I was nominated for The Entertainer Blogger Award by Diana Prince Reviews! Diana has an inspiring blog that I absolutely love to read, if you haven’t already please check her posts out.
For some reason I could not find the original Award photo, and so I created my own that I hope you all enjoy. I know this probably looks nothing like the original, but for some reason I always lean toward a more grungy feel for things.
1. Thank the person who nominated you and provide a link to their blog.
2. Add these rules to your post.
3. Answer all the questions below.
4. Display the award picture in your post.
Nominate 7 other bloggers who are funny, inspiring and most important of all ENTERTAINING!
Q1. Why did you start a blog in the first place?
I started my blog on October 14th, 2016, thanks to the nagging of my sister to stop simply talking aloud about the books I love, but to post online and share my thoughts there. Besides, she also thought that it would be a great place to develop and share my writing, in hope that I might eventually get discovered or at the very least find my place amongst the fray.
Q2. What is your favourite book?
My favorite book at the moment is A Northern Light by Jennifer Donnelly. I read it this past December and fell utterly and completely in love with it! It made me want to read and never ever stop.
Q3. What do you dislike the most?
In all aspects of everything I dislike prejudice of any kind, but I hate when a certain prejudice is normalized, like it is something that is ok to feel and express. To me, we are all unique and beautiful humans, there is no reason to have prejudice just because someone acts, thinks, looks, or believes differently from yourself.
Q4. What is your favourite food item from the mall?
I love the Rajas con Queso tamales from the tamale house in the mall. They are delicious, especially with chilie.
Q5. What is your favourite pastime?
Well, reading books of course! This blog wouldn’t exist if that was not the truth. Traveling through time and space in a book is incredible. Everything that can be thought of is contained between pages of books.