The Beautiful Blogger Award!

Alright guys, I don’t want to really drag this alone, so I’m going to give short and quick answers and once again, I’m really lazy and shall not be nominating anyone actually I will be nominanting people because people rock! So let’s get down to business!


The Beautiful Blogger Award

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Here are the rules:

1. Link to the blogger who nominated you.

2. List seven random facts about you.

3. Nominate seven creative, beautiful bloggers, and notify them

So I was nominated by Rachana from Addicted to YA, And this seems easy enough, so here I go (btw, all these answers shall be bookish, and more like what’s I’ve been reading or stuff about my Goodreads):

And that’s all I can think of for now. Contrary to my earlier statement, I shall not be nominating anyone for this post- WAIT. I know I did this last time and it legitimately sucks, but if you have read this entire thing and you’ve already liked/are about to like it- THEN I NOMINATE YOU MY GOOD SIR. But you see there’s a catch because there’s always a catch and so you are nominated only if you’re liked this post by now/still reading and know you’re going to like it and if you are within the first seven people to like it. Alright, this post really sucks but whatever.


Home is where your books are,

The Time Traveling Writer.

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8 thoughts on “The Beautiful Blogger Award!

    • Yay! I am so glad someone took that legitimately- I thought everyone would ignore it. And I would love to, but when I was reading down in the comments, I saw how you said you were going to make a Facebook page and I’m sorry to say that I do not have a Facebook, I don’t think I’ll be allowed to have a Facebook anytime soon, and to be quite honest I don’t really want one. I’m not into the whole social media hype. WordPress, Pinterest, Gmail, and Goodreads are the closest things I have to social media honestly. Those and texting/calling, of course. So I really would like to join, but not via Facebook. Sorry! :/

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      • A lot of the people who joined the book club don’t have Facebook, so you’re fine! I’ll keep you updated and maybe find other ways to connect the group! I’ll be posting the specifics of the club on my blog in a week or two!

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      • Well in that case (with the not needing a Facebook), I’d love to join! And I suppose we could read Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, Emma by Jane Austen, or maybe To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee. I would suggest Dorothy Must Die by Danielle Paige, but I’ve already that and am three books behind on my Goodreads Reading Challenge. (Not to sound selfish.) If you do decide to read that for your first read (it really is a good read; one of my favorite YA book of all time), I could just sit that one out. I’m already two books at the moment (both sequels, otherwise I would suggest one of them) and just bought TKAM so maybe you guys could read DMD and I’ll just wait it out. And I actually happen to need to read TKAM for school this year, so whenever you guys would like, I’d love to read it. And Pride and Prejudice is supposed be an inspiration for all romance in this modern era. And Emma is supposed to be totally kick-butt for single ladies. I don’t know really what all to recommend. There’s also Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, or The Amulet of Samarkand by Jonathan Stroud. I honestly could recommend thousands of wonderful YA books, but at the moment I can only think of classics. Sorry :/

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