This is the first time I joined #ArmchairBEA because my blog is still a baby. And I’m too far from NY and apparently not in the right age too. Meaning, I’m still below 18. Obviously. Sorry for boring you, guys! By the way, this baby blog is tackling mostly Young Adult books. Oh, here’s the linky to Armchair BEA Central, the blog which started it all .So let’s start the self interview without further ado.
- Please tell us a little bit about yourself: Who are you? How long have you been blogging? Why did you get into blogging?
I am Johanna, a teenager from the Republic of the Philippines and I’ve been blogging since April 2012. I got into blogging because of THE Julie Kagawa and her Iron Fey series. I can’t contain the awesomeness of the book so I let it all out in the reviews. And also because of a certain lady named Lalaine who pushed me to make my own blog. Not only that, she helped me prepare all the ingredients and I swear this woman has magic in persuading people. Someone’s gotta inspire you right?
2. Tell us one non-book-related thing that everyone reading your blog may not know about you.
I sleep with a My Little Pony named Singing Minty and a teddy bear named Jack inspired by the character in Blood Red Road. Oh, that’s still book related. *laughs*
3. If you could eat dinner with any author or character, who would it be and why?Edgar Allan Poe. That legend of a man really inspires and pulls me in to his mysteries. And I would definitely order Crispy Chicken Steak for dinner xD
Heavens! I love every part of the community. The authors, the passionate blogger with unfailing support and mutual understanding and even the occasional dramas. Being a fellow blogger myself, I would really like to see the blogging community flourish into something that can change the world. Like the motto, “Changing the world, one book at a time” or “Bookmaggedon: Postponing the end, one book at a time”. Now that’s pretty neat, eh? ;)4. What is your favorite part about the book blogging community? Is there anything that you would like to see change in the coming years?
5. Where do you see your blog in five years?
Five years is a very long time, my friend. And now, I’m not even imagining the future of my blog. Because I swear that as long as books, the physical ones, still exists, then so will my blog. Hopefully. Also, as long as I can still read and still write, then my blog will still continue its journey. I’m living in the present but with school approaching, I’m afraid it won’t be the first priority anymore but it will still be a PRIORITY nevertheless.
Thank you for the precious time you’ve allotted to read this piece of information about moi. I appreciate it. I just wanna introduce an event hosted by Eileen called #TeenBEA. More info in her post Armchair BEA: Day 1 in the announcement area.
*There she is in all her glory and she sends her regards *