Hi bookish friends, how are you? I hope you’re having a great week so far. I’ve been nominated by the lovely Ashley @ Socially Awkward Bookworm for the Book Fangirling Award. If you don’t know her, well, you’re definitely missing out! Ashley is one of the best people I’ve met, so go check out her blog right away!
Well, I’m not going to keep any secrets from you, when it comes to books, and especially ones I LOVE, I will fangirl about it ALL the time. Yes, I apologize. So here goes, let’s answer some questions, because that’s what we’re here for, right? 🙂
- Create a post to accept your award.
- Add the blog award button into your post and put it on the side of your blog as a widget. Visit fangirling for the award button.
- Answer the questions I have below.
- Nominate between 5-10 book bloggers who you think also deserve this award.
- Come up with your own 5 questions for your nominees.
And now, on to Ashley’s questions !
1. What book did everyone like and you hated?
I don’t know if everyone loved it, or not, but I have to say I had a hard time reading The DUFF, by Kody Keplinger. I wasn’t fond of the main character, to be honest, I couldn’t stand her so much, which made this reading this much harder.
2. Book/s that put you in a ridiculous reading slump.
It’s funny, I don’t think I had a really big reading slump for, I don’t know years! I guess I’m really lucky. So for this question, if you’ll excuse me, I’m just gonna go with, the book that put me in a state where I can’t stop thinking about the story, therefore where I can’t focus on another book. It’s not a young adult book, but I’m thinking of Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro, because, damn, that book just leaves you thinking, it’s crazy!
3. Name a book you wish more people knew about
Right now, I’m thinking about the Awaken series, by Katie Kacvinsky. I don’t think I’ve met a lot of people who have actually read this series, the whole three books, I mean. I admit it, I haven’t read the last book in the series because it’s only on ebook (but I’m going to very soon!!). Anyways, I think this is such a good book, with amazing strong characters and a interesting, chilling world-building. Because it seems so real.
4. Name a book/s you wish they’d turn into a movie.
I would have loved to see the Delirium series by Lauren Oliver as a movie. That would have been fantastic. The Mara Dyer series would make a chilling movie, too. In fact, it’d be so scary I’m not even sure I’d have the guts to go see it on the big screen, haha!
5. Favorite booktuber/s?
It’s funny, I actually don’t watch booktubers. At all. I don’t know if I’m the only one? I’ve been into the book blogging community for almost a year now, and I’ve only read reviews and followed bookish people on blogs, twitter and goodreads, mostly. Maybe I should start watching booktubers, too? I’ve been thinking about it, but I wouldn’t have time to read, then, at all, haha. If you have any suggestions, please, let me know!
For this award, I want to nominate the following extraordinary blogs and people right here :
And I would love to know their answers to those questions :
1.If you had to recommend one book to get someone into reading, which book would it be?
2. What was your favorite book as a child?
3. Which book wouldn’t you like to see as a movie, EVER?
4. Which book adaptation did you love? Even more than the book itself, or not?
5. If you were to read only books from one single author for the rest of your life…who would be the lucky winner?