The Infinity Dreams Award

I was nominated for this lovely award by the fabulous Only The Lonely. May good fortune and wonderful health be brought upon you and your pretty little head this year! (Idk man I’m a complete fool when it comes to compliments)

Alright so as you all know, I having been absolutely dying to be nominated for an award (really just a book tag, but hey, I ain’t complaining) and I am really excited for this. So HERE. WE. GO. 



Rules for the award:

1. Thank and follow the blog that nominated you
2. Tell us 11 facts about yourself
3. Answer the questions that were set for you to answer.

4. Nominate 11 bloggers and set questions for them

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11 facts:

  1. I am a humongous fangirl. TV shows, books, bands, broadway musicals— anything and everything. Basically all of it (I am working on my fandom page on my site, so check back later for the link!) 
  2. I have a love-hate-relationship with cats. Some days I despise their entire existence, others I only want to get a cat and then be done with life. It’s weird. I know. 
  3. I am obsessed with quotes, and often find myself playing around with this special skill of mine to remember quotes and lyrics. In the middle of a conversation, don’t be surprised to find me quoting a Fall Out Boy lyric or one of the Harry Potter books. It’s just who I am. 
  4. I am an apspiring and undiscovered young adult novelist— heh, the real meaning of this long definition that I like to dub on myself is simply that I am a: teenage girl who fancies the idea of being a young adult author (all and any genre except for trashy romance paperbacks) when I finish schooling (middle, high, and college). So yeah. 
  5. My favourite actresses are Audry Hephburn, Marilyn Monroe, Emma Watson, Lilly Collins, and Jennifer Lawrence. 
  6. My favourite actors are Daniel Radclife, Josh Hucherson, Neil Patrick Harris, Ben Stiller, David Schwimmer, and Roben Williams. 
  7. I pride myself on my Fall Out Boy collection that consists five CDS and half of my phone storage. Heh heh, I love those middle aged dorks. 
  8. I have a new found love for skirts and knee socks.My style consists very much of highly warm and loose clothes, all except when it comes to my jeans— then it’s all skinny and pretty. I live for oversized sweaters, converse and boots, band/fandom tees, leather jackets, and fedoras and beanies. A nice scarf or dress isn’t too bad here or there either. 
  9. Not only do I pride myself on my (not-so) extensive Fall Out Boy collection, I am very boastful to say that I own the entire Harry Potter book series and all of the movies on DVD and blue-ray. Woohoo!
  10. I am a Biblophile (one who is obsessed with books and collecting them), an Angophile (a person who loves and obsesses over all things Britih), and a Philharmonic (one who appreciates and is highly devoted to music). 
  11. I can’t just drink cold water— it has to be iced water. 

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Answers to set questions:

1. Have you ever broken any bones?

Thankfully, and also embarrassingly, no. I was also terrified of it as a kid, and I’m sad to say that still at thirteen the unknown pain is a bit overwhelming to dwell upon at times. 

2. What is one thing you’ve done that you regret now?

I really regret letting all those big kids and bossy mean girls and guys push me around as a kid. I was the tall dork with glasses who always read and the mean kids would pretend to take under their wing and then make fun of me behind my back. Yeah, and although I learned to pick myself up and now know how to make sure no one’s putting me down in my newish school (I moved in the third grade), I still have days where people just decide to walk all over me and I let them. It suck so, but I think little me had it worse. Oh well :/

3. Did you read books when you were a child?

Did I read as child? Ahahahahahahaha, I was known for people only knowing what my eyes looked like from having my nose in a book all the time. My family teased me and I even teased myself. I’ve been reading since I could get my hands on books and I don’t plan on stopping anytime soon. 

4. What is your favorite smell in the whole world?

Probably the scent of old paperback books. Or maybe those lyric booklets in albums. Most likely books though. 

5. What is your LEAST favorite song?

Ugh, Robin Thicke’s Blurred Lines. When it first came out I didn’t mind it’s, but awhile back I saw some  of its lyrics being compared to things victims of rape were told when being raped. And that’s not okay. For us as a society to be teaching people that “it’ll hurt at first” and that be acceptable. No, never. That or Turn Down For What. Please don’t torture me. 

6. What, in your opinion, is the exact function of a rubber duck? 🙂 (This is a Harry Potter reference, and I sincerely hope you all understand it)

For bath time  entertainment. Obviously. *cough cough* Pure Blood *cough cough*

7. Do you like rain or sunshine?

Why not sunshine while it rains? It would be the bigges oxymoron in natural history— WOOHOO!

8. What superpower would you want to have?

The ability to see in the dark and to see people emotions- what they’re really feeling, even when they say they’re fine or happy. No one should have to lie about they’re feelings to meet society’s standards. 

9. Has something made you smile today?

Yes! I went to the car wash with my dad and I learned how to wash the car, him teaching me new things (basically things in your ever day adult life that I never knew about before) being our weird way of bonding. 

10. Are you right-handed or left?

Right handed— although I hardcore wish I was ambidextrous. 

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Now that answering is over with (although that was fun), time for my nominations and the questions that they have to answer. 

I NOMINATE:

YOUR QUESTIONS:

  1. Chips-A-Hoy or Oreos?
  2. Do you have a favourite children’s book from your childhood that you can remember reading clearly?
  3. Are you a reader, writer, both, or neither?
  4. What do you like to snack whilst you blog?
  5. Favourite song(s) to jam out to while blogging/scrolling through the interweb?
  6. The book is better, or the movie gives you more visualisation? 
  7. Quickly now, you’ve been given the choice to find the wardrobe that leads to Narnia, or you can go to Hogwarts! Which one do you choose?
  8. If you could make one fictional character fall in love with you, who would it be and why them?
  9. Favourite book-to-movie transfer?
  10. If you could meet any author, who it would it be and what would be the first thing you would say to them?

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Woohoo, that was fun! I hope all my nominees have fun and please feel free to comment, like, follow me— whatever. 🙂

Thanks for reading. 

Best of luck, 

The Time Traveling Writer

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