Book Worm Writer Tag!!

I was nominated by Starling for the Book Worm Writer Tag. This tag was tons of fun to do. Thanks SO much for nominating me, Starling!!!

1. If you were to read one book,(aside from the Holy Bible) and only that book for the rest of your life, what book would that be? (I know that sounds terrible but it does make you think)

Ohhhhh you’re trying to torture me, aren’t you?? Well since I must choose…Probably Everybody Always by Bob Goff. It’s an extremely inspirational book and I have learned SO much from it!! I would highly encourage anyone reading this to check it out!

2. If you had the choice of either writing a mystery or a fantasy novel, which would you choose?

Ooohhhh…probably mystery. I haven’t written much Mystery at all, and I think that it would be a ton of fun to write a novel on that genre!!

3. What is the worst or most annoying cliche you have come across in all your book reading?

Hmmm…probably when the book is Historical Fiction and the author didn’t get the facts right and I don’t even have to research to know that it’s wrong. That drives me S.O. crazy!!

4. Why do you like reading?

Because it opens up doors to worlds I couldn’t go to, otherwise. It’s an escape from reality, a door to the unknown.

5. Top 3 favorite authors, …go!

Bob Goff, Brian Jacques and Chuck Black!

6. If given only two places to read your choice book, one being under a large tree with soft grass to sit on and two being in a hayloft, which would you choose?

Under a tree! I live in the middle of a forest and I love being surrounded by nature. So yes, most definitely under a big oak tree. πŸ™‚

7. On average, how many books do you read in a month?

It depends…If the books are easy, I can get through around 5 or 6, but if they aren’t, then sometimes only 2. XD

8. As a writer, you have experienced writing struggles. What do you think is the biggest challenge you have ever come across when crafting your pieces?

Researching! I love researching for my Historical Fiction pieces, but there’s either too MUCH information that I can’t tell which one is reliable, or too little and I’m left with little to nothing.

9. What is your biggest goal as a writer, meaning, what do you hope to accomplish later in your writing adventures?

I hope to become a published author of a book that I’m proud of. πŸ™‚

10. Finally, what type of book do you feel you must write? The quote by Beverly Cleary, ”If you don’t see the book you want on the shelf, write it.” is the inspiration to this question. In other words, what book do you not see on the shelf?

I’d really like to write a book on my teenage-life experiences. I’ve read some books that are sort of on this subject, but they just didn’t really touch me the way that I wanted them to. I want to write a book that other teenagers will be able to understand and that will offer them hope when they think there is none.

That was tons of fun!!

I now nominate:


Abby Rose:

20 thoughts on “Book Worm Writer Tag!!”

  1. Hey, very well done Keziah! That’s a great idea to write a book for teens to show them there is hope indeed! Keep up with your writing and you will get a book done! Have a wonderful day!πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ΊπŸŒžπŸŒ³

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  2. Oh cool, we just got Everybody Always and it looks amAZing!!!
    Also, write that teenage book and write it soon and publish it and tell me when you do because I want to read it. πŸ˜€

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