Personal, books & blogging Q&A with the Sunshine Blogger Award

Happy Sunday, friends! I hope you’re all doing well and having / had a lovely weekend. I am a bit absent this weekend so I thought I’d draft something quick and fun for all of you to get to know me a bit better… you all love questions and answers, right?

I hope you do.

Also you know what, I miss The Good Place so I’m going to put lots of The Good Place GIFs. #sorry

The biggest thanks to the wonderful Lily for nominating me for the Sunshine Blogger Award. Lily is one of my recent favorite book bloggers, she’s such a sweet soul and if you don’t know her, I suggest you check out her blog right away. I also have the amazing Eliza to thank for nominating me for this Award as well! Eliza is another one of my latest favorite book blogger, with an amazing, aesthetic blog and A+ recommendation. Check out her blog, too!

So… this turns out to be so much longer than I thought it would be. Hopefully you’ll enjoy my answers!

  • What accomplishment are you most proud of?

This is a hard question, honestly. I think as I’m writing this, I’m kind of pretty proud of keeping up with blogging for so long and what I managed to do with it so far. I hope this doesn’t sound like I’m bragging too much because let me tell you that’s not my genre and I know I still have a long way to go. Still I’m proud of what I’m doing with this blog so far, I think.

  • What does your perfect weekend look like?

Hm, if I’m taking an ordinary weekend, after working all week long, I’d say reading, blogging, watching TV shows or a movie, eating great food. Yeah, I’m basically Lara Jean.

  • What song(s) do you have completely memorized?

I think I have to use plural, here. I have almost every song I listen to a couple times memorized?! I love song lyrics and whenever I enjoy a song, I’ll read the lyrics and I’ll know them by heart soon enough.

  • Which person, dead or alive, do you admire & why?

My sister is the best person in the entire earth and I admire her so much because she is just so cool and goals. Also yes that’s us, I’m on the right and she is on the left and I’m sorry it’s still not my face.

  • Are you usually early or late?

I’m usually early – 99,9% of the time, actually. I hate being late and I’m not a fan of people being late, either.

  • What is something you think everyone should do at least once in their lives?

Travel. There’s nothing like discovering new places, new cities and new people around the world. Seriously.

  • What age do you wish you could permanently be?

19-20 years old, something like that. Old enough to vote and be an adult, young enough still not to have to adult too much.

  • Β What is something you wish you were better at?

Drawing or any kind of artistic things. I’ve never really had any artistic abilities and I admire people like my friend Kat, having such incredible talent.

  • What are some (small) things that brighten your day?

Getting a sweet comment on a blog post. Good morning texts. Taking the time to get lost in a good book. Eating a piece of chocolate.

  • Which book has changed or shaped your way of thinking monumentally?

I could quote a ton of books here. I might mention The Hate U Give, because it’s a brilliant book that really showed me a harsh reality I did not know that much about and haven’t been faced with. It’s an important book, too. I could also mention some books dealing with mental health and anxiety that just hit me for different reasons. Turtles All The Way Down, Under Rose Tainted-Skies are the ones I’m thinking of at the moment.

  • Your favorite quote. πŸ’­

β€œI love you. Remember. They cannot take it” (Delirium, Lauren Oliver)

  • What social stigma do you think society needs to get over?

There are so many stigmas around mental health and mental illnesses that I hate, especially when it comes to anxiety. People dealing with anxiety aren’t shy. They can not just get over themselves and make that phone call, face that thing triggering them, whatever it is, they can not just deal with it and get over it somehow because that’s just not HOW IT WORKS OKAY.

  • What’s the story behind the name of your blog?

Well… in case you’re not aware, I’m a huge fan of John Green’s books. There’s this famous quote from Looking for Alaska that I love, “I was drizzle and she was hurricane.” And books are kind of drizzles and hurricanes in your life, too.

  • Favourite style of a blog post to write?

My favorite posts to write are discussion posts, whether they’re about blogging or books. I just love sitting down and writing these rants or positive posts about everything else, I just love the feeling I get whenever I write discussions, like I still have so much to share. I love itt.

  • If you could rewrite a popular book what would you choose, and what would you change?

Allegiant, because that ending was not okay with me. NOT AT ALL.

  • Where do you get blogging inspiration from?

From the books I read, from the blogs I check out, from twitter and from my own little rants. From my sister, who sometimes helps me when I’m screaming a whole lot (hi I love you sorry about that). I also have a blog post on blogging inspiration in case you’re all interested about more!

