This week I’ve been nominated five times for awards so I’ll be busy playing this weekend. I’m honored these friends thought to nominate me. And let’s be honest, awards and tags are fun!
So here I begin with The Unique Blogger Award.
DarqueDreamerReads nominated me for this award, so go check out her gorgeous blog! Thank you Darque Dreamer for nominating me!
So this award allows you to nominate those blogs that you find unique and different, and show them some love!
- Share the link of the blogger who has shown love to you by nominating you.
- Answer the questions.
- In the spirit of sharing love and solidarity with our blogging family, nominate 8-13 people for the same award.
- Ask them 3 questions.
Darque Dreamer’s Questions:
1.Have you ever had a dream about a book, and if so, what happened?
Yes about Forbidden by Tabitha Suzuma.
This book really destroyed me. I could not stop bawling like a baby. I think about it often years after. So I think my dream was a way to get closure with this book or rather with its ending.
I don’t want to give spoilers away but let’s say that I dreamt one of the main characters found peace and happiness wherever he was.
If one day you feel strong enough to read a book about a real taboo written in such fashion that it overwhelms you then just go for this one.
2. What movie or television show have you watched, that surprised you, that it was not based off of a book?
Teen Wolf. It’s one of my kids favorite series and I did not expect to be engrossed by the plot and the characters. Now I love fantasy and YA books so it shouldn’t really surprising. I found myself trying to read on the sofa while my teenagers watched the series and then… I had a peek, then a second one and ended watching the shows with them.
And of course we do have some eye candy in the series as werewolves or shifters in general do tend to end semi-naked at one moment or the other (can’t shift and keep your clothes unscathed) LOL.
3.Tell me about that one book you will always recommend, no matter how many others enter your favorites list.
It’s been my best of the bests for many years now and I can’t really explain why. Or rather why it’s my favorite by Amy Harmon because all her books are fabulous.
Making Faces conveys deep messages. One of them is about what true beauty is. Another very important one: we are all heroes. We all matter. We are all somebody to someone no matter how insignificant we can see ourselves.
The characters are really lovable and I confess that Bailey is still my side character “numero uno”. I really, really, really wanted to have a Bailey in my life.
To top it all the penmanship is gracious, inspired and inspiring. Elegant. Every time I read one of Amy Harmon’s books I feel purified and invigorated. She has such a beautiful and positive look on life you can’t end depressed with her books.
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- Which book was your greatest deception and why?