Siblinghood/Sisterhood of the World Bloggers 1


Right off the bat, I’m posting another blog award. I decided to finally accept it because I am really down and I wanted to answer some questions that will hopefully make you smile and we can agree on certain things. Be warned: This is a very long post. Consider this as a comeback of some sorts. I went through a lot in those two weeks. Ugh finals.

I was nominated by Catia at The Girl Who Read Too Much, Jenny at Reader In A Reverie, Aneta at Inspire Script, Calliope at Calliope The Book Goddess , and abookesia. Thank you so much. I really appreciate it and I am very sorry that I was not able to do this one sooner. But I just want you guys to know that I love your writing and I admire your blog posts. ❤ This will be two posts, since I really want to go on about a full detail regarding each person’s questions.

1. Thank the blogger who nominated you, linking back to their site.
2. Put the award logo on your blog.
3. Answer the ten questions sent to you.
4. Make up ten new questions for your nominees to answer.
5. Nominate ten blogs.

Now onto the award!

Here are my answers to Catia’s questions:

  1. What did you want to be when you grew up?
  • I originally wanted to be a nurse so that I could monitor my dad’s health. But you guys know where I headed and it kinda sucks. Grin and bear it, that’s the plan.
  1. What’s the song you’re constantly listening to?
  • Rather Be by Clean Bandit feat. Jess Glynne. I could listen to it anytime, anywhere, any place, at any point. It has been stuck in head for a year and 7 months now. I use it as my alarm, my ringtone and message alert. Yet I still can’t get it out of my head. ♡ And when I am bummed about school, I just listen to it and I am automically assured that everything is going to be alright.


  1. You’re stranded in an island. Which 3 things would you take with you?
  • A book, a water purifier and pillows. I don’t even know why. Oh the wonders of the human brain.
  1. If you could go anywhere on the planet, where would you want to go?
  • My answers to these questions will always be London. I really want to go see the place and be all like, “London? Oh yes, I live there. In a studio flat at Wetminster.” As Lord Kitchener would sing, “London is the place for me.”
Appropriate Sherlock London gif
Appropriate Sherlock London gif
  1. Are you a dog person or a cat person?
  • I’m not an animal person in general. But between the dog and the cat, I usually go with the cat because dogs scare me when they’re barking. My mother passed on the phobia for dogs.
  1. If you could go hang out with 2-3 characters for a day, where would you go (fictional), what would you do and why would you do it?
  • I really just want to spend a day with a single character and that is Newt from The Maze Runner. I would give that guy the best day of his life. I would make him feel like everything is normal. I would take him out of that world. And I just want to reassure him that everything is okay, no matter what happens. I would take him to the world of contemporaries, becaude I just want him to have hope. Okay, now I’m teary eyed. Newwwwwt.


  1. Name 3-5 fabulous people you met because of blogging
  • Jennifer Niven, the author of All The Bright Places is just so wonderful. I haven’t met her personally but she is the friendliest author that I have ever got to even interact with. She is just the sweetest. She was also my first follower on Instagram. It took me a day to get over the fact that she was following me on social media. Honestly, she is just the best. Also, I don’t say this much but every blogger I get to interact with brings a smile to my face. I can ramble for hours but let’s not go there yet. :3 Plus, I ♡ all you.
  1. Did you have a book that meant a lot to you as a child?
  • Yes, Harry Potter.
  1. What books were you “forced” to read in high school but ended up loving?
  • I guess it would probably be “Ben Singkol” by F. Sionil Jose. He is a Filipino author and I was hesitant to read it at first. But since it was a required reading project, I got through it. The history bit helped a lot. I enjoyed the book all throughout, even if some of the scenes were too graphic for me. I was 13 then. It is linked to its Goodreads page just in case you want to read it. The whole thing is in English and it so darn good.


  1. A book you keep recommending you everyone you meet?
  • It is always Harry Potter. ALWAYS. Every conversation goes like, “Do you read Harry Potter.” If they say no, I’ll go, “What is wrong with the world???”.

Now here are my answers to Jenny’s questions:

  1. If you could take any fictional character to the cinema, who would you take, and what film would you see?
  • Tough one. But then, the first character that came into my mind was Greg Gaines. And we would watch all of the Oscar contender films. Or maybe Casablanca, because I think he would jump the Humphrey Bogart bandwagon with me. And then after that, maybe we can watch Aguirre: The Wrath of God (Yep, it’s a real movie. Look it up. It’s so… graphic.)
  1. Why did you start a blog?
  • There are 3 main reasons on why I started a blog.