  • Your favourite book blogger & book tubers? ( five of each )

I don’t watch booktubers at all, so I’m going to mention ten book bloggers I love. There are SO much though, I love EVERYONE so please don’t get sad if you’re not in there, my memory just probably failed.

KatMartaBethTrang & LashaanMayIlsaJuliannaPamelaDezzyTiffanyAimee

Damn. I did more than ten, didn’t I.

  • Favourite character names in the world? ( 10 at the most )

YOU CAN’T ask me that, I am the worst at remembering names?!!! Okay I’ll try. Lyra (His Dark Materials), Alaska (Looking for Alaska), Inej (Six of Crows), Mati (The Impossibility of Us).

  • What is your blogging routine & schedule? Do you follow an editorial calendar?

My blogging routine goes like this: writing blog posts, scheduling, pictures, everything on the weekend. I alway have a review every Friday, otherwise blog posts change on the other days, depending on my mood and inspiration. The rest of the week, I’m answering to my comments and blog-hopping daily, or almost.

  • What makes you follow a blog?

A feeling, really. It’s dumb, but it’s real. Obviously, the design, readability of the blog as a whole matters. As well as the diversity of blog posts. But there are tons of book bloggers. What makes me hit the follow button is when I have a conversation with the blogger and a feeling I’m going to love them and their personality, too.

  • Are you a writer? If so, could you give us a few of your favourite snippets of any of your WIPs?

Can you call yourself a writer if you don’t write regularly? Let’s say yes? I’ve been working on this WIP since 2015 on and off, so here are a couple of unedited snippets. (Run and hides)

They smiled like they could change the world, and at the time, they thought they just might.

The dimples on his face reminded her of Gaulthier’s and the look he wore whenever he was going to do or say something that he was particularly proud of.

Eventually, after a first false excuse of being sick and a second one of not wanting Anna to catch whatever bug she had, she stopped answering. Stopped speaking altogether, lips parched, face wet from tears. She was a mess all over again and she did not want to see anyone or anything. The world was a lie and she was living in it.

More about my WIP

  • What is the next goal you are striving for in blogging?

My ultimate goal is to be chill, but let’s face it, that’s hard. So instead I’m going to mention a couple of my blogging goals, which are : host blog tours for big publishers and big books (dream), be featured in a bookish media somehow, I’m not going to lie, getting more physical ARCs would be a dream for an international blogger like me, too. I’m kind of thriving to be a big book blogger that people recognize and talk about, but that’s me dreaming of famous times hahaha.

Are you usually early, or late? What does YOUR perfect weekend look like?

What would be your next blogging goal? Do you follow people for the same reasons than I do? Let me know in comments!

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83 thoughts on “Personal, books & blogging Q&A with the Sunshine Blogger Award

  1. This is such a lovely post, Marie! ❀ I loved reading your answers, and I'm once again struck by how wonderful your blogging voice is!! ❀

    You should definitely be proud of all your blogging achievements, and please don't ever feel like you're bragging by saying that!! And I relate to always being early. "Being early is on time, and being on time is late" is a quote that I basically live, haha.

    I agree with all your answers to my questions?? :') The Delirium quote is beautiful, and I remember how much I loved it when I first came across it.

    Also, this comment is getting ridiculously long, so I'll stop here, but I really enjoyed getting to know you better, and I hope you're having an absolutely wonderful weekend! ❀

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    1. Oh Lily thank you so, so much, you have no idea how happy that comment made me ❀ Thank you so, very very much for your sweet words, aw ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ I'm going to cry haha. ❀

      I'm glad I'm not the only one – I just much prefer being early and I'm stressed out whenever I feel like I'm going to be late haha πŸ˜›

      I have such a special relationship to Delirium, I loved this series so, very much and it will forever be one of my favorites ❀

      Thank you so, so much for your sweet comment, I'm so happy you enjoyed this post! ❀ ❀

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      1. My pleasure!! ❀ (And as long as they’re tears of joy! πŸ˜›)

        Yes, exactly! I get way too anxious, when I don’t arrive at wherever I need to be at least ten minutes beforehand.

        Same, but I also feel like I wouldn’t enjoy it as much now, if I were to re-read it? And I was so letdown by how the trilogy was wrapped up. πŸ™ˆ


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      2. YES haha definitely tears of joy ❀ ❀
        I get your feeling, I often feel like I wouldn't enjoy a book just as much if I re-read it, so… I'm terrified of re-reading hahaha πŸ™‚


  2. I enjoyed getting to know you! I think 21 would be a good age to be stuck at. You’re an adult, but you don’t have old people problems. Discussion posts are my favorite to write, too. I’m usually early because I’m paranoid about missing something important. Also, being late is annoying and disrespectful. My perfect weekend is hiking, reading, and blogging.

