I was so honored to be nominated for The Supporter Award by Hamad @ The Book Prescription! Thank you so much for creating this award and for making me one of the first nominees! I’m so glad that I’ve gotten to know Hamad over the last couple months and if you’re not following him, you’re really missing out! ❤
- 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.
I think my first memory of a story is my grandma reading me little Golden Books before bed. I grew up with a single mother who worked crazy hours, so I ended up spending a lot of time with my grandma. I’d often spend the night at her house and she was so good about reading me a million books before I went to bed. Even as a toddler, I was insatiable when it came to books.
2- First book you bought with your own money.
That’s a really good question! Growing up, everybody knew that I loved books, so I was pretty well-stocked without having to buy any. I do remember walking with my best friend to the Bookworld on Main Street all the time, though. I can’t say with 100% certainty, but I’m pretty sure that the first book I ever bought myself was Someone Like You by Sarah Dessen.
3- First book that made you cry.
I really rarely cry while I’m reading. I can probably count the books that have made me cry on one hand. The first one that I remember was The Fault in Our Stars, but I think that also had a lot to do with what was going on in my life while I was reading it. I’m pretty sure I also cried at a certain part in Harry Potter, but I honestly don’t remember it.
4- First book that you didn’t finish.
I’ve always had trouble DNFing, even before I knew that’s what it was called! The first book I remember DNFing is Lolita, which I’ve tried to read at least five times over the course of my life. It’s one of those books that I should probably try reading again as an adult to see if my feelings have changed.
My First supporter:
I just checked and my first follower ever was Kate @ The Backwards Bookshelf! Thanks for sticking around since the beginning!
My Other Nominees
Thank you all for being so supportive of me and my blog! ❤