1) I wanted to decipher the unfathomable theory of how much money book people spend on their book hauls.

2) I found it implausible to share what I truly am on my personal accounts.

3) I get to keep tabs on what books I can get my hands on :3

  1. Your favourite blog post (the post you most enjoyed writing)?
  • My review for the movie Heneral Luna. Not only did I enjoy writing the review about it, but I also enjoyed the process of watching on how they made the movie. Doing a background search on it helped me expressed my views in a more vivid and remarkable tone. It also showcased the inner history nerd in me, which is probably the side that people don’t usually see in me.


  1. Favourite male character?
  • Newt from The Maze Runner. I mean just… I LOVE HIM SO MUCH.


  1. Favourite female character?
  • Hermione Granger from the Harry freakin Potter series.


  1. Least favourite character?
  • Dolores freakin Umbridge.


  1. If you could pair a fictional book character with a Disney character, who would you pair and why (romantically or otherwise)?
  • I don’t know if it’s weird or anything but I totally ship Newt and Elsa. (Because Elsa is my Disney spirit guide.)
  1. The book that made you the most emotional?
  • This dang book *insert The Death Cure* here. And to add, I haven’t read half of The Maze Runner and then I got spoiled on Pinterest. Totally made me conflicted.
  1. A song that reminds you of a book?
  • There’s this song or rather instrumental on the start of Midnight in Paris that just plays in my head while I was reading The Secret Paris Cinema Club. I know it’s cliche but I just love that book and the song just gives it a more romantic vibe. You can listen to it here.
  1. If you could take any character and put them into another book world, who would you put in what world?
  • I will put Newt in a contemporary because he’ll be safe there. Do you hear me James Dashner??? I DEFY THE LAWS OF THE MAZE. #BREAKTHEMAZE #BREAKTHESCORCH

Here are my answers to Aneta’s questions:

  1. Do you have a book that you’ve read more than twice, and would still return to?
  • I have read The Perks of Being A Wallflower pretty much whenever I get bored so there’s that.

2. Have you read any graphic novels?

  • Not really? I have only discovered about graphic novels recently. But I do want to buy Nimona, That One Summer and The Fangirl’s Guide to Galaxy. Hopefully soon 🙂

3. iPhone or Samsung?

  • I can’t really afford an iPhone so definitely going with Samsung. (Incidently enough, I’m using it to type this blog post lol)

4. What is one of your guilty pleasures?

  • Being a perfectionist? I don’t really know if eating pizza is a guilty pleasure because technically, it’s everyone’s dream to have unlimited supply of the pizza of their choice. Mine is the one with a lot of cheese and Italian tomato sauce.

5. Favourite scary movie?

  •  I don’t watch scary movies. I just have a low tolerance on it and I cry when I watch one. The only movie that I got to watch alone was Scream 4. I mean, I cried watching Filipino horror movies, okay?

6. What are you currently reading?

  • All The Bright Places by Jennifer Niven. I am almost halfway through the book, and I have a bad feeling about it. But then, don’t you dare! No spoilers!

7. What fictional character would you choose to be your best friend?

  • This question is so hard. But oh well, I want to be best friends with A from Every Day. It’s just… you know what, we need to make a discussion post about this.

8. Do you speak any languages other than English?

  • Tagalog, most definitely. Hello nga pala sa mga idol kong Filipino bloggers 😉 English is just my second language, even if it was the first language that I learned. I also speak basic French, German and Spanish. And I can also speak basic Japanese greetings. Hahaha.


9. Favourite snack?

  • Pizza. Ice cream. Ugh my mouth is watering right now. I need food.

10. Favourite TV show?

  • Friends. You can never go wrong with Friends.


But if you want some recommendations, I would gladly give you some of my most favorite TV shows.


  • The Big Bang Theory (because they use big words and I want to use those big words when I write)
  • How I Met Your Mother (I love how it’s going so far but I am already questioning the ending)
  • How To Get Away With Murder (because Viola Davis is awesome)
  • The Awesomes (a unique cartoon that I absolutely love)
  • Saturday Night Live (because it’s funny and now I get the American sense of humor)
  • Glee (the singing and the dancing)
  • Parks and Recreation (the cast is just incredible)
  • Game of Thrones (do I even need to explain?)
  • Once Upon A Time(The little kid in me just wants Regina to have her happy ending. Stop tormenting the Evil Queen already.)

