Armchair BEA is a yearly event that allows bloggers to participate in BEA from their home!
Unlike a normal interview, this interview is where the Armchair BEA moderators posted a series of question, each blogger will answer five of them to help other participants get to know them!
Please Tell Us a Little Bit About You: Who Are You? How Long Have You Been Blogging? Why Did You Get Into Blogging?
I am a 12 year old bookish boy living in Washington state who loves nothing more then pizza and a good book! I've been blogger for a year and a half now, and I love (almost) every second of it!
What is Your Favorite Book You've Read So Far in 2012?
My favorite book I've read this year is a tie between Insurgent by Veronica Roth and Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter by Seth Grahme Smith! Both I loved to bits and I can't wait to watch the movie adaptation of the latter!
Where Do You See Your Blog in Five Years?
This is a toughie, as I'm only 12 and you all know how us children hate planning ahead! To think I'll be seventeen then is just wacky! But I hope that my blog has gotten bigger, and as I've matured my writing style has also gotten better! Also, I hope to attend the actual BEA then!
What Is Your Favorite Post That You Have Written that You Want Everyone to Read?
This is a tie between two of my posts that I have published recently (my early posts sorta sucked): my Hunger Games Movie Review (here) and my review of Destined by Aprilynne Pike (here). Both I think are great examples of what this blog is all about!
What is Your Favorite About Book Blogging? Is There Anything That You Would Like to See Change in the Coming Years?
Hands down all the people I've met. The bloggers, the authors, the publishers, and just the general book lovers. It's so much fun to talk books with them. It feels like everyday I'm making a new best bookish friend everyday, the community is growing that much! The thing I would like to see change? All the drama. No matter if I'm involved or just an onlooker, it also saddens me to see a group of people who all love the same things acting so petty. This is the reason why "professional" book reviewers don't take us seriously. Lets keep the drama in the books, shall we?