I have some explaining to do. I’m sorry I haven’t posted for more than three weeks. It sounds so awful saying/writing this.
After I came back from my trip to Italy, I had an enormous travel hangover. I couldn’t bring myself to do anything productive. Have you ever had that feeling? I haven’t been active on my blog or Goodreads or read longer than one hour. It was a strange moment in my life, certainly not something I’m proud of. But since yesterday I feel like I’m over it and I feel great. I am finally doing useful things again!
Still, I am internally crying my eyes out at the moment. I can’t believe the last episodes of PLL are here!
Oh, the times we shared together… I still think back to the moments with Maya and Wren, even Jenna (or –spoiler alert– when I was convinced Alison was dead). Good times, good times.
Thank you so much notsomoderngirl for nominating me for this award! You are awesome!
- Share a link to the blogger who nominated you.
- Answer the questions they’ve set.
- Nominate 8-13 people for the same award.
- Ask them three questions, which they will answer in their award post
1. If you could change the ending of one book, which would it be?
It’s not often that I want to change the ending of a book, but there is one ending I was not okay with. That was with Caraval. To me, the ending felt blunt. The author went a little too easy about the ending events. Yeah, that read, unfortunately, wasn’t a good one.
2. Is there a film that you would say is better than the book it’s based on? Which one?
Good question. It had me thinking for quite a long time! Only in rare cases that ever happens to me. Maybe some people would disagree with me, but I really enjoyed the movies of the Hunger Games. Not that it was way better than the book, of course.
I haven’t read all the books in the Vampire Diaries series, but I definitely know I like the show more.
3. What’s something about you that makes you unique? (Seeing as this is the unique blogger award )!
Ah, time to get my narcissist side out! Kidding, I don’t have one.
Or maybe I do?
I think every blog has his unique aspect to it! I know that sounds cheesy or cliché, but I truly think that it’s true. What I love to do to make my blog ‘stand out’ is to customize my blog. I enjoy creating the headers of the posts, choosing the right fonts and searching images and gifs, etc.
Every blog also has his own vibe to it. I try to make mine as positive as possible. And create a place where other bloggers have a great time. I hope I succeed only a little bit in that.
- What do you like most about being a (book)blogger?
- Which bookstagram accounts are your favorite?
- What distracts you easily when you’re reading?
Thank you so much for reading!