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Sunshine Blogger Award

So I was tagged by Carlton Manette Darnay to do the Sunshine Blogger Award so thank you for tagging me and I will continue the challenge. 

The rules for the tag are as follows:


1. Thank the blogger who nominated you in a blog post and links back to their blog.
2. Answer the 11 questions the blogger asked you.
3. Nominate 11 new blogs to receive the award and write them 11 new questions.
4. List the rules and display the sunshine blogger award logo in your post/or on your blog

Although I am going to answer the questions. I don't really know who to tag so if you come across this tag and want to do it feel free and answer them. Let's get started...

Victoria's Questions:

1. What is your favourite sort of post to write?

I love writing content posts because I can write about whatever I want but I love spreading the love for books in book reviews.

2. How old is your blog?

My blog is 3 years old as of June 2018.

3. How old are you?

I am 21. 

4. What’s a genre you don’t read enough of?

Thrillers of Sci-fi/Fantasy. I really like both but I read so much contemporary all of the time. 

5. Who were your first 5 followers?

I don't actually know because Blogger doesn't tell you the order in which people followed you. 

6. What was the best book you read last month?

Ascension by Victor Dixen. It is just a great sci-fi story.

7. On average, how many book do you read a month? 

6-8 I think. It depends on how much I have on my plate. 

8. What’s the last thing you watched on Netflix? 

The Power Rangers film which is a random choice but it was better than I thought it would be. 

9. Are you a mood reader, or do you have a strict TBR? 

I'm definitely a mood reader but I currently have a TBR this month for ARC August but as is typical for me I have already kind of gone off track. 

10. Do you prefer summer or winter?

If I had to choose winter. 

11. If your money was no object, and you could live anywhere in the world, where would you live?

Central London surrounded by the city near one of the main parks. 

My Questions:

1. What are you currently reading?
2. Who is your favourite book publisher?
3. What is your favourite film you have seen this year?
4. What would you like to see more of in books?
5. Do you watch TV anymore?
6. If you can have any job in the world what would it be?
7. What is your favourite book of the year so far?
8. What is the oldest book that you have on your shelf?
9. If you could get everybody in the world to read one book what would it be?
10. Favourite book subscription service?
11. Do you like the rain?

So there is my tag. Would you like to do it? Feel free to answer the questions in the comments. 

See you soon, 



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