Siblinghood of the World Award

A big thank you to LaLa over at LaLa’s Blog for nominating me for this award! I highly recommend you all check her out – she is one of my favourites!


⋘The Rules⋙

  1. Thank the blogger who nominated you and link to their blog in your post.
  2. Answer the questions that the blogger who nominated you has provided.
  3. Nominate ten other bloggers (or up to 10).
  4. Create ten questions for your nominees and notify them of their nominations.

⋘Laura’s Questions

1. Use the following words in a cohesive paragraph:

Zumba. Ron Weasley. Horse. 35. Green. Carpet. Kite. Radio. I. Cat fish.

As I flicked between channels on the TV, I burrowed my toes into the soft carpet, and finished my meal of catfish and chips, and arriving home from a zumba class. Channel 35horse racing. Skip. Channel 36 – a radio channel. Skip. Channel 37 – Ron Weasley talking to Hermione. Perfect. I push my empty plate aside and settle back into the green sofa. A kite flutters past my window, as I delve into the 5th Harry Potter film.

(What did I just write?!)

2. Are you doing anything for Halloween? What?

halloween animated GIF

As mentioned in my previous post, I despise Halloween. Always have, probably always will. My close family is the same, so I believe we’re going out for a meal instead. No pumpkins. No costumes. No gross, unbranded chocolate. I’m OK without Halloween, thank you.

3. Your favourite Halloween costume is . . .

halloween animals animated GIF

If the time comes when I have to celebrate this God awful holiday, I tend to dress as a cat.

4. What’s your shoe size?

Like the question number, I am a 4. Coincidence?

5. If you could date a fictional character, who would it be?

crush animated GIF

Frequent readers of mine will know that I adore Etienne St. Clair. Always have, always will. I’m just waiting for Anna and the French Kiss to be a movie now…

6. What do you think of glitz pageants for children?

I’m impartial, for I know very little about them, and therefore feel it’s wrong for me to really have an opinion on something I’m uninformed of. As a basic rule, though, if someone enjoys something, let them do it. In this case, if the children enjoy dressing up in sparkly costumes and being told they’re pretty, then let them do so. If they don’t enjoy that stuff, then they shouldn’t be forced into it, and pushy parents should stop there.

7. Look around your room, and tell me 10 things you can see right away.

Laptop. iPod. Mobile phone. Duvet. Pillows. Towel. Curtains. Windows. Wardrobe. Notebooks.

8. Are you going to take a Writer’s Craft course? Or did you take one? How was it?

Since I have no idea what that is, I’ll go with a no. I am, however, planning on studying with English in the future, if that’s kind of what it means…?

9. Romeo and Juliet or Hamlet? Why?

Hamlet. Because that play is crazy. And I’ve actually studied that one a little. I’ve never even read Romeo and Juliet…*adds to TBR list*

10. What’s your favorite dessert or snack?

CARAMEL. CARAMEL. CARAMEL. Anything with caramel has a big thumbs up from me!


⋘The Nominees⋙

(Feel free to ignore if you’ve already accepted this award.)

The Biblio Life

Kerrie @ Comfy Reading

Cátia @ The Girl Who Read Too Much

Brittany @ Brittany Marie Reads

Everyone @ Geek Sneak Peek

Aentee @ Read at Midnight

Everyone @ Breathing in the Pages

Lucy @ Read by Lucy

Evie @ Just Another Belle

Felicia @ Felicia Sue Lynn Reviews


⋘My Questions⋙

  1. What is your most treasured memory?
  2. Press shuffle. What is the first song that comes up? What does it mean to you?
  3. What book did you have to read for school, yet you hated it? (If any.)
  4. If you could only listen to one song for the rest of eternity, which would it be?
  5. What is the weather like whilst you’re writing this?
  6. If any one book character were to become a real person, which would you choose to do so?
  7. Which book character do you have the biggest crush on?
  8. If you could recommend one book to the whole world, which would you choose?
  9. What is your favourite holiday?
  10. What is your dream holiday/vacation?

Thanks for reading. And again, thanks to Laura for this award!

Until next time, find me on Goodreads, Twitter, and Tumblr.

Olivia x

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9 thoughts on “Siblinghood of the World Award

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  4. Laura

    Loved your answers. 🙂 You’re paragraph made me laugh; it’s funny.

    Writer’s Craft. Well, writing is an art, as well as a craft. You’ve probably read a book with a good concept, but the writing was lacking, or it was pretty bad. During a writer’s craft course, you learn how to write; you learn the technique needed to bring your ideas and/or stories to life. You learn how to write non-fiction, like articles, reviews, biography etc.; you also learn how to write fiction: short-plays, plays’ scripts, poems, and so on. If you go to university, and choose to become a writer, you will have a writer’s craft course. 🙂
    Some high schools and colleges are also offering it. Universities are also offering it as a course, in case someone does not need/want to be a full time student. Many published authors took a writer’s craft course.

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