Liebster Award #2

 

Last week, What if We all Cared? kindly nominated me for the Liebster Award.

 

Firstly, I wanted to thank her for deeming this corner of the blogging world worthy enough.

 

Secondly, I wanted to ask you guys to check her blog, she writes about anything and everything.

 

Lastly, she has got some questions for me:

 

  1. Where were you born?

I was born in a hospital, a C-section brought me to this world.

  1. What has been your favorite pet and why?

I love all cats, and pit bull terrier dogs. I don’t really know why! Love is blind!

  1. Do you work . . if so, where (being a full-time mommy counts as work btw)?

Yes, I do indeed work. I am a full-time marketer, and an occasional writer/painter.

  1. If you could go exploring anywhere where would that be?

So many places!! But first stop would be Costa Rica.

  1. Your biggest regret?

I don’t really have any regrets, because mistakes and screw-ups ultimately made me, me.

  1. How many siblings do you have? What are your thoughts on that number?

I have one brother, and I think that’s all the numbers I need.

  1. What decade do you really belong in?

At heart? I would fit in better in the 70s-80s.

  1. Would you rather live in the Arctic or Antarctic Circle?

I’d like to see the Antarctic Circle. (Because it’s forbidden fruit!)

  1. What is your favorite artistic medium?

Writing. Books. Next!

  1. Camping or hotels?

Camping, unless, it’s freezing outside.

  1. Favorite school subject?

Math.

My homework is to list my own nominees. But since I have done this award before, I am going to share some of my favourite books with you (not in any particular order):

 

Fight Club by Chuck Palahniuk

Great Expectations by Charles Dickens

1984 by George Orwell

Slaughterhouse 5 by Kurt Vonnegut

Turtles All the Way Down by John Green

Animal Farm by George Orwell

Do you have any recommendations for me to put on my “to read” list?

 

12 Responses

  1. 1984 and Slaughterhouse-Five are on my favorites list too! Dystopian novels in general are typically always on my list. Have you read Utopia by Thomas More? The original novel on “utopias” (because every time someone calls somewhere a utopia, you know that’s not what it actually is).

    1. No I haven’t read that book but I will definitely add it to the list. The premise seems very interesting. Thank you x

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