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    1. Aww thank you, so happy you enjoyed this post! ❀ ❀
      Exactly – I just get a bit mad about late people and much, much prefer being early haha πŸ™‚
      Oh now that's a perfect weekend!! πŸ˜€
      Thank you so, so much for your sweet comment! ❀ ❀


  3. I miss the Good Place toooooo! I think it comes back late September or something, which isn’t that far away if you consider it. (which also means the year is just running by way too quickly)
    I love how close you and Nyx are, it seriously warms my heart. And I totally agree that people should travel at least once in their life. It doesn’t have to be alone and it doesn’t have to be long, but it just really changes your outlook on life when you see something that’s out of your comfort zone and the world you know.
    AAAH! And I am so happy you shared snippets, Marie.

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    1. I miss this show WAY too much, it’s one of my favorites and I am so happy I started watching it. YES, in a way I’m thrilled it comes back so soon, but in another way, aerm, why is September already so close????

      Yes definitely – there is so much to see in the world and there are just so many amazing places I still dream of seeing, as well. There’s no better investment than a trip, for me πŸ˜€

      Oh thank you, Kat! ❀ ❀ I'm glad I did as well, it reinforces my love for my story, even if I am not doing much haha πŸ™‚

      Thank you so much!! ❀ ❀

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      1. I have completely lost track of when which shows are supposed to air. I have never felt more out of the loop haha but the Good Place I know!!

        I really hope you get around to editing sometime soon-ish haha

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  4. I’m both early and late ahaha. I’m always early, except when I’m with my highschool friends because they are ALWAYS late… like 1.5-2 hours late. I learnt my lesson the hard way early in our friendship so now I don’t even bother to get ready until everyone appears in the group chat πŸ˜’ I love that quote from Delirium, even though I’m not the biggest fan of the story!

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    1. Wow, that has to be so annoying – I’m always mad whenever I have to wait hours and hours for people to come, it’s so frustrating haha.
      OH I’m glad you at least enjoy the quote πŸ˜€ Thank you so much for your sweet comment! ❀


  5. My ultimate goal is to chill too but lets not kid ourselves thats never happening πŸ˜‚!!
    And omgggg your WIP it’s beautiful those snippets made my day I LOVE IT WHEN PEOPLE SHARE THEIR WRITING!!! It’s like look you worked and did an art and now I can scream because I’m proud and you’re so talented. Perfect occasion to scream at people about how amazing they are.
    And I hate being late too! and people being late. honestly I’ve had people be a whole hour late (yes 60 mins) and that’s a nightmare because HOW. it makes me feel like I don’t matter :/

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    1. I know right, I wish it could but let’s face it, I’m not made to be chill πŸ˜‚
      AHHH what, you are WAY too sweet this means the world to me, thank you so so so sooo much for your sweet words ❀ ❀
      An hour late?! Wow that's a long, long time to wait… it's so frustrating when that happens, I hate it, it makes me feel the same way :/
      Thank you so, so much for your sweet comment! ❀ ❀ ❀


  6. Yes! I agree with Allegiant! That ending made me so mad. I really don’t think it was necessary. That whole book almost felt like Veronica didn’t know which direction to go with Divergent so she just scrambled something up for Allegiant. </3 I loved the first two books though! It makes me sad.

    I also agree about traveling more! I need to do more of it. Living in the United States, it's hard to travel overseas and see other countries cause the flights are so expensive! I hope to see at least some places some day though! It's like the number thing on my wish list! πŸ˜€

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    1. Yes yes yes exactly – I felt like this book was a bit messy overall and that ending just did not sit well with me, ugh :/
      Thank you so much for your sweet comment! ❀ ❀


  7. I prefer being too early, especially when entering a classroom. I hate people looking at me!! So I always try being early.
    Also I totally agree about AllegiantπŸ˜„ But you knew thatπŸ™ˆ Your perfect weekend is my perfect weekendπŸ˜πŸ“–πŸ“½

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    1. Same here haha, with entering anywhere, I much prefer being the one staring at the late people πŸ˜‚
      Aww I’m so happy you agree πŸ˜€ thank you so much for your sweet comment! ❀

