination. I hope you all enjoy!
- Put award logo/image on the blog post.
- Make sure to list all of the rules.
- Thank whomever nominated you & link them.
- Please mention the creator of the tag & link them.
- Tell your readers 3 things about yourself.
- If you can, nominate 10-20 people to do the tag.
- Notify the nominees by posting a comment on their blogs.
- Ask your nominees any 5 questions of your choice, with one of the questions being weird or funny (make sure to specify which it is).
- Share a link to your best blog posts.
3 Things About Me!
- I am OBSESSED with xenomorphs!! I think they are the ugliest, creepiest, cutest little monsters ever!!! ♥♥♥
- I love writing smutty fan-fiction for the manga series Skip Beat! with a couple of my cousins.
- I’m a slow reader (and dyslexic), so it takes me a long time to finish even a small book, which had always bothered me. One day I realised (thanks to my brother) that it isn’t a bad thing to read slowly, and it doesn’t make me an inferior reader or any less intelligent. Now, I embrace it proudly.
Questions from Tavleen!
- If you could kill one fictional character, who would it be? ~ Theon Greyjoy from the A Song of Ice and Fire saga by George R.R. Martin. In the most vicious way possible.
- What is an unpopular bookish opinion of yours? ~ Sara Maas is a very problematic author and I find her books to be demeaning to women in many ways.
- Which song if your current favourite? ~ My current obsession is the “Final Fantasy XV Theme Song.” I love the piano elements, it reminds me of my late brother who was an extremely talented pianist.
- How many books do you want to read in 2017? ~ 200 total (100 manga volumes, 75 novels, 25 trade paperback comics).
- If you have to live in a house made from books, which books will you choose to make your roof? (Weird question). ~ I would build a roof out of the entire Dune saga written by Frank Herbert, Brian Herbert, & Kevin J. Anderson. It sheltered me during a dark time in my life, and I always return to it when I’m in need of more sheltering.