I’m Emily, but you can call me Emz, as it is the name I most commonly use while blogging (There are just way tooooo many bloggers named Emily…) I’m a high school student and my life currently mainly revolves around school :'( Of course, I’m also a huge bibliophile and a huge part of my life is book related. Oh, and I can be very indecisive… I’ve been blogging for roughly a year and half, if you count the awkward “I have no idea what I’m doing” beginning. I got into blogging because I wanted a chance to be able to talk to fellow book lovers (my friends in real life just don’t get it.) I’m blogging from the United States. 🙂
2) Describe your blog in just one sentence. Then, list your social details — Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, etc. — so we can connect more online.
Describe my blog in just one sentence… umm, okay, but this might end up being a run on sentence. It’s a YA blog that features discussions and reviews. As more my social media details…
Blog Facebook Page: Icy Cold Reads
(I don’t really use my personal Facebook).
(Feel free to ask me anything from book recs to blogging questions).
More links can be found on the sidebar.
3) What genre do you read the most? I love to read because ___________________ .
The genre I read the most is YA because I find that it’s the genre that is the easiest for me to connect to. Inside YA, I prefer reading fantasy because I find that it usually has a little bit of everything like action and romance. Also, it’s nice to read about a place where teens have bigger problems than grades and college apps.
4) Share your favorite book or reading related quote.
I’m not quite sure who said it, but my favorite reading related quote is:
“If you think reading is boring, you’re doing it wrong.”
(If you know who said it, can you let me know so I can give credit?)
5) If you were stranded on a deserted island, what 3 books would you bring? Why? What 3 non-book items would you bring? Why?
I’ll get back to you about the three books, I hate picking favorites. As for the thee non-book items, assuming they can be unrealistic and from books, I would bring Hermione’s bag, filled with books and electronics, like my laptop and Nook, and a wi-fi router (can we say that counts as one item instead of like 50 million because they are necessary for my survival?). I would also bring a survival kit (because that’s also needed for survival, duh!) and Piper’s cornucopia from The Mark of Athena (because a girl’s gotta eat).
6) What book would you love to see as a movie?
I’m just going to answer this question as if it were asking which movie adaption I would love to see. I really, really, want to see The Maze Runner because the trailer looks fantastic. If the question was referring to a book that has not yet been adapted… I’m drawing a blank. Maybe Heist Society or the Gallagher Girls series, both by Ally Carter.