BOOKWORM INTERVIEW 2: With Book Blogger - Novellisteer




Eiyo dearies,

Welcome back to Fadima Mooneira's second episode of Bookworm Interview. For this second episode, I am happy that I interviewed a Nigerian book blogger named Nafisa Adels. Nafisa Adels is also known as Novellisteer. Besides writing about books, Novellisteer also writes about reading culture, lifestyle, and reviews on Asian dramas. Yep, she is also a fan of Asian and Hallyu entertainment. For this interview, I am also happy to learn about the reading culture in Nigeria. Now let's check out Novellisteer's bio and her thoughts on books and reading culture.


Novellisteer's Profile



Occupation:
Entrepreneur, Podcaster and Cybersecurity Student.

Short Bio:
As a cybersecurity student am currently on a path to securing my life while creating content in style and color. My life force is to utilize my experience & all-round novel personality in my a career as a professional, I'm currently applying that knowledge in building a social creative studio that helps wellness and security brand to build a relationship.

Social Media Links:

Blog: 

Instagram: @Novellisteer

Twitter: @Novellisteer

Facebook Page: Novellisteer


The Interview

1.  When did you first start reading for pleasure?

I definitely can't remember when I start reading, but I guess from the age when I was able to open a book.
   
2.  What is the first book/novel you read?

I hate to be the person who can't remember the first book that I read. 

3.  Oh... it's okay. Not everyone remembers their first book. So what genre do you read?

I mostly read all genre except, but I found reading Contemporary, Fantasy, Romance, Sci-fi, Young Adult, Psychology, Mystery, self-help books more in the past 2 years.

4.   Do you judge a book by its cover?

I do judge a book by its cover but not enough to take it home, I am browsing the shelf and I see a book cover that I like am definitely going to stop and have a look that doesn't mean I am taking it home.    

5.  What is your all-time favorite book / novel and why? Do you repeat reading it? 

My all-time favorite book is actually a book I discovered last year I had re-read this book for some many times, and the titled is The Grandmaster of Demonic Cultivation.





6.  Wow! It sounds like an interesting book. The cover looks interesting too. Would you recommend it to other bookworms?

I would definitely recommend it but this book is not for everyone, this is one of the books that I need to know you before I can recommend.    

7. Who is your favorite author?

Don't have an all-time favorite author.
     
8. How’s the reading culture in your country?

The reading culture in my country leaves much to be desired.

9. Do you have any ideas on how to improve the reading culture in your country?

By cutting off the workload, academic load, reducing shipping rate if not for ebooks I could had given up reading, introduced literacy program from the foundation and the society should stop judging readers who read others part of genres apart from classics.




If you are a bookworm and wish to be feature on my blog, pls feel free to email me at fadimamooneira@yahoo.com your answers to the 10 questions below. Do also email me your best picture/selfie, picture/cover of the first book you read, and your favorite book.







XoXo,

Fadima Mooneira ^_^


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Comments

  1. Interesting tu ambil course cybersecurity. Nama pun lembut je Nafisa.

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  2. Good job dear..well done..
    Sis ada kawan bookworm ni, nanti nak bagitau dialah, kot la dia nak di interview hehehee

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    1. Yesssssssssss........ pls! I am looking for more participants.

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  3. wahh, menarik jugak interview macam ni...level antarabangsa gitu..dia punya jawapan tu macam banyak yang menyerupai diri ini..hahaha! suka jawapan soalan no 4 dia!

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  4. wah, good job! create networking among bloggers at another country. maybe i should follow your approach. Nice reading the interview session.

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    1. Yep. I enjoyed networking with international bloggers. They help a lot in my development as a blogger.

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  5. Very nice. I enjoyed reading this interview. Keep up the good job.

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  6. She is beautiful. And... I wonder is the book about ( The Grandmaster of Demonic Cultivation)... hehehe... I've visit her blog. Great blog! - Blog Sofinahlamudindotcom

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    1. It is also the first time to heard of The Grandmaster of Demonic Cultivation. It looks like an interesting book. Maybe you can ask Novellisteer about it. Btw, you are a bookworm too. Would you like to be the third participant for this interview? Hehehe.

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  7. Nafisa, sedap dan cantik nama tu secantik orangnya. Nak terjah juga blog beliau. Mana tahu boleh dapat sesuatu ilmu baru kan.

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    1. Yes. You should visit Novellisteer’s blog. She wrote interesting stuffs.

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  8. so pretty and her name also beautiful, Nafisa ya. nice sharing ya sis

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  9. Wow..bgusnya you interview orang luar..dapat ebrkawan semua..sangat cantik orangnya...

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    1. Kat Twitter senang nak networking dgn international bloggers babe.

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  10. Seronok bila dapat kenali dengan mereka yg cintakan buku dan penulisan

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  11. bestnya ada international friend, I tak la ramah sangat sampai ke luar sana. Setuju dengan dia, even suka buku tu pun kena tengok personaliti orang dulu baru boleh recommend

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  12. Ini satu peluang yang baik untuk bookworm dikenali di media sosial.. mrk haris berterima kasih pd Fadima yang rajin ni.

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    1. Tqvm Kak Fas. I just wanna promote reading culture because I also love books. I am planning to do more bloggers activities on my blog. Insya’Allah semua dlm perancangan. Let’s help each other to achieve our dreams.

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  13. She sounds like a great reader and I hope her country opens up a bit on reading, because it can change lives! I like this interview format, too. Happy to have discovered your blog. :)

    Lia | liadospetti.com

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  14. You're not the only one who can't remember the first book they read, I don't. I can barely remember the first fiction book I enjoyed, and I was around 9 at the time

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    1. I also can’t remember the first book I read. I only remember the first novel I read.

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  15. I need to get back to my reading habit soon.

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  16. A good read. Thanks for sharing. I wish I had more time to read but most of my reading is social media. Did finish Dean Koontz’s book 4 of Frankenstein on my last trip though.

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    1. It’s ok. Reading from socmed is good too. Gives you knowledge.

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  17. I really like your blog! I discover so many interesting people with you! 👍🏻👍🏻

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  18. wow dear you are so initiated. thanks for sharing such precious info with us :)

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  19. Menarik juga sesi interview macam ni. Bagusnya bila kita rajin baca buku dan dapat pula kawan-kawan yang suka membaca. Boleh saling bertukar pendapat.

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