Hey, there lovely book lovers! I hope everyone is doing well and reading #allthebooks!
I was tagged by Bree @ In Love & Words.
The award was created by Maggie @Dreaming of Guatemala. This is an award for the absolutely wonderful writers all across the blogging world. They have beautiful blogs, are kind and lovely, and always find a way to add happiness and laughter to the lives of their readers. That is what truly defines an awesome blogger.
- Thank the blogger who nominated you
- Credit the creator
- Tag this post with #AwesomeBloggerAward
- Answer all the questions given to you
- Nominate some people
- Write 10 questions for them to answer
What is your favorite trope?
Enemies to Lovers
What is your favorite book from that trope?
Pride and Prejudice
It is this book that sparked my love for this trope.
What are your favorite traits in main characters?
Strong personality. I do not like it when the main character just lets everyone run over them.
What is your most recent all-time favorite book you read?
A Heart in the Balance by L.G. Rollins
What is your most re-read book?
Pride and Prejudice
Tag some of your favorite book bloggers.
Oh this is so hard.
Name your Top 5 authors you’d like to meet?
Gail Carriger writes comedies of manners mixed with steampunk and urban fantasy (plus sexy queer romance as G. L. Carriger). Her books include the Parasol Protectorate, Custard Protocol, Tinkered Stars, and San Andreas Shifter series for adults, and the Finishing School series for young adults. She is published in many languages, has over a million books in print, over a dozen New York Times and USA Today bestsellers, and starred reviews in Publishers Weekly, Booklist, Kirkus, and Romantic Times.
Her debut made Audible’s Best list, was a Publishers Weekly Best Book, an IndieBound Notable, and a Locus Recommended Read. She has received the ALA’s Alex Award, the Prix Julia Verlanger, the Elbakin Award, the Steampunk Chronicle’s Reader’s Choice Award, and a Starburner Award. She was once an archaeologist and is fond of shoes, cephalopods, and tea.
(Headshot by Vanessa Applegate)
L. G. Rollins has always loved a heart-melting happily ever after. It didn’t matter if the story took place in Regency England, in outer space, beneath the Earth’s crust, or in a cobbler’s shop, if there was a sweet romance, she would read it.
Life has given her many of her own adventures. Currently she lives in the Rocky Mountains with her best-friend, who is also her husband, and their four beautiful children. She still loves to read books and more books; her favorite types of music are classical, Broadway, and country; she’d rather be hiking the mountains than twiddling her thumbs on the beach; and she’s been known to debate with her oldest son about whether Infinity is better categorized as a number or an idea.
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New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Melanie Karsak is the author of The Airship Racing Chronicles, The Harvesting Series, The Celtic Blood Series, Steampunk Red Riding Hood, and Steampunk Fairy Tales. The author currently lives in Florida with her husband and two children. She is an Instructor of English at Southern New Hampshire University.
Theodora Goss is the World Fantasy and Locus Award-winning author of the short story and poetry collections In the Forest of Forgetting (2006), Songs for Ophelia (2014), and Snow White Learns Witchcraft (2019), as well as novella The Thorn and the Blossom (2012), debut novel The Strange Case of the Alchemist’s Daughter (2017), and sequel European Travel for the Monstrous Gentlewoman (2018). The final novel in the series, The Sinister Mystery of the Mesmerizing Girl, will be published in October 2019. She has been a finalist for the Nebula, Crawford, Seiun, and Mythopoeic Awards, as well as on the Tiptree Award Honor List. Her work has been translated into twelve languages. She teaches literature and writing at Boston University and in the Stonecoast MFA Program. Visit her at theodoragoss.com.
Alison is the author of seven novels. Her most recent is The Dark Days Deceit, the third and final book in the Lady Helen historical dark fantasy trilogy. The first book in the series, The Dark Days Club, is a 2017 CBCA Notable Book for Older Readers, a 2017 Bank Street Library Best Book and an NPR Best Book of 2016. The second book, The Dark Days Pact, won the 2016 Aurealis Award for Best YA Novel.
Alison is also the author of the New York Times bestselling duology EON and EONA. Her award winning debut novel, Singing the Dogstar Blues, was first published in 1998 and is still in print, and her very adult thriller, A New Kind of Death, was a Davitt Award finalist under its original title Killing the Rabbit.
Alison can dance a mean contra-dance, has a wardrobe full of historically accurate Regency clothes and will travel a long way for a good high-tea. She lives in Melbourne, Australia and is currently working on her PhD at the University of Queensland.
What would you ask those authors if you had a conversation with them?
lol I have no idea.
What type of blog posts are your favorite to write?
As much as it stresses me out I enjoy writing reviews.
What are your favorite blog posts to read?
Wrapups and Hauls. I find out about books that I may not have found myself.
Since I am really trying to get caught up on all my posts I am going to use the same questions. I know no fun but my backlog is a little out of hand. Here are the questions again.
- What is your favorite trope?
- What is your favorite book from that trope?
- What are your favorite traits in main characters?
- What is your most recent all-time favorite book you read?
- What is your most re-read book?
- Tag some of your favorite book bloggers.
- Name your Top 5 authors you’d like to meet?
- What would you ask those authors if you had a conversation with them?
- What type of blog posts are your favorite to write?
- What are your favorite blog posts to read?
I tag you is you would like to do this!!