I want to thank Siren @ Sweaters and Raindrops for tagging me for this fun tag!
- Display the award logo on your blog.
- Thank the blogger who nominated you and provide a link to their blog.
- Mention Okoto Enigma, the creator of the award.
- Tell your readers 3 things about yourself.
- Answer 5 questions from the blogger who nominated you.
- Nominate 10 – 20 bloggers.
- Notify your nominees by leaving a comment on their blog.
- Ask your nominees 5 questions of your choice, including 1 weird or funny question.
- Share the link to your best post.
Tell 3 Things About Yourself
- I have a deep fear for frogs. All shapes and sizes. I have very few fears, but frogs literally make me cry and panic irrationally. I actually skipped my live dissection lab class in my zoology class back in college because of that fear, which I really appreciate my professor for understanding it.
- I used to paint and draw. Arts, such as traditionally sketching in paper and painting in canvases, have been my comfort while I was growing up, and it was my first love before books came along. I haven’t practiced it over the years lately, but I really do wish I could continue with it in the future.
- I love Kim Possible. It’s my most favorite cartoon show growing up, and I can’t remember how many times I rewatched this show. I even had a ton of merch, too!
If you had to work but didn’t need the money, what would you choose to do?
I would probably work as a university researcher. Being a researcher has always been my big “what if I didn’t go into medical school” because I enjoyed my time doing my thesis with my professor, who was a really amazing geneticist. I had a lot of fun working alongside her in with her various projects and all the stories she’d told me about her experiences over the years. Plus, she gets to travel everywhere and have an armada of research assistants at her disposal. I wanted that kind of job that makes me travel and study at the same time.
The best part of waking up is?
It’s a brand new day to be thankful. With the world currently still being a dystopian novel, it’s already a miracle to be able to wake up the next day – it just means we’re still alive, healthy and surviving. And my dogs need me and their daily pets and hugs.
Would you rather never be able to express yourself accurately or always have to say the exact truth?
To always have to say the exact truth. I’m a very frank and honest person, so I always prefer to say whatever is in my thoughts rather than not expressing myself. It’s not really my problem anymore if people would get offended or upset with the truths I tell them.
Who or what inspires you to be a better person?
My parents and very strong personality are the ones who taught me always become independent and strive to be a better person. I’ve learned whatever things I need to be the best person that I could be, and never to rely on others.
Who is your fictional favourite problematic character?
It’s so hard to choose from! I’d probably pick Alec Lightwood from The Mortal Instruments. TMI Alec was so problematic in practically everything that it was almost annoying to read his character. He has a lot of insecurities and doubt during this series that it made me want to strangle him. It was only during the last TMI book and the next series he appeared in that I appreciated him even more.
- Victoria @ Cornelia Street Reads
- Jon @ Wander with Jon
- The Bookish Mutant @ Madeline Todd
- Joy @ Ohsrslybooks
- Lenn @ Dusty promises
- Jonna @ Jonna and her Wails
- Joanna @ The Geekish Brunette
- Ron @ Ron the Bookworm
- Mark @ Alpheus Remarks
- Riza @ Pages and Coffee Cups
- Leo @ Leosthetics
My Questions for You!
- What is your biggest “what if” moment?
- If you could travel the world, what are your top 3 destinations?
- What is your biggest pet peeve?
- What is a dream that you have achieved already?
- What is the book that may be embarrassing to be read in public but you absolutely love?