The Sunshine Blogger Award

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Thanks to Drew@TheTattooedBookGeek for tagging me in his hilarious post recently, go and check his blog out, you won’t regret it.

The Tag Rules:

  • Thank the blogger who nominated you in a blog post and link back to their blog.
  • Answer the 11 questions the blogger asked you.
  • Nominate 11 new blogs to receive the award and ask them 11 new questions
  • List the rules and display the sunshine blogger award logo in your post/or on your blog.

 

What would your spirit animal be?

Sorry Drew but I have no idea!!

donna noble

What would your theme song be?

Sorry you’ve got me on that one as well Drew.

I have no idea

There’s a magic doorway that will take you anywhere, to any fantasy world, to any era or just to any different country, where do you choose to go?

Without a doubt it would have to be Narnia so I could could have tea with Mr Tumnus.

mr tumnus

What is your favourite type of cake?

I am partial to a fresh piece of coffee and walnut cake πŸ™‚close up shot of brown pastry

Photo by Emma Jones on Pexels.com

What fruit or vegetable would make the best weapon?

Good question! Possibly potatoes because they would be easy to throw.

potatoes

What upcoming book do you wish that you could read right now?

I’d love to read Jodi Picoult’s next novel A Spark of Light. I’ve wished for it on NetGalley so here’s hoping!

fingers crossed

If you could rewrite the ending of any book which book would you choose?

I’m not sure I would change any endings, maybe if an ending is too rushed I’d slow it up.

the end

What would your epitaph read?

Here lies Nicki under her tbr I told her she had too many books!

pile of covered books

Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com

Who would you love to punch in the face?

Well at the moment I’m a very peaceful loving person like Neil from The Young Ones and don’t want to punch anyone in the face.

neil from theyoung ones

What is your top worst bit of blogging advice? – make it as funny as you can!Β πŸ˜‰

Request as many books as you can so you can make a fort out of them, but don’t read them. Just look at them and of course tweet and blog about how many you have and how lovely they are. πŸ˜€

book fort

You are hosting a bookish influenced dinner party, which authors, characters and bloggers do you invite?

Having just buddy read The Seven Deaths of Evelyn HardcastleΒ  I’d definitely invite Stuart TurtonΒ  so I can hear all about the ins and outs of writing that book. I’d also invite Nick Clark Windo who wrote The Feed, as he was such great company on The Pigeonhole recently. I’d have to invite you Drew because I’m sure you’d make the evening go with a bang plus Eva@NovelDeelights, Janel@KeeperofPages, Inge@TheBelgianReviewer, Yvo@It’sAllAboutBooks, Daniell@BooksVertigo&Tea. Characters I’d invite would be Charles Holborne everyone’s favourite 1960s barrister, Todd from The Little Brooklyn Bakery, Bel from Martinis & Memories, in fact she could organise the alcohol and entertainment.

Β I nominate:

Random Melon ReadsHayleyReviewsIt’sAllAboutBooksTheBelgianReviewerChrissi ReadsBooksAndCoBooksandMeBionicBookWormMe and My BooksBibliobethExcuseMyReading

Please don’t feel you have to join in, especially if I’ve tagged you in something else recently:

Here are my questions:

  1. If you could only read one book for the rest of your life what would it be?
  2. Do you think books can ever be made into decent films(movies)?
  3. Where is your favourite place to read?
  4. Do you make notes for your review whilst your reading or do you just wing it?
  5. What do you love most about reading?
  6. What is the hardest think about book blogging?
  7. What’s your favourite season?
  8. What’s your opinion on audiobooks?
  9. Have you ever taken part in a blog tour?
  10. Do you have a preferred genre to read?
  11. Do you listen to podcasts?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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39 thoughts on “The Sunshine Blogger Award

  1. EziChi says:

    That was funny. I’d definitely change the end of Allegiant by Veronica Roth and Delirium series by Lauren Oliver. I liked the second hero much bettee

  2. ItsCJStark says:

    I love this. Your answers are great. Coffee and Walnut is, by far, the best cake! πŸ™‚
    I have a deep aversion to anything with the word ‘award’ attached to it. But I really want to answer your questions, so I think I need to find a way to do a post where I answer the questions, but not name it an award! XD

  3. Inge | The Belgian Reviewer says:

    Thank you for inviting me to the party Nicki! Wonderful company and I’d love to hear what Stuart Turton has to say! A coffee cake? How do I not know about that, sounds delicious and I’d love to try it! Great answers, really, it was so much fun to read!

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