The questions that are accompanying these tags and awards aren’t getting easier. I was nominated for the Real Neat Blog Award by Nick at The Paper Dragon. Go check out his blog and he’s also from Belgium so that’s great.
Thank and link the blogger that nominated you.
Answer the 7 questions that the nomination has provided you.
Create 7 questions for your nominees.
Nominate 7 other bloggers.
#1 How do you pick your next book to read?
I honestly just pick whatever I’m in the mood for, whether I want something fantasy or rather something comedic. It depends on how I’m feeling at the time of choosing. I tried setting up a TBR-jar once, but I found myself picking another paper if the one I got wasn’t really what I wanted.
#2 Which book or series do you consider a must-read?
For this one, I’m choosing a series that I haven’t read yet and I feel like I should be reading soon as it’s kind of obligatory. There’s all those fantasy-series like The Lord of the Rings and Harry Potter, but I’m going with basically all the books by Agatha Christie.
#3 What is your favourite childhood memory? This does not have to be book-related.
This is a difficult question. Seriously. I’m not that great with remembering things and especially not when I have to think about specific things.
Now, this isn’t one specific memory, but the trips I took with my family to a camping site where my grandparents were staying every year. They had this kind of carnival where a lot of the campers would host a game for us to play.
#4 What is your quirkiest trait?
Is it that I give all my cacti the name of a Marvel-character. Or that I have a lot of fun rearranging my bookshelves. Or the fact that I eat ice cream every chance I get. I could go on and on about these and I probably haven’t even said the quirkiest ones yet.
#5 Which book is closest to you? How do you feel about it?
Again not that easy to answer. Later wil ik stuntman worden is a dutch book and I’m not totally sure as to why I picked this one, but when I was young a teacher read it in the class and I felt like it had such a great story. It was dealing with being poor in such a way that it was understandable for children.
#6 What part of the blogging experience do you like most? And least?
Definitely the community. Getting to interact with people who are interested in the same things as you are and who all have very interesting opinions about these topics and having to talk about that is just great.
My least favourite part about the blogging experience is probably that I have set a certain blogging schedule that I’m sometimes having trouble with to keep. I know that I can just as easily change that schedule, but I feel like that’s an important part for me to stay motivated and to keep blogging.
#7 Random question: What is your favourite flower?
I wouldn’t know. I’m not really familiar with the names of flowers and if I were, I wouldn’t be able to pick one as they’re all different and there isn’t a specific one that stands out for me. So just think the basic ones, like roses, tulips and such.
What city or country have you always wanted to visit?
Are you more likely to pick a book based on the cover or the title, without having read the plot?
How do you find inspiration for possible topics?
What social media are you most active on and why do you use it?
Convince me that your favourite book is the one that I should read next.
What song do you immediately sing along with and why?
Which movie have you seen most often and why is that?
Those were some great questions and I really liked answering them. I’m tagging the people that you can see above.
I’ll see you later!