The Versatile Blogger Award!

Happy Saturday everyone! I hope your weekend is going great so far! Today I’m back with another award tag! I was nominated by the amazing LaRonda @ Flying Paperbacks for the Versatile Blogger Award!!!! Thank you so much, LaRonda!!! I’m so sorry this is late (as usual).

The rules

  • If you are nominated, you’ve been awarded the Versatile Blogger Award
  • Thank the person who gave you this award
  • Include a link to their blog
  • Select 15 blogs/bloggers that you’ve recently discovered or follow regularly
  • Nominate those 15 bloggers for the Versatile Blogger Award
  • Finally, tell the person who nominated you 7 things about yourself

Seven things about me

  1. I love conspiracy theories. I think they’re so interesting, and find it so interesting when people get SO invested in them.
  2. I wanted to be an architect when I was younger, but I hate drawing straight lines which is kind of necessary, and it’s hard to get work as an architect.
  3. I actually don’t think watching the movie before reading the book is a sin. Gasp, I know. But sometimes I want to know the story without reading the book!
  4. Sometimes I purposely look at spoilers for books I’m not sure if I want to read. It helps me decide whether it’s worth it.
  5. My favourite food is probably pasta. I could (and sometimes do) eat it every day.
  6. Up until this past May, I had a Blackberry phone. Remember Blackberrys? I actually loved it. Everyone would go “omg is that a Blackberry?” and it was so funny.
  7. I love photography and would love to be able to do it more often.

I’m tagging: Ayunda // Zuky // Sahi // Clara // Rachael // Lily // Chantel and Caidyn // Libby // The Bookworm Girl // Ruqs // Erin

But as always, no pressure!!

Thanks for reading! And thanks again to LaRonda for the nomination, and thank you all for your love and support! xx

38 thoughts on “The Versatile Blogger Award!

      1. JFK assassination is a classic, of course but the 9/11 ones are interesting to me. I also like sports conspiracies and religious ones are fascincating to me because we can’t really know much about stuff that hapepned so long ago???

        What are some of your favorites? 🙂

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      2. Omg yes I love the JFK assassination! My cousin wrote a book on how 9/11 and the anthrax attack were inside jobs haha. Sports conspiracies are so interesting too (Buzzfeed unsolved recently did some and they were so interesting!). And I love religion and cults, so I love reading about religious things

        I love telling people that I believe 9/11 was an inside job because I love seeing the hope they had for me leave their face haha. My favourite non-serious one (that I don’t believe but love reading about) is that Finland isn’t a country lmao

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      3. I waited until I was back from work so I could respond to your comment because literally I agree with all of this!!!!!!

        Yes! I’ve been watching and loving the Buzzfeed Sports ones, I wish they would do more considering I didn’t know about two of them. I’m just sick of hearing about Brady, lol.

        I watched a mini-series on ID where they featured all these different cults and it was so wild. Right?! My family gets all worked up when I say that and I’m like ??? can’t we all agree that something was amiss that day? Lol

        Lmao that’s great!!

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      4. They’re so good!! But yeah, there’s already enough Brady, I don’t really need to hear more of him lol

        Ooooh I’ll have to look it up! Lol I get that! One time I told someone that I found cults really interesting, and he thought I was like committing to join one lol

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  1. Awesome post, thank you so much for the nomination, it means a lot! 😀 And yes I love conspiracy theories too they’re so intriguing and I feel like a lot of them probably hold a lot more truth than we may initially suspect!

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  2. Lovely answers! Conspiracy theories are quite literally the greatest thing on the planet. It’s no wonder Gravity Falls and Sherlock are some of my favorite shows! Haha. And omg the Blackberry phone story made me laugh. I had one of those old slide phones, so I totally understand the reactions people get when they see our “ancient technology”. 🙂

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  3. Thank you for tagging me! I am now really into conspiracy theories and serial killer theory stories as well, they’re just so fascinating. And I totally agree with you about not reading the book before the movie. Sometimes you just want to watch the movie only.

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  4. Fun tag! I will also intentionally seek out spoiler reviews if I’m on the fence about a book. It seems safer sometimes, especially if it seems to be the kind of book which should come with trigger warnings.

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