I was nominated for The Brotherhood of the World Award by Sophie, from Beware of the Reader. Sophie, thank you for being my blogging friend!
- Thank the person who nominated you and link back to their blog.
- Answer the questions sent to you.
- Nominate around ten bloggers. -I’m not going to nominate that many. I’m a rebel
- Create your set of questions for your nominees. -It seems the same questions are going around, so I’m going following the trend.
- List the rules and display the Brotherhood Of The World logo in your post.
Briefly explain your blogging style (where your favorite blogging spot/tools – as in, on the couch using your smartphone or something).
I don’t have much of a blogging style. I tend to blog wherever and whenever I can. Sometimes I blog on my downtime at work, or I park my bum on my couch and write my blog posts on my computer while the TV runs in the background. Currently we’re watching Glee, my daughter started it over the weekend. (Crazy timing because it was only the day before the news broke about Mark Salling.) That’s pretty much it. I’m pretty relaxing about it.
How do you manage your blogging time including blog reading time?
I do everything I can. As I said, I blog whenever I can. Every morning I get online and go through all the blogs I signed up for notifications on. I respond to comments and try to leave comments. When it comes to reading time, I read during my breaks and lunches at work and then I read again at night, right before I go to sleep.
Who is your most read author?
When you think of the amount of works I’ve read, not just one whole series, then probably TJ Klune. I started reading him when I started this blog, and I’ve almost devoured his entire backlist. I also have read everything Melina Marchetta’s written.
How did you come up with your blog name?
I was playing around with my two recent passions, books and my bird. He’s my funny little man. As I kept saying names aloud to my sister, we ended up working together and coming up with Birdie Bookworm. She then began designing the artwork.
What keeps you blogging?
The opportunity to talk with people about about the books I’ve read. To hear about the books that they’ve loved. And mostly just to be apart of this community. I think that’s what really makes me love Birdie Bookworm. My new friends.