The Entertainer Blogger Award

I haven’t done any kind of award post in a really long time, mostly because I stopped doing them altogether? It ended up being a chain reaction of getting the same tags over and over and drowning in questions that I barely had answers to, but when Andie @Andrea’s Nirvana nominated me for the Entertainer Blogger Award, I thought “Oh, this is one I haven’t done yet!” and that is how you came to read this post.


  1. Thank the person who nominated you and add a link to their blog.
  2. Add the rules so others can follow.
  3. Answer the questions that have been asked.
  4. Nominate a handful of entertaining bloggers.
  5. Display the photo alsoΒ inΒ your blog.


What genre did you read most before starting your blog?

I think I was always drawn to Fantasy the most. It probably had something to do with the fact that I thought big books meant that I was smarter and let’s face it, most Fantasy books are pretty long. I also dabbled in some general adult fiction though.

What genre did fellow bloggers influence your opinion on?

The stubborn person that I am, it is very difficult to convince me to read or try anything that I don’t really want to. However, some of my lovely friends have definitely made New Adult books look very appealing and it is thanks to them that I tried that genre. No regrets here, even if it is not one I turn to often!

Fave book format?

Hardcover books! They are expensive, so it’s not like I buy them all the time, but with paperbacks I always have to worry about them getting damaged in my backpack. The chances of that happening are way smaller for hardcovers. And unfortunately ebooks just aren’t as much fun for me. No particular reason …

Plants without flowers or plants that have flowers?

To care for? Plants without flowers. To get as a gift? All the pretty flowers.

Some tropes you love seeing in books?

I LOVE the whole enemies to lovers trope. Supportive families are my jam and I have a soft spot for well-crafted villains.

A book character you relate toΒ a lot?

This might just be the hardest question out of the entire bunch. I have not found that one character that I relate to body and soul, but I explained why I feel really close to Molly in my review for The Upside of Unrequited (which you can read here).

My Nominees

My Questions

  1. If you could be a character (already existing or of your own creation) in a TV show, which show would you jump into?
  2. Do you take notes while reading or wing your reviews?
  3. Who is an author you would like to get coffee/tea/drinks with?
  4. Which post you’ve written are you proud of?
  5. Where would you travel if money wasn’t an issue?
  6. Which book are you reading next?

That’s it! Hope you enjoyed this little post. How would your answers be to the questions. Let’s talk!

40 thoughts on “The Entertainer Blogger Award

  1. Yay, glad you liked the questions and decided to do this! I for one go for plants without flowers all the way :’) I don’t know why, but I don’t really like flowers? I’m mad about green though. Cacti, succulents, bonsai trees, give me all of those πŸ˜€
    I really need to read Upside of Unrequited soon! It’s been popping up everywhere lately πŸ˜€
    Great post! ❀

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  2. enemies to lovers is to best!!!!! but I also love best friends – lovers, it’s so cute bc it’s like, nothings changed but now they kiss xD

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  3. Thanks for the tag!! I read a lot of fantasy before I started blogging but since I started blogging I feel like I’ve strayed away from fantasy and have been reading more contemporary.

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    • Hahaha really? I feel like I read more contemporaries in the beginning of blogging as well, but it quickly fizzled out. I like them to cleanse my palette between fantasy or scifi books, but I still love the others more.

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  4. Lovely answers, Kat! As you know, I was and still am mostly a contemporary kind of reader, but with all of your and other bloggers’ recommendations, I am getting into fantasy and really enjoying it, couldn’t be more thankful for that πŸ˜€
    Enemies to lovers, yes, I love that one and supportive families always win my heart. I know your love for well-crafted villains as well haha πŸ˜› I will admit that I appreciate them as well, even if I just want to SCREAM at them most of the time, too πŸ˜›
    Thank you so much for the nomination! ❀ ❀

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    • Thanks, Marie! I think I probably read more contemporary now, but it has just always been a mix. I definitely read more YA though!
      Hahaha my villains *swoony sigh* I just love them ❀ but it only works in fiction. I can't deal with people like that irl.

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  5. I love your answers for this tag Kat. πŸ™‚ Molly from The Upside of Unrequited was a character I related to a lot as well, and if I remember correctly what you said in your review it was for some of the same reasons as well. Also I LOVE the enemies to lovers trope, it doesn’t matter if I’ve read a hundred books with the same trope I’m always going to love it, same with supportive families. All a review has to do is say the book in question has a well written family dynamic and it’s an automatic add to my to-read list.
    I can’t care for any planet, with or without flowers, they all tend to die in my care but to gift pretty flowers all the way for me too.
    Great post, and again great answers for this one. πŸ˜€ ❀

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  6. I love this post so much, I really have to read The Upside of Unrequited because I think I might identify with Molly too, but I don’t know what’s keeping me from getting to that book, maybe the thought that I might be disappointed with the fat rep??? (Update : I read the blurb again and it says the love interest is a Tolkien nerd, sign me up)
    I can relate to the plants question as well, my mom is huge on them and I think they are beautiful, but too much work??? She has so many and there are so many rules about how you should water them and how many times. What kind of sorcery is that?
    Thank you for nominating me for this, I adore your questions ❀

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    • Nooo, why would you be worried about the fat rep? I felt it was so accurate to my own experience! I know life is different for everyone, but I was very happy with it and I am glad the Tolkien aspect convinced you hahaha READ IT!
      Plants are not my thing hahaha if civilization crumbled and we had to live off of plants, I’d die xD
      Have fun with the taaag!


  7. Thank you for the nomination Kat! ❀ I love all the tropes you mentioned. It doesn’t matter how often I’ve read or seen enemies to lovers, it’s just always so much fun hahaha. And supportive families!! Yes!! They warm my heart so much. And that Killmonger gif is perfect πŸ˜›

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