The Liebster Award

I’ve been nominated for the Liebster Award by Shaheshal.

Thank you Shaheshal! Go over and check out her blog – she’s an eccentric, funny, bubbly person that you’ll just love!


  1. Thank the blogger(s) who nominated you
  2. Share 11 facts about yourself
  3. Answer the 11 questions the blogger(s) gave you
  4. Nominate 11 bloggers that deserve the reward
  5. Create 11 original questions for the nominees to answer
  6. Let them know they’ve been nominated


I’m come from a family with 8 kids

I’ve been published

I’ll be glad when this whole Covid-19 thing is over

And I’m too buggered to think of anything else to share for this particular section. So, moving on.


Is a hotdog a sandwich? Why or why not?

I guess it is – a sandwich is technically something placed inbetween two slices of bread that is then eaten, so I guess a hotdog counts as a sandwich? *shrugs*


What’s the most ridiculous fact you know?

That I can’t think of any answer to this question right at this moment, lol.


What is the funniest joke you know by heart?

Dammit! I did know one! And it was so good! And now I’ve forgotten it! *mutters things that are not fit to be printed*


How do you feel about putting broccoli on pizza?

That’s…LOL! That’s like normal in my life! I’ve grown up with broccoli on pizza and LOVE IT!!! Especially when the broccoli has been cooked in water for a certain length of time and it’s at JUST the right softness that just melts in your mouth when you take a bit – combined with a little cheese for the pizza that I snatched (though you didn’t hear that from me).

Which is why I so laugh at that scene in Inside Out when Disgust, Fear, Joy, Anger, and Sadness all recoil in visible disgust going “Ugh!” when they see a pizza with broccoli on it and one goes “Who puts broccoli on pizza!?” and Disgust walks off saying “That’s it – I’m done” and Anger rants about how San Fransisco has ruined pizza – as a broccoli-on-pizza lover, it’s a hilarious scene!


Who do you know that really reminds you of a character in a TV show or movie?

My father – he’s very much like someone in the 2017 movie Geostorm (though I shan’t reveal who for many reasons).

And last month, when looking through old photos of me and my family, I saw this old photo of one of my brothers and in that particular photo, he looked so much like James McAvoy, it was shocking! He doesn’t look anything like him now for several reasons, but back then, in that particular photo, he did.


What are some fun ways to answer everyday questions like “how’s it going” or “what do you do”?

Hmmm, I’ve never thought of actually doing that, but considering that a few of my friends online are Americans and they sometimes love to make cracks about Aussies (cause I’m an Aussie), I’m seriously going to think of some really funny things to say the next time they ask me ‘how’s it going?’

Anyway, as an Aussie, these are the things I’d say if I ever get the chance:

What do you do? My answer(s): Ride Kangaroos to school; send messages back and forth between my friends in Australia using kookaburras; and am training under the Avengers (but that’s all like top secret stuff – don’t let any Men in Black or spies know that).

How’s it going? My answer(s): Fair dinkum, mate; Well, I didn’t see my name in the ‘death’ section of the newspaper this morning (not that I really read the newspaper, but we’ll just ignore that).


What is your favorite thing to do when you’re bored?

Write or read. If neither of those are currently available, then I create inventive (I am NOT going to say unusual or weird) things to do/eat that are a lot of fun/very tasty (Yes, naysayers [i.e. certain members of my immediate family] the food I combine and create is extremely tasty if you’d bother to just try it instead of assuming it’s going to be bad and rambling on about how there’s ‘some things you don’t have to try’ [which in this case is just rubbish]).


Do you like to cook?



If it would suddenly start snowing in the summer what would be your reaction?



(Though, since I’ve never actually been in snow, nor actually seen any in real life [I’ve seen it plenty of times on the TV or computer, but that’s it] I’d be very curious and would probably play around in it like a bloody child)


Would you rather know the history of every object you touched or be able to talk to animals?

Talk to animals – hands down.


Would you rather have all traffic lights you approach be green or never have to stand in line again?

The latter – as the first would be extremely dangerous as everyone else would be approaching from all directions the traffic lights are in at the same time as me. It would be disaster if it was at this type of intersection:

Intersection (road) - Wikipedia


Anyone who wants to do it. Sorry, I’m just not up to thinking of nominees at the moment.


I’ll just pass along the questions I was asked.

Have a great day/night!













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About Me

I’m an Australian author and artist, self-published as a teenager. Fast food worker and a uni student. Love karaoke, clubbing, cosplay, makeup listening to ASMR, and photography. Genderfluid, mainly they/them pronouns, and bisexual. Also run a podcast called “The Little Book Corner by Ash Digest – Author” that’s available on Spotify and Anchor/Spotify for Podcasts


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