Whew. Well now that’s done. It’s time for the fun part: nominating other bloggers that very much deserve this award as well. I intentionally put in very random questions because you know… fangirling and such covers wide aspects. I also put in challenges to add additional fun. Have fun answering!

  1. If you get to pick between living in the world of the Moulin Rouge and Les Miserables, where would it be exactly?
  2. Yay or nay? Pick a random character from two books. Did the ship sail or not?
  3. If you could hang out with a book blogger/booktuber for a day, who would they be?
  4. Tell me about something unusual. Do you have unusual habits and hobbies?
  5. Can you recommend your all time favorite book through poetry?
  6. When was the last time you ate something amazing? Granted it’s pizza, you can skip this.
  7. On a scale of 1 – 7, how often do overload in fangirling/fanboying?
  8. Latest on musical charts, what music do you often listen to?
  9. Friends or How I Met Your Mother?
  10. How did blogging affect you as a person?

Now it’s your turn! I just think you deserve this award more than me. *cough* *cough* Awesome bloggers alert. But then you guys, it is not mandatory to answer. I know you get tagged by these awards a lot. **you deserve them, okay? I am also not tagging ten people because that is just how I roll. Hahaha.

Wesaun at Oreo and Books

Cristina at My Tiny Obsessions

Aentee at Read At Midnight

Jenna at Reading With Jenna

Keira at Signing On

Kat at Life and Other Disasters

Lia at Bookland

Shivalika at Whimsy Journals

Go have fun now. And I am sorry? to bombard on such a long blog post. But then there’s [Part 2]! Aye! My answers for Calliope and abookesia’s is there. I really am bad at endings. This is bothering me. Hahaha.


Real Neat Blog Award Part 2

Real Neat

Well,  the overwhelming thing is that I can be forgetful sometimes.

And starting off, I want to say sorry to the lovely person who has also tagged me for this award: Alysyn @ Rein Reads. I did not get the chance to include her nomination on my original post so I solely dedicate this post to her. Thank you for nominating me, Alysyn. Rest assured, I promise to keep tabs on every tag and award I get.

Here are my answers to her questions:

  1. What’s a book you thought you’d hate, but actually really loved?
  • I actually don’t know if I hate a book… because I don’t use the word “hate” often. :3 But I would have to say that the book is Twilight. I thought I would not like the premise, but it intrigued me while I was reading it. I went into the vampire phase but not to the full extent of going AWOL about it.

2. What trope or common feature in a lot of stories do you hate?

  • I don’t like having to read really, really whiny characters. While I can still tolerate some of it, when they get really whiny I finish the book and then just stare at it.

3. Do you have a favorite genre? What is it?

  • I really like contemporaries. Young adult contemporaries are my safe haven. I love reading about other people’s thoughts, usually a male’s perspective.

4. Where do you buy most of your books? Which store or online site? Ebooks?

  • I buy most of my books at our local bookstore here which is National Bookstore. But once in a while when I get annoyed of their lack of titles, I convince my mom to let me buy at the nearest Fully Booked. I prefer National Bookstore in terms of quick buys but I prefer Fully Booked when it comes to buying recently released titles. In fact, I’m going to ransack that place on my birthday. Kidding.

5. Do you have any bookish gift ideas?

  • I think… Usually I go for customized bookmarks since I can just go edit those. It depends on the person in question on what bookish item I can give them. I’ll go with accessories and trinkets.

6. Do you follow any booktubers? If so please name them because I need more to follow!

7. There are two books on a shelf. One has an awful title & a beautiful cover, the other has a banging title & a horrific cover. This is all you know about the two books, but you have to buy one. Which do you buy?

  • The one with the pretty cover. I’m just being real here. 😀

There you go with a blog award continuation. Again, sorry for forgetting the tag. But I still love you all nonetheless.


Real Neat Blog Award

Real Neat

Before anything else, I just want to thank you guys first. I mean, I’ve only been here for three months. In those three months, my life has changed so much. I got more in the zone and I got myself together. I gained a lot of friends and I pushed myself harder than usual. So when this little bae popped up from my notifications, I knew that I had to go do something.


