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The Beautiful Blogger Award

So last week I was notified that I had been tagged to do the Beautiful Blogger award by the lovely Rambling Reads, so thank you so much for tagging me. This tag allows you to list some fact about yourself. The rules are as follows... 

Rules:

Link the blogger who took the time to nominate you.


List seven random things about yourself.

Nominate seven beautiful, creative bloggers.


Notify the amazing people who you nominated for the award.

So let's get started...

1. I state my favourite book of all time has to be The Book Thief by Marcus Zusack.

2. I am currently studying for a History degree but I don't read much historical fiction.  

3. I have a twin sister called Rebecca. I am older by one minute. 

4. I am currently taking a film module at university which has made me more interested in black and white films as before I did not like them before. It has also made me more conscious of the production of a film and film's history. 

5. Recently I have stopped comparing book to movie adaptations to each other because I know there are going to be different and they are different mediums so not everything from the book is going to fit in the film. 

6. I really like indie films. 

7. I have recently rediscovered my love of creating with the help of my Wreck This Journal. 

8. I didn't think I could think of seven interesting facts about myself, I was wrong. 

Hope you enjoyed the facts about myself and I hope you learnt something new about me!

As per, I am not going to tag anyone but if anyone wants to do this tag feel free. 

What are seven facts about you? Leave them in the comments below.

See you soon, 

Amy

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