The Liebster Award | 2018

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Thank you Roselyn for nominating me for this, it was kind of you.

Liebester Award

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The Official Rules

  • Link to this blog post in your Liebster Award blog post
  • Answer the questions given to you
  • Create more questions for your nominees to answer
  • Comment on The Official Rules of the Liebster Award 2018 blog post with a link DIRECTLY to your Liebster award.
  • Thank the person who nominated you, and put a link to their blog on your blog.
  • Display the award on your blog
  • Write a small post about what makes you passionate about blog posting.
  • Nominate 5 – 11 blogs
  • List these rules in your post
  • Inform the people/blogs that you nominated


Why I am Passionate About Blogging

I am passionate about blogging because it give me the space to express things that interest me in general. While I do mainly blog about books, I do have my other interests sprinkled in. Due to the fact that I have my own little space on the internet I am able to discuss these interests with others I would never have found other wise. I also find it a great way to just relax. I enjoy writing and creating my images for my blog so I find it to be a creative outlet. Lastly, it is something that is just for me. I created this blog for me, I write for me, and I read for me. Other people enjoying it is just a wonderful bonus that puts a huge smile on my face.

The Questions

  1. Do you read one or multiple books at a time?
    • I usually read 3 books at one time. I never intend on it happening it just always does. I have yet to confused the books and I can still follow them so I don’t see a point in stopping now.
  2. Five books you would recommend someone?
    • The Witches by Stacey Schiff
    • Bag of Bones by Stephen King
    • The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware
    • The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien
    • Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell.
  3. How many books do you read in a month in an average ?
    • 4-10, my months are usually all over the place. Some months I read non-stop while others I don’t feel like reading as much. I have learned from my own experience, if I don’t feel like reading don’t. It will just suck all the joy out of reading.
  4. Has any book ever changed your life, or shook you ?
    • Little Women by Louisa May Alcott, it really helped shape my life. I read it very young and I have reread it so many times since. It showed me that I can be strong, smart, and brave. Something I think is an important lesson to learn at a young age.
  5. Your most read author ?
    • Louisa May Alcott and Stephen King, very different authors I am aware, but I love both of their styles and I have yet to hate anything by either of them,
  6. A book you feel is under-rated ?
    • I feel like any Christopher Isherwood book is underrated. He is a great story teller and his stories are all unique.
  7. A book you have been meaning to read for ever?
    • This is a very good question. I have been meaning to read Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy for what seems like forever. Somehow I started reading it and my mom ended up picking it up then lost it on me. I just ordered a new copy so I am determined to finish it now that I have a copy again.
  8. A book you had high hopes for , but ended up disappointing ?
    • The Shatter Me series in general, I heard so many great things about it. Sadly, I was unable to even finish the first book. I never wanted to pick it up and when I did I didn’t want to read it. I was bored and uninterested. It was just not a book for me.
  9. Do you have any reading schedule ?
    • I don’t have a specific reading schedule, but I do my best to read a little each day. Sometimes this is hours others it is about 10 min. it really depends on me mood. But, I find it important to just do a little each day. It is a great time to relax and focus on me.
  10. What is the biggest lesson you learnt in life, so far?
    • You can’t control everything, just do what you can and try not to worry about the rest. Easier said than done, but it something I feel is important and I need to keep it in mind often.


I  Nominate

Reg from Bookish In Bed

Steph from alittlebutalot

Kristina from Books and Dachshunds 

Claire from Cup of Books

Suzanna from The Bookish Libra


My Questions

  1. What books has the most sentimental value for you?
  2. What does your dream bookshelf or library look like?
  3. Have you had a pet that you gave a bookish name? If not, if you did get a pet what bookish name would you give them?
  4. Have you ever DNF’ed a book? What book was it and why?
  5. Do you reread books? Please explain because I am very curious.
  6. What is your reading routine?
  7. What was the first book you remember reading?
  8. What format do you usually read?
  9. How many books are currently in your TBR?
  10. What book are you most excited about reading this year?



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15 thoughts on “The Liebster Award | 2018

  1. Thank you so much for tagging me! I love all your answers. I was so happy to see The Woman in Cabin 10 in the books you’d recommend to people. That’s my favorite Ruth Ware book. I can’t wait to do this!

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    1. So glad you are excited, I can’t wait to read yours. Isn’t The Woman in Cabin 10 so well written? I read it so quickly. Have you read The Lying Game yet? I have, it but I have’t been in a thriller mood.

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      1. It really was. I did not see that coming at all. She had me shocked. I have read The Lying Game. It wasn’t my favorite of hers. 😦 Her new book though sounds really interesting. There are arcs out of it and I want one sooo bad.

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