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  8. I love love love this post! I’m actually doing the Sunshine Blogger Award tomorrow and I said The Hate U Give was a book that changed my way of thinking, too. It’s just SO good and it makes me so happy to see how it’s impacted so many people! πŸ™‚
    Also, I’m Lara Jean, too- my ideal weekend includes reading, blogging, Netflix, and ice cream. XD It doesn’t take much to make me happy, haha.
    I love what you said about following blogs based on a feeling! I think of sort of the same way, too. I’ll follow a blog if I love their content, but also I want to follow it even more if the blogger is so sweet and we have a lot in common/can have amazing conversations.
    Great post!❀️

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    1. I’m so glad you feel the same way about THUG, it really Is a life-changing book and I loved it so, very much ❀
      Hahaha that's amazing, I think that being a Lara Jean is leading the best kind of life haha πŸ˜›
      Thank you so, so much for your sweet comment, Olivia! ❀

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    1. Oh I really hope you’ll manage to do so – it takes a bit of planning, but I love being able to be organized that way and knowing what comes next and when πŸ˜€
      Thank you so much for your sweet comment! ❀ And yes the good place is SUCH a fantastic show. I want to re-watch everything as well haha πŸ™‚


    1. Wait what, really? You are serious?! You are way too sweet, I’m going to cry right now. Thank you ❀ this means the world! ❀
      As for the pre-order button… first, I need to find the "how the hell do I edit" button, I think πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  9. You’re already a big time blogger in my books. Don’t know watchu’ talkin’ about. 🀣🀣 Thanks you for even mentioning me as a favourite, with Trang. That is truly an honour. Stay awesome, Marie. ❀

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    1. Aww thank you, you’re way too sweet ❀ ❀ and of course, you both are amazing bloggers and friends and I love reading all of your blog posts so much ❀ ❀

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  10. Fun post! And Looking for Alaska is my favorite John Green book so I LOVE how you got your blog name. I think it would be awesome to be more well-known in the blogging world. It’s always changing and growing – with new people all the time – that it’s kind of hard to keep up with sometimes! LOL


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    1. Aw thank you so much, so happy you enjoyed it! πŸ˜€
      Definitely hard – even impossible to keep up, everything moves way too fast in here πŸ˜‚
      Thank you so, so much for your sweet comment, Lauren! ❀


  11. Hello Marie πŸ™‚
    Love reading your answers here, and I am glad to get to know you better! Although I love a fun weekend every now and then, they can be exhausting and leave me feeling disorganized/tired for the week ahead. My favourite type of weekend is a productive one when I get the essentials done (chores! exercise! blog posts!) and still have time to lay back and chill. Unfortunately the weekends never feel long enough!
    I think you should absolutely be proud of your blog! You are already one of the big bloggers in my books πŸ™‚
    I’ll have to read Turtles All the Way Down soon! Love your snippet! We are writers as long as we have written something and plan to go back to writing, so yes you are a writer!! ❀

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    1. Hi Sophie! ❀
      I'm so happy you enjoyed reading this post! ❀ and yes yes yes, I love your idea of a perfect weekend, I really like when my weekends are like that as well, when I manage to do everything I had to do, and still have time for the fun stuff I really want to do πŸ™‚ ❀
      Awwww Sophie thank you, that means so much ❀ ❀
      I hope you'll get to read Turtles soon, I really loved this book. And thank you for your support on my writing, this means the world and motivates me every time ❀

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  12. I love reading these kinds of posts cos I feel I like I get to know you better πŸ™‚
    I’m so with you on your weekend plans πŸ˜‰ Also, that’s such an artsy picture of you and your sister!

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  13. MARIE I LOVED THIS! also I miss you! I’m so sorry I haven’t been commenting much..or replying to comments..just trying to figure out how to fit blogging into my life at the moment. But I so so appreciate your posts anyway. I am the person who is always early but feels awkward about it so I often wander around or delay until I’m just on time or even late…lol. I think my ideal weekend involves a long run, doing something new with friends, a calm evening to read, getting some writing done, and learning something new!
    I remember reading Under Rose-Tainted Skies with you. That was so lovely. Like you, I think Shar is probably my favourite person in all the world. I think my main blogging goal is just to be proad of everything I write, because that’s surprisingly hard! and I guess I follow people if they make me think about books and reading differently.

