Outstanding Blogger Award

The Rules:

  1. Provide the link to the creator’s original award post. (very important: see why in step 5)
  2. Answer the questions provided.
  3. Create 7 unique questions.
  4. Nominate up to 10 bloggers. Ensure that they are aware of their nomination. Neither the award’s creator nor the blogger that nominated you can be nominated.
  5. At the end of 2020, every blog that ping-backs the creator’s original post will be entered to win the 2020 Outstanding Blogger Award!

Thank you for the The Honest Avocado for nominating me. This award was created by Colton Beckwith. Check out his original post.

Questions:

Why do you like to read (assuming you do, if not why do you like to watch movies- I love to read because they consists of amazing characters, amazing worlds, and incredible plot. You get swept into their lives, and if it is a book you love, the characters continue to stay alive in you. I love the challenge presented with classics. I love the different fantasy world and creatures. Being kinda of an author myself, I loved seeing the development of my characters- just like I love the development of book characters.

If you could have written any book series, which would it be, and why- why would I have written someone else’s book series. I love the series I love just the way they are.

What is the most surprising fact you think of- relating to books, if I do I would be spoiling.

Are the sort of person who their Myers-Brigg type of Ennegram? If you so what are you?- I am an ENFP

Look out your window, what do you see- I see the huge rock I used to play on when I was a younger.

Where is your favorite place to go outside of work or your own home (not implying that work would be your favorite place to go, haha, but hey it might be)? Defiantly the theater- not movie theaters. It belongs to those theaters we see musicals in- I was raised on them and now a musical theatre fanatic.

Do you have any good Christmas/Holiday movie recommendations? (This question is purely selfish, I’m on the hunt for more good Christmas/Holiday/Winter movies)- well, usually I start with The Man Who Invented Christmas- that is about the creating of Dickens’ A Christmas Carol. Then, it is usually the George C. Scott movie of A Christmas Carol- that is my favorite Christmas movie and Dickens’ story.

Others include Elf, The first two Home Alone movies, and White Christmas. Just, always been family tradition to watch A Christmas Carol- that is part of why I love the classics and Dickens.

My Nominees:

  1. a bolt out of the book
  2. One Book More
  3. Martha Reynolds Writes
  4. Kira Jeanette
  5. The Phantom of the Bookshelf
  6. Lilly’s Little Library
  7. Hundreds & Thousands of Books
  8. Starring Pamela
  9. Sara’s Glossary

I don’t mind if some followers answer my questions

My Questions

  1. What are some books you think your characters will like (if you don’t have characters, allowed to use favorite literary characters)?
  2. What are your favorite genres and why?
  3. What is your favorite Holiday?
  4. What is your favorite Season?
  5. Outside of your favorite genre, which genres do you not mind reading and why?
  6. What is you favorite Christmas movie?
  7. What Harry Potter house are in?

6 thoughts on “Outstanding Blogger Award

  1. Loved reading your answers to the questions! Here are my answers to your questions:
    1) Hmm… I think that my character Julien would probably like Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing. It suits his temperament. My character Juro would probably enjoy something along the lines of The Lord of the Rings. I think he could probably relate to the Hobbits.
    2) I mostly read historical fiction. I like history, and I enjoy when there’s some fiction mixed in, too–though I do prefer if things stay within the realm of possibility. I just think that history provides interesting settings, and that there are a lot of cool stories to be told!
    3) Probably Easter or Christmas, I think!
    4) Fall or Spring.
    5) Probably fantasy would be the major one. I’ll also read pretty much anything else if it sounds interesting to me, though I usually stay away from romance and horror.
    6) I really like Scrooge. It’s probably my favorite, but I also really like The Santa Clause–just have a lot of good memories watching that one! Let’s see… Elf’s good, too! I consider Little Women to be a Christmas-ish story, so I also like to watch various versions of Little Women. My favorite’s probably the 1933 version!
    7) I’ve taken the test multiple times, and I get a different answer almost every time I take it. At this point, I’ve been sorted into every house at least once. I’ve always felt most like a Ravenclaw, though, I think. I just took a percentage test now, and it looks like Ravenclaw and Hufflepuff are my highest percentages, with Slytherin being the least.

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