A few days ago I was nominated by the very wonderful Rendz from Reading with Rendz.
So, what is The Black Cat Blue Sea Award, you ask?
“This award is for bloggers who strive to write for everybody, and no matter how many viewers they get, make an impact on a reader. This award is an expression of gratitude to the nominee. It should be awarded to anybody that you choose deserves it, and it doesn’t mean that they must have hundreds of followers and likes.”
So, thanks again Rendz for nominating The Book Cover Girls!!!
- Anybody nominated can nominate eight other bloggers.
- The nominee answers three questions posed by the nominator.
- The questions you ask while nominating can be any three questions.
- If any of the questions asked are offensive or the nominee simply does not want to answer, the nominee does not have to answer them to earn the award.
- What is a book that brings up a good memory?
- Do you have a person with whom you can fangirl/boy with at anytime of the day?
- You can wish yourself into any fictional world you want, but you must leave behind this life (family, friends and books!) Would you do it and if so, where would you go?
What is a book that brings up a good memory?
- As always, this book is Twilight. This book is the one that started it all. I loved this book when I read it in the 8th grade. The reason I read this was pure peer pressure. It was the heyday of the Twilight era. All my friends were reading it and the movie had recently come out. I, a girl who absolutely loathed the idea of reading, resisted the pressure to pick up that long, long novel. After a while that resistance was futile, and someway, somehow, I ended up with a borrowed copy of the book which I took home to read. Three days later, I had read the whole thing and was desperate to read the sequel. In two weeks, exactly 14 days, I had devoured the Twilight saga and had, unknown to me at the time,become a bookaholic. Since then I have reread the entire saga many times, each time realizing a bit more of just how bad it was, yet each time loving it a little more. This series will forever be a favorite, and forever be one whose memory makes me smile.
Do you have a person with whom you can fangirl/boy with at anytime of the day?
Yes, my co-blogger Rosie. Where most of my friends and family simply don’t understand my deep desire to read and fangirl over the simplest things, Rosie always has my back. There is also my cousin Ed, whom I absolutely love. This guy just gets me. We can talk about books for hours on end and fangirl all the time. The problem with this is that I do not currently live with either Rosie or Ed. Rosie goes to a different university across the country, and Ed is in another country altogether. So, no. I do not currently have anyone with me. *sigh*
You can wish yourself into any fictional world you want, but you must leave behind this life (family, friends, and books!) Would you do it and if so, where would you go?
That’s a tough one. Would I do it? I don’t think so. The real world is going from bad to worse, but fictional worlds are always dealing with the end of the world catastrophes or something of the like if not there would be nothing for the heroes to do. Also, my books are my babies! And, you know, family is important too…I guess. JK, I love my family! But for the sake of this question, I am going to say yes. I would love to live in Narnia, after all the bad guys are defeated and the world is at peace, of course. I have never read the books, despite owning a bind up of them, but I do really enjoy the movies and Narnia seems like a cool, magical place to live.
- If you could bring any fictional character to life who would it be and why.
- What is the one book that you have reread more than any other? How many times have you read it? Why do you always go back to that one?
- If you could only read one author’s work for the rest of your life, which author would it be? Why?
Can’t wait to see your answers!!