Hello and welcome!!!
As I just moved to this new site, I decided that the best way to introduce myself to you all is to do a book tag. I rarely do book tags and I have been trying to get involved (you know), which is why I decided to partake in the get to know the blogger tag. I was tagged by booksare42.com to do this tag
A few rules:
Thank the person who nominated you
Answer all the questions down below
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Why did you start blogging? & Why have you kept blogging?
I started blogging in 2019 after failing to start and maintain a consistent YouTube channel because I was so camera conscious. It has been an amazing journey blogging about books, Asian dramas, and music, it has given me an outlet and a sense of peace and it keeps me striving to write better posts. I have kept blogging because of the joy it brings when someone leaves a comment saying how they would like to watch a drama or a book I recommended.
What is your favorite type of blog post to write?
I think drama reviews are my favorite because they are so easy for me to write. I have developed a structure that is consistent and I like it.
What are your top three favorite blog posts you wrote?
What are some of your favorite things to do to relax?
Music is my relaxation pill, anytime I am stressed I listen to music, usually, I add screaming the lyrics at the top of my lungs to the list but as I am living with extended family now, so I can’t
What are three of your favorite things?
I do not place attachment to things except money (lol)
What are your proudest blogging moments?
Right now, having this platform to share the things I love.
What are your hobbies outside of blogging?
I write fanfiction on Wattpad (you know the smutty kind), cooking, solo traveling, and learning new languages
Describe your personality in three words?
Self-minded (not selfish), kind and Adaptable
What are your three pet peeves?
Being called Honey or Sugar or Babe (like I don’t know you, Angelo)
Unsolicited opinion or advice
This might be a weird one, but I don’t really like clean books and I don’t mean that I like dirty books, it’s more I prefer a book to be well used and have passed through many hands and minds. It feels like the book has a story of its own.
What’s something your followers don’t know about you?
I recently started a podcast with my friend “The Kdrama Talk Show” which is available on Spotify
Thanks for reading.