First things first: I REACHED 1.000 FOLLOWERS AND I AM SO RIDICULOUSLY GRATEFUL. You know me, so watch out for a huge giveaway – I’m still figuring it all out but there will be one, just saying. If you want to maybe win a book…
Anyway. The lovely and sweet and amazing Andie @ Andrea’s Nirvana tagged me for this award halfway through March – I am the worst at these tags and awards. Apparently she thinks I have an entertaining blog! Why, thank you, girl!
Thank the person who nominated you and add a link to their blog.
Add the rules so others can follow.
Answer the questions that have been asked.
Nominate a handful of entertaining bloggers.
Display the photo also in your blog.
What genre did you read most before starting your blog?
Fantasy and romance were my main genres back then. Now it’s a combination of fantasy, contemporary and the occasional romance / chick lit.
What genre did fellow bloggers influence your opinion on?
Contemporary, without a doubt! It’s a genre I heard of, knew of but… wasn’t necessarily interested in? That was until I found out how many diversity authors are incorporating in their YA Contemporaries nowadays though. I sold my soul for those by now.
Fave book format?
Hardcovers! They just look so pretty, okay?
Plants without flowers or plants that have flowers?
I hate plants. And flowers. Sue me. It’s just not me. The fact that they all die around me might have something to do with that as well but I simply don’t like them at all. No plants, no flowers. Thank you!
Some tropes you love seeing in books?
There aren’t any tropes I have real issues with – except the overdone and in-your-face kind of insta-love. [Not every insta-love, but literally the ones where they meet and HEY I LOVE YOU. No. Just no.]
A trope I absolutely love.. Sorry, but.. Falling for the bad boy. I have a thing for bad boys. Or simply guys who look like bad boys but are actually sweethearts. [Hi, boyfriend.]
A book character you relate to a lot?
Ha! Oh boy. Uhm. Alosa from Daughter of the Pirate King / Siren Queen, I guess. She has the sass, the attitude, the sarcasm. Not to mention she’s anything but afraid to take care of her own business and that pretty much equals me? If only she could be bisexual as well that would be perfect. So, so perfect.
On that account, I’m hoping to relate to Leah in Leah on the Offbeat even more but time will tell! I simply have to get my hands on a copy so I can find out…
Since this is a small amount of questions, I’m tagging everybody who’s reading this! Just make sure to link back to my post so I can check out your answers – and also so I can maybe discover some more blogs, you know?!
How was your weekend? Did you read a lot? Did anything special? Bought new books?! Tell me all about it!