- Write a post including the award picture
- Nominate 12 other bloggers who are funny, inspiring, and most importantly entertaining!
- Nominees will answer the same questions as the ones below
- Thank the person who nominated you and leave a link to their blog
- Answer the questions down below
What do you hope to gain from blogging?
A chance to connect with other people. Writing can be such as solitary experience, and blogging gives me the opportunity to talk to people globally, in my pyjamas. Who wouldn’t love that?
What genre of film entertains you the most?
Anything hated by critics. I don’t know why, but if a movie is panned or if a whole group of people complained that a remake ruined their childhood – then I’ll most probably love it.
Do you consider yourself a writer, and what inspires you to write?
Yes, I consider myself a writer. Some days not a very good one. I might not be published, but no one can stop me from writing. Everything inspires me to write. It could be a sound, or a smell or even a conversation. Most of the time it’s ‘what if’ questions. Like what if floors, walls and ceilings of buildings were made out of glass?
Why did you choose your particular WordPress username?
It’s my name. I know totally original but hopefully it will become by brand.
What is your favourite book, and why does it speak to you?
The current book is usually the favourite. I’m reading Archangel’s Heart by Nalini Singh and loving it!
What is your favourite song, and why does it speak to you?
Leave Me Alone, by P!nk. I’m an introvert and I love to be on my own. Good thing I have a husband who understands that.
What is your favourite photograph, and why does it speak to you?
A photo of my husband and Miss 2 sleeping. Enough said.
My nominees are:
(Side note. If you guys don’t do the ‘award’ thing, then that’s fine. It’s just that I freaking love your blogs. Alright.)
- Thoughts Stained With Ink
- Flying Through Water
- Pirate Patty
- A Wilderness Within
- Joeyfully Stated
- Learning to Live Like Water
- Catherine M James
- Charles French
- Space, Time and Raspberries