Crazy For Books. This week's question is:
“As a book blogger, how do you introduce yourself in your profile?”
The question for this week is pretty interesting. I am quite new to the whole blogging scene, and I don't even want to pretend to know what I'm doing. I am merely trying out everything I can to see what is a good fit. That being said, I believe my profile is not the most important thing about my blog. If you look at it, you see that it's short and sweet. I think my blog is the most important thing, the only thing really focused on by my followers. I do, however, understand that I need to have something in my profile, but its pretty neglected, like the step child you take care of, dress, and get ready for school because you have to and not because you want to (I don't have step children but based on Cinderella this seems to be the case...don't hate me...I know this isn't the case for all step children, or even some). Therefore, I wanted my profile to be nice, not overshadow my blog, and tell a little about me and why I like books. That's it. After all, what else does it really need?
Let me know what you all think. I just LOVE differing opinions
Next is Follow Friday:
Allison Can Read and Parajunkee's View. This week's question is:
Q. It's that pesky magic book fairy again! She has another wish: What imaginary book world would you like to make a reality?Another difficult question. I wish I could make them all real (okay not really all, but most). Harry Potter, of course, should be real. I already believe some people in the world can do magic in some form and that there are actual witches (don't judge me), so why not take it a step forward and include wizards and Sorcerer's and stuff. It's not that much of a stretch. I would also love for Twilight to be real (to an extent). That whole sparkling thing, not really feeling it, but I think its more believable than the whole wooden steak through the heart, compelling vampires of other books/movies. I'd also love for Vampire Diaries (the TV show) to be real, although it's only because I am in love with Damon right now (did you see last nights episode...already hooked again). In truth, I don't want any imaginary book world to be a reality in the greater sense. I don't want everyone to know about it, only me and a select few people. The secrecy is what makes the books so great. Besides, if they were a reality to the whole world, we'd have a True Blood scenario on our hands with "racism" and "civil rights" and the whole bit. No, I'm fine without it becoming a reality, at least to everyone. I would like it to be a reality to me.
Okay so I just said a lot, and I'm not really sure if it even makes sense. My brain moves like a thousand miles a minute. Nonetheless, that's what I think. Let me know what you think.
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