I was nominated by the wonderful Bibi @ Bibi’s Book Blog, thank you so much, Bibi, for nominating me! If you have not checked her out please do.
- Thank the blogger(s) that nominated you and link back to their post.
- Answer the 4 “First” questions.
- Come up with 4 new “First” questions or just use the same ones from your nomination.
- Nominate your first follower who is still active and interacting with you.
- Nominate up to 4 other bloggers
- Make sure to link back to the original post by The book prescription so I can see all your answers!
- Feel free to add the badge to your blog
THE 4 “FIRST” QUESTIONS:
1- First memory of a story.
The Christmas Kitten.
This is the first book that I can remember sitting down with. I lived with my mom when I was little and and she has dyslexia so reading was not a thing that was pushed. Then as I drifted towards it I had a ton of “girl” books shoved at me, but I had no interest in reading Sweet Valley High or Baby-Sitters Club. So my love for reading did not happen until I picked up the first book I purchased with my allowance.
2- First book you bought with your own money.
The Wrong Number By R.L. Stine.
I absolutely loved this book and then went on to read the majority of the Fear Street books that was out. I read everyone that I could get my hands on. This really through people off especially in school. It was believed that I had issues reading but in reality I just did not like anything they kept shoving at me.
3- First book that made you cry.
I do not like books that make me cry and I usually avoid any that will. The only book that comes to mind is Me Before You by Jojo Moyes
4- First book that you didn’t finish.
I used to think that I had to finish every book that I started. Over the years I have hate read a lot of books. The first book that I just could not finish was Outlander by Diana Gabaldon. I’m sure one of these posts will include a rant about why I dislike this book so much.
My First Supporter:
Brittany has been so wonderful since I started in March.
MY OTHER NOMINEES:
As I really like these questions, I don’t want to change them. I think they paint a nice picture of how I started, and I’d like to learn the same about my nominees.