Friday, 7 August 2015

Sisterhood of the World Bloggers Award

Thank you so much aeriko001 @ The Reading Armchair for nominating me for this award!

The rules for this award are:
-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. 

Questions from The Reading Armchair:

1) Which book do you anticipate the most in 2015?

Oblivion by Kelly Creagh and Demon Road by Derek Landy are two books I can't wait to get a hold of. 

2) Which is your favourite place to read?

My bed. It's super comfy and that's where I do most of my reading. 

3) What type of characters are you more inclined to like?

I love goth/punk characters and I have loved every goth/punk character I have ever read about. I also really like characters who do amazing things for their lovers, for example like in New Moon when Bella rescued Edward from the Volturi. 

4) Which is the worst genre for you?

I'd have to say religious books (with the exception of Pagan books) and hardcore Sci-Fi.

5) If you wrote a novel, what would it be called?

I am currently writing a novel and the working title is 'The Caged Prince'.

6) How would your ideal book cover be like?

If we're talking for the book I am writing, I'd say forest in the background, maybe with a lake. The background would be super blurry and darkened though, like looking through a shadowy window. There would be a cage in the middle of the cover with a boy sitting in it, turned away from the camera. The font for the title would be either very elegant or look like the letters were made of scratches. If we're talking general book covers, I'd say anything with gothic imagery. 

7) Which standalone novel do you believe deserves a sequel?

Stolen by Lucy Christopher deserves a sequel for sure. 

8) Which novel/book series would you like to be adapted to graphic novel(s)?

Skulduggery Pleasant by Derek Landy 1000%. That must happen. 

9) What was your most recent book purchase?

Just bought Hourglass by Claudia Gray.

10) Which was the book that made you emotional the most?

There have been a few. I remember finishing Stolen by Lucy Christopher at three in the morning and crying until sunrise. The Forbidden Game series by L.J Smith made me cry as well. The Faceless Ones by Derek Landy made me shed some tears at the end too. (Lots of crying, as you can tell).  Colters' Woman by Maya Banks was quite intense as well. I've gotten super emotional for a lot of books. I can't list them all, it'd take up so much time!

My questions to my nominees are:

1) Do you prefer ebooks or printed books?

2) What is the longest series you have ever read the whole way through? 

3) Which book would you like to see as a movie?

4) Who is your favourite author(s)?

5) What is the oldest book you have ever read?

6) If you could only read and reread one book for the rest of your life, what book would it be?

7) Vampires or werewolves or both or neither?

8) How many books, both printed and ebooks, do you own in total? 

9) Which book played with your emotions the most?

10) Do you love a book that everyone else hates?

I nominate:

AJ @ ClairBooks

Carrie @ The Book Goddess

InToriLex @ InToriLex

Fiona @ A Girl Between The Pages

Samantha @ A Dream of Books 

Cynthia @ Cynthia's on Pens and Needles

Candace @ Candace's Book Blog

Melanie @ Fang-Freakin-Tastic Reviews

Jazmen @ This Girl Reads A Lot

Robin @ Where Books Lead Us

Leave me a link to your posts in the comments!

If you've already been nominated for this award, leave the link to your response and don't feel obligated to answer my questions. 

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