The Sisterhood of the World Bloggers Award
These are the five rules to follow:
+ Thank the blogger who nominated you, linking back to their site.
+ Put the Award logo on your blog.
+ Answer the ten questions sent to you.
+ Make up ten new questions for your nominees to answer.
+ Nominate ten blogs.
I am grateful for my new blogger friend Marie from Drizzle and Hurricane Books for tagging everyone that read her Sisterhood of the World Bloggers Award tag. Go check out her blog, guys! She's such an adorable person.
I started reading (and never stopped) books in high school. It's when my classmate brought Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone that his uncle sent him, well, sent the seven books. After he reads the first book, I'll borrow it and the next and the next. Sad that I have not finished the fifth book because finals came and I had to refrain myself from reading. But then I wasn't able to catch up on reading the next book for I have picked another (not HP) book to read.
But I got fond of books and reading when I visited Manila summer of 2010. I bought Richelle Mead's Shadow Kiss. The third book of The Vampire Academy series. I never knew about series before. Never knew that it is the third book of the series and not the first. Never knew that Goodreads. I was so dumb before. I just read books without knowing how they flow.
Then I bought lots of books from a store called Book Sale. Obviously, they sell books that are cheap. Bargain. I bought lots of books from there for $3 or so. I love buying books from there because of the smell of the books. (LOL.) Yes, for real.
I never knew way back then what genre I'm happy to read with. I started reading the books I bought. I enjoyed them mostly but some remained unfinished. My bookmarks are still there.
Physical. Especially those with hardcovers. Before, I prefer paperback because it's more handy than hardbacks. But when Defiant Unto Death came from the post office. I fell in love with it. It's not the first book in hardback that I own. I just fell in love. It's like a gem.
Bookshop. I don't like to order online because aside from paying the shipping fees, I'll pay for the custom fees. I just hate the post office for that. ARGH.
This is such an unfair question, Marie! Haha. I'll answer it this way. I love Margo from Paper Towns. I am in love with her character. She's sort of like me - adventurous, sort of a brat, leaves clues everywhere. Everything on Margo's character. I thank John Green enough for creating Margo. BUT, I love love Queen Elara of Red Queen. Can she be my freaking mom?! Or can I just have her abilities?
Oh yes, recently, I have read Last Year's Mistake. Just... read my review. *Sigh.
Well, I'm not really into writing a book. I'm just a reader. I have to say that not every book blogger is interested in writing. I am also terrible at writing, even just a poem.
Can I just tell you I don't like books and will never read something like Anne Rice's Memnoch The Devil? I just don't get those kinds of books so much. I tried but it's not convincing.
I read whenever possible and anywhere possible. AS LONG AS IT IS AS SILENT AS A LIBRARY.
When at school, I prefer the library but when I'm at home, in my mom's room. It's pretty peace for reading.
The Stars Shine Down by Sidney Sheldon
Everyone should read this. I don't care if you prefer YA but this book would be an 'influential read' for everybody especially for those still growing up and have bigger dreams than just reading in a couch and blogging in a coffee table.
by Jamie McGuire
If you want a hot guy with tattoos, Travis Maddox is for you. I love Travis and Abby's chemistry so much. By far this is the most fierce romance read I ever had! I am not giving this a review. I want to keep the feels in my mind. (LOL.) What an excuse! Such a procrastinator.
We Were Liars by E. Lockhart
I would lie if this book did not made me happy I got into reading. If you happen to read my review of this, I know you would get bored. Because there's nothing but a rant you would never understand.
I nominate these bloggers to do the The Sisterhood of the World Bloggers Award tag:
Carmen and Kyla, Erleen of Books for YA!, Tika of fANGIRL confessions, Paula of Her Book Thoughts!, Jules, Olivia, Nova of Out of Time, Kristen of The Cozy Reading Corner, and Zoe of Stories on Stage.
The ten questions for you to answer:
1. Who is the first author you met and signed your book?
2. What's the difference of YA and NA for you?
3. When did you start blogging?
4. Did you ever had an argument towards a blogger because of a book or any reason that you had?
5. If you'll be stuck in a dystopian world, from what book would it be?
6. Do you get 'ARC envy' when you see bloggers who have ARC from a book you would love to read in advance?
7. What interesting part of your life that you want to be written by a best selling author?
8. Your favorite book is going to be a movie and you're invited from the director himself, who will you portray if you'll be given a chance to?
9. What do you think of The Fifty Shades Trilogy?
10. The sisters you will nominate, are they close to you or do you just like their blog designs, reviews, etc?
Thank you guys for taking time to read! If you are not nominated and want to do this tag, just go to Marie's blog, read hers and do yours!