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    1. SHANTI! ❀ There's no need to apologize, there are moments where you just can't or don't even want to find some time to blog, either. Life gets busy and it's perfectly okay! I hope you've been doing well ❀ ❀
      I'm 300% like that too, I'm so glad I'm not alone πŸ˜‚ I tend to be really early, but then I show myself only five minutes early, not to be… well, too much πŸ˜‚
      Oh yes, being proud of what we put out there is probably one of the hardest things. We are our own worst critics after all :/ You should be proud though, you are such an amazing blogger, one of my favorites ❀
      Thank you so, so much for your sweet comment! ❀ ❀

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  14. Love this post ❀️
    To be chill is a great goal, and you will get there πŸ˜ƒ. It took me a while, but i think I can say I’m mostly chill. It was an effort, but it was worth it!
    I miss The Good Place too! πŸ™ˆ
    I think my perfect age would be something like 25-26. 😁 At 19 i was too much all over the place.

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    1. Aww thank you so much, Norrie! ❀ ❀
      Haha I hope so, I don't know if I am made to be chill at all πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ but I'll try for sure πŸ™‚
      The Good Place is such a great show, I love it way too much ❀ I can't wait for it to start again!
      Haha, I get that – I really liked younger, because I'm currently 24 and all over the place a little bit while adulting… I prefer studies πŸ˜‚

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  15. I loved reading these questions and answers Marie! ❀ Also, I had NO CLUE THAT YOUR BOOK WAS BASED ON A QUOTE. I admit, I never really got into John Green so I never stuck around to read Looking for Alaska, but now that I know more about the background of your blog name, I really love it! It's honestly perfect.

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    1. Awww thank you so, so much Aila! this means a lot ❀ Honestly, when I first created my blog, I thought people would make the connection right away, but in a way I'm really glad that no one really paid attention to it πŸ˜‚ it's more fun telling the story this way πŸ˜€


  16. This was such a fun post, Marie!

    I’m pretty much always early – I hate being late so much. I also love spending my weekends blogging and reading; it’s the best! And YES, I’m currently 19, and it’s such a great age to be!

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    1. Aww thank you, so happy you enjoyed it πŸ˜€
      I’m glad I’m not alone, I much prefer being early than late, I’m not a fan of late people πŸ˜‚
      And yay being 19 IS amazing, enjoy it Kyra πŸ˜€


  17. Hi Marie! 😊 Normally, I do most of my writing for blog posts on the weekend, but now that’s it’s summer & since I’m a student, I can write whenever I feel like it! Is this what it feels like to be a professional blogger/author — to just be able to write my days away? Oh, that would be the absolute dream life πŸ˜†

    Keeping your blog up is definitely a huge accomplishment — and I’m always impressed with how many blog posts you put up per week, all of them being well-written and meaningful, too! I would love to one day look back at my blog and feel pride in how long I’ve been blogging for… but for now, I’m just enjoying the process of writing, replying to comments, and blog hopping πŸ˜‹ Anyways, great post! I enjoyed reading your answers to the questions!

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    1. Hi Zoie! ❀ ❀
      Oh that's honestly the dream, I wish I could be a student again and do that for sure. It's the dream, being able to write whenever I want, all day long if I feel like it πŸ˜€

      Oh wow, thank you so, SO much for your sweet words, this means so much to me ❀ ❀
      You should feel proud of what you've been doing, even if you haven't been at it for so long, you're doing amazing and writing so many interesting posts. Keep on enjoying it! πŸ˜€
      Thank you so, so much for your sweet comment! ❀ ❀

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  18. So many of your answers would be my answers as well Marie! 99.9% of the time I’m early as well, and that remaining 0.1% of the time is not my fault (so train delays or something), and our perfect weekends are the same too. For me any perfect day involves good food, good books and blogging! πŸ™‚
    I still need to read the Delirium books, they’re on my list because I really enjoyed Replica by Lauren Oliver (and I’m sure I’ll enjoy Ringer when I finally get around to it), and I agree with you about the stigma towards anxiety being something society need to get over. I just think mental illness in general is something people need to be more aware of.
    Great post, and great answers for this tag as well. πŸ™‚ ❀️

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    1. Oh I’m so glad you could relate to so many of these, Beth! πŸ˜€
      I hope you’ll be able to read Ringer and the Delirium series soon, I loved both so much – well, maybe I loved Delirium a bit more, but… it was my first Lauren Oliver love, haha πŸ™‚ ❀
      Thank you so much!! ❀ ❀

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      1. My aim is to get to Ringer before the end of the year at least, but I’ve been saying that about a lot of books so honestly who knows at this stage. Delirium is going to be a series I pick up after Ringer for sure.
        That’s all right. πŸ™‚ ❀

