The Liebster Award is designed to recognise new bloggers, or ‘undiscovered’ blogs with fewer subscribers
These are the rules:
- Thank the person who nominated you
- Display the logo for the award
- Answer the questions from the person who nominated you
- Nominate up to 10 other bloggers
Okie dokie, first thing’s first – I want to thank Amelia over at Borderline Amelia for the nomination. =D It’s nice to be on your list.
1.) If you could be famous for one thing, what would you like it to be?
Well this is easy! I’ve always wanted to be known for my writing. Being an author has been a goal of mine for as long as I can remember and I’m already half-way there I suppose. =P
2.) Do you have an all-time favourite song?
Oh boy this is a tricky one. I have a LOT of favourite songs, bands and singers and music is one of those topics that I’m so broad about there’s no specific genre that suits me either. There is one song that springs to mind, however, because I love it for a few reasons. Tomorrow is Another Day by Modestep is going to have to be my answer. One of those songs that you can take meaning from and also just listen to like you would any other song.
3.) If they started selling a flying car, would you buy it?
Pwahahahaha! No! Are you kidding??? It’s bad enough the amount of ridiculous driving people manage now and the number of lives people risk every day on the ground without adding so many more dimensions to it. It’s a sweet concept, it really is but no.
4.) How much time do you spend writing blog posts? Do you just write and publish, or do you spend a while perfecting each post?
I have no patience. I’m a blog-and-go type of girl. I have ALWAYS had a problem trying to perfect the things I’ve written and even when I’m writing essays for courses now I can never manage to proof read, and often even when I have someone on the sidelines waiting to read something over for me I post it ahead of time anyway! It’s probably the biggest thing I need to tackle as a writer. I have a novel written, but every time I so much as look at it I shudder. I know I can write better but it’s tedious to go through the whole thing to edit it. Someday, I’ll have to manage it, else I’ll never be as successful as I’d like to be.
5.) Do people in your ‘real life’ know about, or read, your blog?
For a long time, especially as a child my online life was very separate from my real life. Now I just keep it all out in the open for everyone to see. I worry – because I know that I can be very one-sided about things, and especially because of the way that I write sometimes I can ‘say’ things online that I don’t mean in the way it reads. The other day my Mum told me that the friend she was talking to on Skpye asked her to tell me that I should keep writing and she likes the way I write so…
I guess I’m going to keep writing and not mind too much who is reading along.
This is the tricky part.
This blog is so new that I’m not following many people at all. I’m going to add nominations as I go. =D