I’m super excited to announce that I’ve been nominated for the Unique Blogger Award! My blog is fairly new and this is my first award so it’s a big deal for me. I can’t thank Raistlin0903 enough for nominating me. Definitely go and check out his blog – he does some fantastic reviews of movies, TV and books. I’ve even discovered a great new anime series called ‘Orange’ through his blog which I’m really enjoying so far.
• Share the link of the blogger who has shown love to you by nominating you
• Answer the questions
• In the spirit of sharing love and solidarity with our blogging family, nominate 8-13 people for the same award
• Ask them three questions
1 If there was anything you could change about your favourite movie or novel, to make it even more perfect, what would it be?
Not the most original answer, but my favourite book series is Harry Potter. And while I would not dare to suggest that such a masterpiece needs changing in any way, I really wish J.K would write a canon series about the marauders. She’s clearly interested in exploring more of the Potter universe which I think is great, but if she wrote a screenplay about the marauders I think I would actually die with happiness. There’s so much potential! Ah well, guess I will just have to satisfy my bromance cravings with fan-fiction for now.
2 Name three topics that you haven’t written a post on yet, but might be planning sometime in the future.
- I’m planning to write about my experiences with self-publishing through Amazon kindle, as I think it might be helpful to anyone thinking of going through the process too.
- I want to write a ‘twitter guide’ for authors, as I think it’s an incredibly important tool for self-promotion and working in marketing has made me see social media in a whole new light.
- I’ve read a lot of excellent YA books lately dealing with mental health, so I will be doing a round up of those and discussing how mental health is portrayed in the YA genre.
3 If you could arrange a debate between two people that you admire, who would they be, and why would you want to let them debate?
Virginia Woolf and Caitlin Moran – obviously it’s not possible as Woolf is dead, but they’re both such different characters in the world of feminist writing that I think it’d be interesting to see them discuss it.
- What’s one cliche or trope that you secretly really enjoy in a book, movie or TV show?
- If you could have a dinner date with one fictional character, who would it be and why?
- What’s the next thing you’re looking forward to?