Blogger Interview with Sam!

Hey everyone!! So, as you may or may not remember , there is an ongoing series of blogger interviews taking place on my blog since mid-January. And here I am with a new one!

Today, I will be interviewing Sam @Literary Delirium. Do give her blog a follow as she posts amazing content!

Let’s begin!

Me: Tell me something about yourself.

Sam: I’m an 18 year old, Indian-American blogger and reviewer. I love reading, playing basketball and making playlists and aesthetics for books. 

Me: Oh, I enjoy playing basketball too, although it’s been long since I have played it. Why did you start blogging?

Sam: I’ve always had strong opinions about the books I read and a lot of things in general. Having my own platform seemed like a good idea to to express my thoughts.

Me: Ah, I see I see. What motivates you to continue blogging?

Sam: I love having a platform to myself where I can talk about whatever I want without being judged because obviously, it’s my blog. The fact that I can say whatever I need to and want to say over here just inspires me to keep blogging. It’s like my own version of freedom and escapism.

Me: That is a pretty good reason, you know. Why do you blog about books?

Sam: All things books. I do book related tags, discussions and reviews. It’s super fun.

Me: I agree 100%. What’s your least favorite thing about having a blog?

Sam: A lot of people tend to self promote their content. Then there’s the whole follow to unfollow part. Usually, people don’t take bloggers seriously which really annoys me. I don’t believe it’s necessary to only have a bookstagram account or youtube channel express your opinion.

Me: I totally agree!!! I mean, I hate self-promoters. If I like your blog, I will follow it!!! And I agree with the other things too, it is super annoying. Do you read? What are your favourite books?

Sam: I love to read. Some of my favourite books are An Ember in the Ashes by Sabaa Tahir, Stalking Jack the Ripper by kerri maniscalco , the poppy war by rf kuang, underneath the sycamore tree by b celeste and warcross by marie lu. 

Me: Oh… I have heard of almost all of them. What is your favourite genre? Why?

Sam: I have two. Romance and Fantasy are my favourite genres and usually the ones I gravitate toward the most. They usually have the most angst, tension and high stakes. Plus the plot twists and characters are usually pretty good. 

Me: Haha, true! Do you listen to music? Who are your favourite artists?

Sam: I listen to music all the time. I love songs by James Arthur, Sasha Sloan, Why Don’t We, Anna Clendening, Blackbear, etc.

Me: I love Why Don’t We!!!!! I am like trying to listen to all their songs these days. So, last but not the least, feedback for my blog?

Sam: I really love your content. I just think that maybe you could improve on your aesthetics and headers but apart from that your blog is great.

Me: Thank you Sam! It was awesome having you here!

That’s all folks! DO you listen to Why Don’t We? If you don’t, please go do that!

5 thoughts on “Blogger Interview with Sam!

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  1. Ah, yay, I’m glad these interviews are showing how much everyone likes fantasy! 😊 The Poppy War is one of my favorites, too!
    And gosh, yes – self-promoters can be really annoying! If there’s anything that’s going to stop me from checking out your blog, it’s telling me I should! 😂

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