The Secret Life of a Book Blogger Tag!

Hello everyone! Yesterday. I spent a nice warm day outside most of the day. That’s the reason this post is coming later then usual. I apologized for once again not posting yesterday. Thank you My Tiny Obsessions for nominating me to do this book filled (*wink*) tag.

The Rules Are:

1. Thank the person who nominated you.

2. Answer the provided questions.

3. Nominate other book bloggers to do the award.

4. Notify them by linking (ping backing) their blog directly back to your post using the link button or by posting on a new post or about page.

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Below are the questions along with my answers:

How long have you been a blogger?

Almost 2 months (Tomorrow will be 2 months)

At what point do you think you’ll stop blogging?

Right now I don’t think I`ll stop blogging anytime soon. It may happen eventfully but not in the near future.

What’s the best thing about blogging?

There are many great things about blogging but I think the followers are one of them. They’re there for you no matter what and will always comment and like your posts 🙂

What’s the worst thing about blogging?

I think the worst thing is the pressure of posting every day and when you don’t, the guilt you feel.

How long does it take for you to find/create pictures for your posts?

Google images are normally what I go for and it takes 1-5 minutes depending on how many pictures. it only takes longer if I cant find the right pictures. The only picture I’ve made so far is my “What I`m Reading Wednesday`s one. That took only a couple of minutes.

Who is your book crush?

That’s tough. I currently don’t have one but my post recent was Quentin Jacobsen from Paper Towns by John Green.

What do you wear when you write your blog posts?

This is a strange question. I wear shorts, a t-shirt, and flip flops when in public and my “pajamas” when I`m just staying home and relaxing.

How long does it take you to prepare?

Normally I get an idea and just start typing but sometimes I have to write out things ahead of time. Normally no more then 10-15 minutes but that will change once school starts on September 1st.

How do you feel about the Book Blogger community?

The Book Blogger community is absolutely amazing and so supportive.

What should be done to achieve a successful blog?

This is another tough question to answer since every blog and definition is different. I would say a successful blog is one that interacts a lot with the community, posts as much as possible, and has quite a few viewers and/or followers.

Now its your turn!

Just copy and paste these questions below into your post! If you want, paste a blank template like this for your nominees and ask them to do the same so everyone can easily participate in this tag.

How long have you been a blogger?

At what point do you think you’ll stop blogging?

What’s the best thing about blogging?

What’s the worst thing about blogging?

How long does it take for you to find/create pictures for your posts?

Who is your book crush?

What do you wear when you write your blog posts?

How long does it take you to prepare?

How do you feel about the Book Blogger community?

What should be done to achieve a successful blog?

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I tag everyone who wants to do this! It is for book bloggers though.

Thanks for reading and Stay tuned for more 😀

~Makayla the Bookworm 🙂

Book Review: Nerd Camp 2.0

Today I’m finally doing a book review that’s not during What I’m Reading Wednesday’s. Today I am reviewing Nerd Camp 2.0 by Elissa Brent Weissman. This book is the sequel to Nerd Camp.

Summary:

Last summer, Gabe went to a summer camp for nerds called Summer Center for Gifted Enrichment. Summer Center for Gifted Enrichment was six weeks of “righteous learning.” This summer is going to be different. Gabe is still going to “Nerd Camp,” but this year his step brother Zack was all set to go to a nearby sleep away camp called Camp Seneca that has everything from skateboarding to rock climbing. But a wildfire destroys his camp and seemingly his summer. Now all of Camp Seneca will be sharing the same  campgrounds as the Nerd Camp. The fun filled summer that Gabe dreamed about all year has now become “a geeks nightmare,” and an on going war. The two very different worlds collide. Can these two camps and brothers survive the summer?

Rating: 10/10 or 5 stars

Good Reads Rating: 4/5 stars

Amazon Rating: 4.6/5 stars

Age Range: 8-12 years old.

Grade Range: Grades  3-7.

Do I recommend the book? Yes! I think you should read the first book before this one so you can get to know Gabe and Zack as well as their very different personalities. Zack isn’t in very much of the first book and Gabe is the main character. I recommend this person for anyone that wants to embrace their inner nerd or jock or just loves a good adventure book 🙂

Thanks for reading and Stay tuned for more Book Reviews 🙂

~Makayla the Bookworm 😀

Source: goodreads.com