Hence, I finally had the guts to accept this pretty nomination. I want you guys to know more about me so I guess this post is somewhat my thank you for all of you who are kind enough to follow me. But first, I would like to thank Hannah @ Readvive and Jessica @ Mud and Stars . It means a lot to me, especially if someone tags or nominates me for something. Rest assured, I’m going to do all those tags. Not one neglected. Thank you very much. ❤ As tradition has stated, I will be assisted by some incredibly helpful Chandler Bing gifs.

The Rules:

1. Thank and link the blogger who nominated you.
2. Answer the 7 questions the nomination has provided. 
3. Nominate 7 other bloggers.
4. Create 7 questions for your nominees.

Here are my answers for Hannah’s questions:

  1. What book from your childhood had the biggest impact on you?
  • The easiest answer to this question is Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. I would not be The Ultimate Fangirl if not because of that book. It started the magic and it sparked my vast interest for books. But, I also had this big book of fairy tales by the Grimm Brothers that I keep somewhere in the house. I consider it as treasure because I used to never leave the house without it.

2.  Cookies without milk, or milk without cookies?

  • I don’t think I can answer this question with coming up with a conclusion on which is best to live by without. I cannot eat cookies without and milk is much more better with cookies. Besides, if there’s just cookies, there would not be a cookies and cream flavored ice cream. I would be very depressed indeed.

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3.  If you could chat with any author, alive or dead, who would it be and why?

  • Does ol’ William Shakespeare count even if he’s a playwright? But I would rather talk to Stephen Chbosky more than anything else in this world. Notice me, Sir. I just find his works very interesting and he wrote THAT book. And then directed it. BASICALLY MY DREAM JOB. RIGHT THERE. How did he do it? Okay, I will stop now.

4.  What is your current life soundtrack?

  • Jess Glynne’s new album. I live and breathe her music. Right down to my very core. Also, I think it’s about time I dedicate a fangirl corner for her. Jess Glynne is my queen! ❤

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5.  What is your biggest pet peeve?

  • I have tons. Most of the time, it is incorrect grammar. But there’s this hatred in me when I buy a book. The plastic used to keep it secure make the pages dog-ear. I HATE IT. (Note on the proper use of the word “hate” there. I want something done about it because it ruins a perfectly good book. That’s how it’s done.)


6.  What is the nicest thing someone has ever done for you?

  • My mother buying the Harry Potter books and the movies in DVD’s. No one can top those magical moments in my life.

7.  If you could live inside any book, which would you choose and why?

  • I have a feeling that you already know where I want to live in. I have mentioned it like a bajillion times. Make sure you visit me in the Ravenclaw common room, okay?

Now here are my answers for Jessica’s questions:

  1. What would be the one book you’d recommend to someone who says they don’t like reading?
  • Right off the bat, I’m going to say Harry Potter… Again. And here is my monologue for that wonderful person, “I don’t care if you don’t like reading. Here’s a book. You will thank me later for changing your life forever. You’re welcome.”


2.  Are there any books which have been made into a film where you think the film is better than the book? (And also, because I’m curious, which film adaptation do you think completely butchered a book you love?)

  • I don’t know if you people will agree with me but I absolutely loved the movie adaptation of The Fault In Our Stars by John Green. It made me cry more than the book did and I absolutely loved crying about it. Maybe it’s because of the casting that disappointed some but I already had them in mind when I was reading TFIOS.But also, don’t get me started on Beautiful Creatures and City of Bones. Just no.

3.  How many books have you read this year, and how many are you aiming to read by the end of 2015?

  • YOLO on this subject. I have only read so few a books this year that I predict you can count with your fingers and toes. I’m aiming to get more books so I won’t have to curse my ebook reader every single time. Yet according to my Goodreads account, I was aiming to read just 30 books. Can I go sit in a corner and eat with a bucket of popcorn and read about the success stories of people who have read 100+ books with just 4 months of the year remaining? You know who you are. Kidding. 😀

4.  What’s a book that everyone else seems to love, but you were disappointed by?

  • I don’t know. I really don’t “DNF” books because I read what floats my boat. I have nothing to say.

5.  What do you think will be the next big trend in YA books (or books in general?)

  • There’s this weird voice on the back of my head (No, it’s not Voldemort, mind you.) that says it will be historical fiction. I have no basis for my answer on this question because I just feel like it. And also I really want to read Legacy of Kings, which sort of historical fiction.


6.  Which book on your shelf has the most beautiful cover?

  • Do I even need to explain any further? I mean when I bought this book, I just could not stop staring at it because its gloriousness. Is this not the most wonderful book cover ever?


