I’m baaaaaaaaack my little Hungarian Horntails! I hope you’ve all had a lovely week, I can’t wait to finally catch up on all of your posts now I’m back in the country. ❤
Thank you so much to Fatima @ Noteablepad for nominating me absolutely AGES ago, sorry it’s taken me so long to get on with it! Her blog is absolutely bloody beautiful and I recommend you go and feast your eyes upon it as soon as you can. You can check out her post right here. Clickety click.
- Thank and link the blogger that nominated you.
- Answer the 7 questions that the nomination has provided you.
- Create 7 questions for your nominees.
- Nominate 7 other bloggers.
Quick! The Epitome of Evil in the world is burning your books! What do you do?
I’m not sure I’d actually be able to react in this sort of situation due to shock. I think my first thought would be to grab whatever is left and go into hiding. Stroking remaining books and crying is optional, but likely.
You wake up one morning with no memories, but only one book holds the key to your memories. Which book is that?
Hmmm. This is an interesting question! I’m going to have to be predictable and go with Harry Potter. I was rarely seen without a Harry Potter book, film or piece of memorabilia throughout my childhood, and because the books came out as I was growing up they correspond to so many events and experiences in my life.
What book do you wish never ended?
I really, really wish I could go back and read The Chaos Walking Trilogy by Patrick Ness all over again. I was gutted when I turned the last page of the third book and realised that it was over.
What time do you sleep (if you sleep at all)?
I love sleep. Sleep is my favourite. At uni, napping was almost like a sport to me. Now, because I have a job and am supposedly an adult (boo), I tend to go to bed between 10pm and 11.30pm most nights.
If you could visit any country in the world, where would you go?
So, so many. I absolutely adore traveling, but my bank account on the other hand, does not. If money wasn’t an object, I’d book myself on a flight to either Mexico or Vietnam tomorrow and then promptly eat myself into a coma on arrival.
What’s your favourite childhood movie?
Ah that’s such a hard one! My favourite childhood movie is probably a toss up between The Labyrinth or a film called Andre, which I rented from my local Blockbuster about 800 times (RIP Blockbuster, you are sorely missed). It’s about a girl who adopts a seal and weirdly, no one other than me seems to have seen it. PLEASE SOMEONE TELL ME YOU’VE SEEN THE FILM ABOUT THE SEAL.
What would your last words be, if you had a choice?
I suppose it depends on what happens to me between now and my time to leave the planet, and if I end up with any major regrets. I hope that my last words let the important people in my life (whoever they may be) know how much I love them.
- If you could have any food right here, right now, what would it be?
- What did you want to be when you grew up?
- You get to go on a week-long clubbing holiday with three book characters – there will be sunburn, cocktails and bad dancing. Who would you choose and why?
- What’s your favourite fairy tale?
- Describe your ideal reading spot. It doesn’t have to be a real place!
- Would you rather fight ten guinea pig sized Voldemorts, or one Voldemort sized guinea pig?
- What’s the worst book you’ve read in the last month and why?
- Emma @ The Bookish Underdog
- Jess @ The Mud and Stars Book Blog
- Beth @ Reading Every Night
- Donna @ ChocolatenWaffles’ Blog
- Kai @ Black Cat Kai
- Amanda @ Cover2CoverMom
- Kirstie Ellen @ Upside-Down Books
I’m really sorry if you guys have already been nominated, please feel free to give it a miss if you’ve already been there and done it!