Award: One Lovely Blog (Nominated by Readerly Musings)

Back in November, Christine @ Readerly Musings nominated me for the One Lovely Blog Award; I’m immensely honored and grateful, since Christine was the first book blogger I met online when I started blogging back in October, and I’m happy that she thought so much of me even though I was just starting out. Thanks again, Christine! 🙂 Now that I’ve had a few months to interact with more people in the book blogging world, I want to show my appreciation for the wonderful people I’ve met. Go visit their lovely blogs!

One Lovely Blog

The Rules

If you have been nominated for the One Lovely Blog Award and you choose to accept it, write a blog post about the One Lovely Blog Award in which you:

  1. Thank the one that nominated you.
  2. Put up the picture for the One Lovely Blog Award.
  3. Tell everyone seven things about yourself.
  4. Nominate seven other people and tell them that you’ve nominated them.

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7 Lovely Bloggers/Blogs You Should Visit

  1. Katie @ Doing Dewey, a fellow grad student (!!!) who has excellent taste in non-fiction books.
  2. Lesley @ Books and Beautiful World, who writes exquisite book reviews and has a great sense of humor.
  3. She @ The Five-Eyed Bookworm, who creates AMAZING bookish graphics for her blog.
  4. Joséphine @ Dudette Reads, whose attention to detail can be seen through her beautiful blog design and thoughtful discussion posts.
  5. Rinn @ Rinn Reads, who constantly thinks of new SF/F-related events and features to add to her blog.
  6. Bree @ Coffee Bean Bookshelf, who has an awesome coffee-themed blog with coffee bean ratings and features like “Spill the Beans.”
  7. Francine @ Always Lost in Books, who reviews a ton of feel-good books.

I can go on and on and on, because there are so many awesome blogs and bloggers I’ve found in the past few months. Thank YOU, book bloggers, for sharing your thoughts on everything bookish and non-bookish – I’m sure I will discover more lovely blogs in the months to come. ♥

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19 thoughts on “Award: One Lovely Blog (Nominated by Readerly Musings)

      • Oh yay, this is exciting. Do you like to combine your peanut butter with chocolate? Do you prefer crunchy or creamy? I AM VERY PASSIONATE ABOUT PEANUT BUTTER.

        I love semicolons as well; I do hope that you’ve read “Eats, Shoots and Leaves” by Lynne Truss.

        • I’ve never combined my peanut butter with chocolate, but I want to try it now!!! Have you tried peanut butter and banana sandwiches? ♥ And I LIKE BOTH (but my creamy collection diminishes at a slightly faster rate). What about you? 🙂

          And and I’m ashamed to admit that I haven’t read Eats, Shoots & Leaves, but it’s been sitting on my desk right now! I was disappointed to see that only two semicolons came with the Punctuation Repair Kit…

  1. Mmm. Peanut butter. It’s been a long, long time since I have eaten it. (I shall make myself a sandwich after I write this comment.) Oh, and look I used parenthesis! (You’re welcome.) Haha, I adore fanfiction, too, though I usually only read it so I can read about my favorite pairings and imagine that they are really cannon. It’s a sad, sad thing when nearly all of your OTPs are considered fictional even in the world of fiction 😦

    What sort of job are you aiming for now? It’s funny that you used to want to be an editor, because that’s what I want to be now 😛 Reading through all those books, before they are even released into the world. It’s a pretty fun fantasy. *reads nomination list* Awwwwwww! Thank you >////< This means so much to me! I think that your reviews are amazing, too, and talking to you is a blast.

    Again, thanks! *goes off to make a peanut butter sandwich*

    • GASP! How long is “a long, long time”? A day? Because I would die. Seriously.

      Fanfiction is so evil because you think, “There can’t possibly be fanfics about Character X and Character Y, right???” and then lo and behold some evil person decided to pair them together and O______O.

      I secretly still want to be an editor, haha. But I’m a grad student in public health right now, so I’m aiming to become a professor and do research that will save the world. Or something like that. I still have five years to change my mind.

      You’re welcome, Lesley! And I swear, every time I read one of your reviews, I want to buy the book you recommend immediately. 😛

      • About a month? But I saved myself from death with a perfect sandwich, so it’s all good 😀

        Sometimes I don’t even understand some fanfics. Like, people think up of such weird pairings. Seriously, I’ve seen one that paired a guy character with a wooden sculpture of a bird that was in the show O_o find The human race never ceases to amaze.

        Ooh, you’ll be like a hero. I can just imagine newspapers with your name in the headlines. And a picture with you in a cape– be sure to not have a duck face.

        Yay! That is what I aim to do. Unless I review a book I absolutely hate one day. Then I aim to absolutely destroy it. Muhahaha!

        • I’m glad you’re alive! What a close call. And LOL, so many possibilities with that pairing! Because, you know, a wooden sculpture of a bird has a wide variety of emotions.

          I’ll be sure to practice my non-duck face. :3

  2. Congrats on your award and thank you so much for passing it on! I’m also always excited to meet a fellow graduate student 🙂 In fact, if you want to chat about the ups and downs of being a grad student, feel free to message or e-mail any time. You should also check out Anya’s blog at http://www.onstarshipsanddragonwings.com/, since you like SF/F. She’s also a grad student and writes some great reviews. Congrats again on an award well deserved! 🙂

    • Thanks and you’re welcome, Katie! This is my first year as a grad student, and I’ve been so busy that I don’t think I’ve felt any ups and downs yet, haha. Everything’s been just a blur, but I’m hoping that after classes end in the summer, things will be less hectic.

      I actually stalk Anya’s blog too! I’m always excited to find other grad student book bloggers, so let me know if you know of anyone else! 🙂

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