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  19. Girl, how long have you been a book blogger for? I feel like you’ve been a blogger for so long, and has gained such an amazing following. I absolutely love your blog, and as you know, you’re my favorite book blogger. While you have introduced me to some other amazing book bloggers, you are still going to be my favorite. Your personality can’t be matched, and I love every single recommendation that you’ve given me and I’ve read.
    I think because of that passion and love for books and reading, on top of your amazing personality, you’re definitely going to continue to go far in the book blogging community. Great post Marie xx

    melina |

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    1. If you were planning on making me cry, well… it worked 😭❀️ you’re honestly the sweetest in the entire world, wow, I am honored and so, so touched by your sweet comment, this means the world to me ❀️ I’ve been blogging for three and a half years and I feel like I’ve been for longer than that, this world is evolving so fast, I hope I can keep on going with it all and hopefully give a bit of myself and my recommendations more and more ❀️
      Thank you so, so much, honestly you just made this average day so, so much brighter ❀️❀️❀️

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  20. I absolutely loved reading your responses; this is such a lovely post (as always) Marie! ☺️ And oh my gosh, thank you SO much for mentioning me in your list of favorite book bloggers. I feel really honored and humbled; you’re so sweet and kind!! πŸ™ˆπŸ’ž

    Also, I know that I’ve probably said this before, but you honestly should be VERY proud of your blog (and I’m proud of you too)!! You always have such amazing and entertaining posts, and I always look forward to reading each and every one of your posts, because I know I’ll be left smiling every time. 😊 (And I completely agree with your response for the perfect weekend!! That sounds so nice, just reading, blogging, and watching TV. 😍)

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    1. Aw thank you so, SO much, you’re so sweet 😭❀️
      and of course I had to mention you, you’re one of my latest favorites and I love reading your blog SO much every single time!❀️
      Reading, blogging, tv, just relaxing is the perfect weekend ever for me haha πŸ˜€

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  21. Loved your answers Marie πŸ™‚ You always put a smile on my face whenever I read your posts. And hey, you are not bragging at all. You deserve all the love and appreciation. You do an amazing work of spreading the love in the community and your dedication is amazing.
    That Delirium quote is lovely πŸ™‚ I haven’t read the book myself but that quote gave me chills.

    I am definitely sure that you would achieve your blogging goals soon. And trust me, more people knows about you in this community than you think πŸ™‚

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    1. Aww thank you so, so much Sim, you are the sweetest. This honestly means the world to me, I’m smiling as I write my blog posts and comments because I’m enjoying it so much, I’m so glad I can pass on that love through a screen haha πŸ˜€ ❀

      I hope you'll read Delirium, someday, maybe? It was such a gorgeous book and honestly, that quote is just a part of an entire passage that made me cry like a baby haha. I don't know if that's very enticing…. oops, haha. Seriously it's a great book πŸ˜›

      Aw thank you so, so much, this means so much to me ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀

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  22. The perfect weekend can be a multitude of things. It could be me cuddled up with a good book. It could be me going out with my friends and family. It could be me going to the beach. As long as I’m happy, it doesn’t matter. As for who I follow, I basically follow people who have the same tastes as me and have a fun blog that I feel like I enjoy myself reading. For me, you’re like a big blogger and I love looking at your posts! I’m so happy for you! Also the name of your blog is so beautiful!

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    1. YES definitely agree, the perfect weekend is wherever you are happy, that’s what matters πŸ˜€
      And awwwwww thank you, you’re honestly the sweetest! ❀ ❀

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  23. AWWWW THANK YOU FOR MENTIONING ME YOU’RE ONE OF MY FAVORITE BLOGGERS TOO ❀ ❀ also your snippets are amazing and I need to see more of your writing ASAP. Also I 100% agree with what you said about mental illness, I also hate the fact that so many people use "they must have a mental illness" as an insult when really, they're just dragging mentally ill people under the bus??

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    1. You are so, SO welcome, you’re such an incredible blogger and friend and YOU ARE MY FAV I LOVE YOU ❀ Keep on doing amazing ❀
      OH you're so, so sweet. Here's to hoping I will manage to write again, someday? hahaha. Thank you, that means a lot ❀ ❀
      EXACTLY. I hate it when that happens, it should NOT be something you can use a an insult at all???? I hate that.
      Thank you so much for your sweet comment!! ❀ ❀


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