7.  Which main character from a book do you think is most similar to you?

  • This book character named Ella Enchanted. You know that book where the girl is gifted with obedience? I just love her so much. I feel like her in every way. I used to loathe her, just because people used her name to tease me. But now, as Ella has taught me, I just need to follow heart and make the decisions that will make me happy. It’s also my favorite guilty pleasure movie.

We now proceed to the lovely bloggers that I want to nominate for this wonderful award. I don’t know if they have done it, but rest assured, the people I’m nominating below deserve this lovely award. You should definitely follow them as well because they all have such beautiful blogs. ❤

Dee @ The Bookish Khaleesi

Coffee Book Love

Fran @ Nightjar’s Jar of Books

Qui @ Qui Reads

Jen @ My Bookie Journey

Shannon @ Books That Love You Back

Tanaz @ Bookish Freaks

My questions for you guys ❤

  1. What is your most favorite underrated book? If you have a lot, feel free to list them down.
  2. Are you a fast reader or a mellow reader?
  3. Any favorite Booktuber/blogger?
  4. How did you pick up your blog name?
  5. Did you ever fall asleep with a book on your face?
  6. What genre makes you cringe?
  7. Can you give us an advice if ever we have a reading slump?

There you go wonderful people! I hope you enjoyed my answers and I hope that you stay tuned to my blog. I still can’t believe that number. More posts, more fangirling and more vast improvements. And also my birthday’s next month so I have a little treat coming up. 😉


Liebster Award


I know. I’m bad at keeping up with tags. WordPress continues to overwhelm me with wonderful posts and wonderful bloggers. I just love it here.

But first off, I want to thank the special people who nominated me for this award:

Annelise @ The Book Adventures of Annelise Lestrange , and Savi @ Yatopia . You have no idea how happy you made me when I saw my name tagged. ❤

Here are the rules of this beloved award:


Onto the questions!

Annelise’s questions:

  1. How did you start to like reading?
  • I feel like I have mentioned this before. 😀 I started to like reading since I was 4, for reasons unfathomable and incomprehensible for my then tiny brain. I just liked doing it because I saw my mom doing it often.

2. Do you prefer reading paperbacks/hardcovers or ebooks?

  • It usually depends on what mood I’m in. One of my early posts made me rant about ebooks. But then again, those are just teenager hormones. Usually when I’m dying to read a book, I read an ebook.

3. If you were send to a desert island and could only bring a small non-Hermione bag, what would you put in it?

  • A mirror, a fan, and an everlasting Gobstopper. I don’t know. That’s just how my mind works right now.

4. Do you rate the books you read? If you do, what’s your criterion?

  • Yes, I do. Then again, I notice that I don’t give low ratings to books. I mean, I wouldn’t read it in the first place if no one loved it. If the book made me smile while reading it and it did not make me feel like crap while reading it automatically gives the book a 4-star rating.

5. What’s your most loved gender for books? And most hated?

  • I love contemporary novels. Just because they are so easy to read and they speak to me a lot (especially YA books narrated by males). I don’t hate any specific one… Because every books needs to be loved. (Even an algebra book, even if it doesn’t love you back. Joke.)

6. What’s you zodiac sign?

  • I’m an indecisive Libra. Pretty ironic, isn’t it?

7. Do you like to eat while reading? If you do, what’s your favorite food to go with a book?

  • Yes, I eat while I read. Bit weird but I’m also a ninja because I make sure the food is away from the book. I don’t have a favorite because I just want something to chew while I read. But I do prefer tuna in cans with rice and sour cream chips. Classy. Teeheee.

8. Do you like to read comics/mangas?

  • Of course! I particularly love Archie and X-Men comics while I love the art of Fairy Tail and Kuroko no Basket mangas.

9. If you could move to another country, which would you choose?

  • I will live in a studio flat in Westminster, London, UK. I would kill to live in London. It’s the dream. (And because a particular English actor that I absolutely fancy lives there. Wait for me future hubby! //shots)


10. Do you have any pets?

  • Nope, I don’t have one. I’m severely allergic, sadly. We used to own a fish but it died because no one attended to it while we were on a one-week vacation. R.I.P. fighter. 😦

11. In which Hogwarts house are you?

  • As I said in a previous tag, I was sorted to Ravenclaw twice. Raise the banner, #RavenclawPride.

Now onto Savi’s questions!

