Last November, I was nominated for the Brotherhood of the World Award by Noriko @ Diaryofabookfiend. I’m sure all of you have already discovered Noriko’s beautiful book blog. If you haven’t, be sure to head over there for some amazing book reviews! Thanks for nominating me for this award, Noriko. I appreciate it so much. ❤
- Thank the person who nominated you and link back to their blog.
- Answer the questions sent to you.
- Nominate around ten bloggers.
- Create your set of questions for your nominees.
- List the rules and display the Brotherhood Of The World logo in your post.
Q: Briefly explain your blogging style (where is your favorite blogging spot/tools – as in, on the couch using your smartphone or something).
A: I mostly blog on my computer. I’ve occasionally used my tablet, but I enjoy using the computer because it seems faster and more convenient. I couldn’t use my phone for the life of me! I tried and it was way to glitchy.
Q: How do you manage your blogging time including blog reading time?
A: I don’t, in fact right now my schedule is completely spiraling out of control. I have books with deadlines, authors to interview, and I’m behind. I won’t stress about it and I’ll just do the best I can to keep up and catch up! 🙂
Q: Who is your most read author?
A: Well, my most read author’s are Anne Rice and Nicholas Sparks to be honest. I think Anne Rice is my most read right now, even though it’s been years since I picked up one of her books.
Q: How did you come up with your blog name?
A: Well, I like to read, I like to rant, and I really like to rock and roll! 🙂 I’ve loved reading since I was a little child and music is a huge part of my life. I haven’t ranted much, but I do enjoy talking about things that I’m passionate about.
Q: What keeps you blogging?
A: This is a great question because I’ve come close to quitting at least twice this year and mainly because of time. Time is worth more than anything, but one of the things that keeps me blogging is when someone comes along and leaves a comment or sends me a message that makes me feel like I’m doing the right thing. To know that I have some true followers that enjoy my content is huge. I know visiting blogs and keeping up with your own stuff is a full-time job and just to know that one person takes the time to read something I wrote inspires me to continue.
Another major reason is my friend Nel, who’s more than once had to slap me around a bit. She’s helped me realize that blogging should be for me and not about stats. Not only that, but to accept that my content is okay no matter what anyone else says. It’s helped me put things into perspective for sure. I thank her for that and she’s a great friend. I appreciate the people I’ve come to know here and this is also a huge reason I want to continue.
- Who’s your favorite author?
- What’s your favorite reading genre?
- Do you read more fiction or nonfiction?
- How long have you been blogging?
- What do you enjoy most about blogging?
- Do you read ARC’s?
- Do you have any goals for this year?