Today is one of the best Friday that I ever had this month. Simply because I am one of the featured blogger hosted by Parajunkeeand Alison Can Read. I feel like one of the luckiest blogger this month. Seriously. I still feel a bit light-headed because of the whole thing. And yes, I don't set to much high standards of happiness. Also, check another Featured Blogger Loving the Language of Literacy.
When did you start blogging?
I started blogging way back April 2011. My officemate told me that other than talking and sharing
book stuff personally, I can also post my thoughts to all the books that I dearly love.
What is your favorite part of book blogging?
Meeting different readers around the world. It was awesome to see how I can slowly interact and fangirl with them. It was such a blessing when I met my book blogger friends in our country. If given a chance, I will do all my best to meet all the people that I get to interact with everytime I start a conversation about fictional *hot* guys. Of course, the heavenly feeling part of blogging is getting to interact with authors.
What type of books do you mainly blog about?
I usually blog about fiction. Anything that is related to fiction, I'm all in. The common fictional books that I blogged about are YA Dystopia and Sci-fi. And for some reason, I can't finish an erotic novel. I haven't read or blogged any books regarding it, but I will try to start and finish them. *I swear*
What is your favorite book(s)?
My all time favorite books are Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom and My Name is Memory by Anne Brashares. Simply because these two special books made me cry seriously. I don't even care if people stared at me at that time. I never thought books can make me feel that way. And I am glad it did.
What has been the best thing that has happened to you because of book blogging?
Book blogging take away my insecurities. Honestly, when I started blogging, I am always insecure with the bloggers who already had so much followers in an instant. I was so eager to be like them as well. But then as I get to know different bloggers and readers, it was such a great feeling to realize how they all worked hard to achieve such things. I realize book blogging is a mixture of dedication and love.
Here is the week's question
What is your favorite tv series that you can watch over and over again on Netflix?
I haven't tried watching on Netflix to be honest, but assuming that I watch tv series on it. I will always watch over and over and over Sherlock until I get to follow how he did all the investigation and all the quick turn-around of the scenes. Also, I really wanted his brain. *I am not a zombie, not yet.*