  1. If you could live in one book series for a week, what one would you pick and why?
  • Nothing would make me happier than to live in the world of Harry Potter for a week. I’d probably die by the end of that week. Probably because the inner Potterhead in me can’t bear to leave the place.

2.  Which three male characters would you kiss, kill and marry and why?

  • Easy. I will kiss Chaol Westfall from the Throne of Glass series for reasons that I want to keep to myself. I will kill Christian Grey (no offense to anyone who loves Fifty Shades of Grey but sorry). And I will marry Greg Gaines from Me and Earl and the Dying Girl. Greg and I will make films until we’re old. ❤

3.  Who is your favorite author?

  • This question is killing me. I love every author to bits but if I could choose, the goddess of writing is J.K. Rowling. But all other others are gods and goddesses too. Agh.

4.  Is there a book that you have read that would like to see turned into a film?

  • I don’t really know… I also have this dream of turning YA books into films but I’m really itching to see a film adaptation of Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock by Matthew Quick.

5.  What is your favorite book quote?

“We accept the love we think we deserve.”

  • From Charlie of The Perks of Being A Wallflower

6.  Is there a film adaption of a book you’ve read that you are sincerely disappointed with?

  • Magically, none. I may say it’s a bit of downlow but I don’t watch movies if it’s labeled, “Crappy adaptation of a very very famous book.”

7.  What is your favorite children’s book?

  • For a kid who grew up in the golden age of Harry Potter, the series is just the thing that defines my childhood. I am starting to feel like this turning into a Harry Potter post. Hahaha.

8.  Would you rather be stuck in a horror book or a fantasy book?

  • I would rather die than to be stuck in a horror book. So let’s go to the land of fantasy!

9. If you could write your own YA novel, which actor would you want to play the male lead?

  • I want Thomas Brodie-Sangster to be the male lead. He’s always the one I’m picturing of whenever I feel like writing a novel (that I don’t finish). You can Google him, but oy, he’s mine first.

10.  Why and when did you start a book blog?

  • I wouldn’t exactly call my blog a book blog because it’s really complicated as I named it “The Ultimate Fangirl”. But I started blogging because I had no platform to share my feelings on a certain topic like for example: the Monica’s Poems for Sam series here on my blog. There’s no way that I could post that on Facebook without embarrassing myself. And I can’t post that on Twitter as well. Blogging is my safe haven. And I want it to stay that way.

11.  Do you want to write in the future?

  • It depends. I always have stories going on inside my head but I’m terrible at endings. As much as I want to pursue it, endings will become the end of me. Get it? Okay. :3

Whew. Yay! I did it. Now, for some weird facts about moi.

  1. By September, I might have cosplayed Elsa of Arendelle already.
  2. My last name sounds like a rip-off of a car brand.
  3. My favorite singer is Jess Glynne.
  4. I am currently working on a lot of different programs.
  5. My ears usually filter sounds when I’m reading.
  6. I could read in a noisy room if I’m too engrossed with what I’m reading.
  7. My top 2 celebrity crushes are Thomas Brodie-Sangster and Ansel Elgort.
  8. I get the best ideas when my personal bloody war is about to come. I don’t know why but it’s weird.
  9. Chandler Bing is my favorite Friend.
  10. Math is my waterloo.
  11. Unrequited for 13 years. And counting?

And here are my questions for the people I will be tagging:

  1. When did you feel the urge to blog?
  2. Do you want to hit Joffrey Baratheon?
  3. How much of a Potterhead are you?
  4. Did you blow your brains out before you got satisfied with your blog name?
  5. How do you get out of a reading slump?
  6. On a scale of 1 – 10, how crazy are you for the anticipated -ber month releases of 2015?
  7. What is your take on Deadpool?
  8. Can you fall asleep with a book wide open on your face?
  9. Have you tried the Infinite Book Challenge? And if yes, how many books did you get and how did you surpass the mental block?
  10. Any favorite Booktuber/blogger?
  11. What’s your favorite pizza topping? Does it look good on a book?

I know my questions are weird, okay? But I really want to know your take and yes, it’s okay to answer crazily.

Aye, that’s it for me. Gosh, I don’t who hasn’t been nominated and who is. I want to thank Annelise and Savi for the nomination again. ❤

I will probably update this post tomorrow for the people I will tag but for now, if you want to answer the questions, you can.

It’s 1 am. And I’m still awake. But until then,