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BBAW: Blogger Interview with Pam from Bookalicious!

So, on Twitter, blogs, Goodreads, Facebook, wherever, you may have heard about this thing going on called BBAW. Wondering what it is? Well, it's the Book Blogger Appreciation Week, where you can nominate and vote for your favourite blogs to win awards like Best Written Book Blog, or Best Book Blog Meme. They also have blogger interviews, which is what I'm doing today. So, here is my interview with Pam from Bookalicious! (The text in italic is my comment on Pam's answer, my actual answers to the questions are over at her blog :) )

If you could go anywhere in the world for a week’s holiday, free of charge, where would you go and what would you do there?
I would go to Iceland and sit in those hot springs with a book featuring extremely cold weather.
Bella: Ooh, hot springs :) 

If you could choose ONE meal to eat at least once every day for the rest of your life, what would you choose?
You know I don't really eat breakfast but if I did and I had to choose only one thing I would have to say coffee and yogurt with blackberries and granola.

What was your favourite YA book you’ve read this year?
This year so far? Wow that is a hard one. I read so many and my favorite changes monthly. I think I will do this question by genre :)

Contemporary: The Sky is Everywhere
Paranormal: Witch Eyes
Fantasy: The Girl of Fire and Thorns
Dystopian: Shatter Me
B:  I can't wait for Witch Eyes and Shatter Me, they look SO awesome! Glad to hear they're good!

Let's do the three books on an island thing!
Wuthering Heights

Do you have any animals?
I have a Jack Russell Terrier named Jackie. You may have seen her on my vlogs or Twitter account. She is in everything I do.
B: I've seen her in your videos and she's SO cute! :D 

What is the one book you always shove into the hands of people or give as a gift?
Magyk by Angie Sage.
B: I think I might have it on my shelf somewhere, maybe I'll actually read it now ;) 

Thanks to Pam for answering these questions! To find out my answers to these same 6 questions, head over to Bookalicious! :D


  1. Hey! You should try to read Magyk! Angie is a UK author :)


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