The Great British Bake Off Book Tag

the great british bake off book tag

Hello! Long time no see 😉 I’ve been a bit busy the last week and not had the chance to come on here as much as I’d like, anyway *excuses excuses* I thought I’d do a quick tag today to make it up 😉 And no, I don’t watch the show, but everyone likes cake, I like cake and I’m craving cake right now, so cue CAKE TAG (that sentence just sound like cake cake CAKKKE!)

Thank you so much to the wonderful Zezee for tagging me to do this! Her blog is a scrumptious array of awesome things- so if you haven’t checked it out yet… what are you doing with your time?!


Link back to the creator Zaheerah’s post.

Tag people or don’t. Just have fun.

Ready, get set, Bake! (or tag)

Amateur Baker: A book that is self-published

masters and beginners version 2

By my lovely friend Daley Downing!

Soggy Bottom: A book that had a great start but a disappointing ending


Because why on earth did they have to turn out to be plants? (okay, that’s not technically the end, so not a spoiler- but seriously it can’t really be uphill from there 😉 )

#Bingate: A book you great frustrated with and had to DNF


This is hard cos I rarely DNF things cos I’m frustrated (boring me is more of a putdownable offence)- heck I rarely DNF things period. So I’m cheating by saying Wicked because I originally quit reading this cos I hated the writing style (I went back to it six months later and finished it- still hated the writing though)

Junior Bake Off: A children’s book

tiger who came to tea

Just cos it’s classic.

A Hollywood Handshake: A book that impressed you

bear and the nightingale

I’ve not reviewed this yet, but mannnn this BLEW ME AWAY!

Signature Challenge: A book that you would recommend to your friends and family

man's search for meaning

Frankly I recommend this to everyone.

Technical Challenge: Books that you read without knowing much beforehand; rank them from worst to best

Some of these were happy accidents… others not so much.


Honestly, I feel like I was a victim of blurb and cover fraud with this one cos it was not what I thought it would be. If I’d known what this was actually about, I wouldn’t have picked it up.


Believe it or not, I read this before it was “cool”- I know, I know I’m a Twilight Hipster 😉 I also think the blurb made me think of a *totally* different type of book.

facing the light

Totally underrated.

we were liars

A lot of the marketing around this book was about how you shouldn’t know anything going in- and that recommendation is completely correct, so I’m not going to tell you *anything* (except that it’s brilliant, go read it 😉 )

poison chris wooding

I picked this up on a whim, knowing nothing about it, and it was one of the best surprises of my life. Also, the blurb tells you very little about the actual plot, so it was even more unexpected than I could have imagined.

The Finalists: A favorite trilogy

daughter of smoke and bone

Okay in the interest of not using the same trilogy for the millionth time, I’m gonna go with Daughter of Smoke and Bone because I’m currently rereading (very slo-o-owly) the first one with Being a Book Nerd and loving it!

An Extra Slice: A favorite companion book

wizard heir

Okay, so these books are pretty unusual as companion fantasy books. They do have an overarching plot that becomes more involved as it goes on, but I definitely consider the second one a companion to the first (and you could probably just start at book 2)

That’s it! I tag:

Steph (cos I know how much you like cake 😉 ), Claire (ditto), Nel, Jess @MudandStars, Charley @BooksandBakes, Katie @NeverNotReading, Beth@ReadingEveryNight, Rebecca @MyLifeAsASportsFangirlMarcia and Melting Pot and Other Calamities

And for everyone else- what’s your favourite type of cake? Let me know in the comments!


The Writer’s Tag

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Hello!! First of all, I want to say thank you for the awesome comments yesterday, I was not having a terribly productive day (*cough* to say the least) and reading everything you wrote was a great pick-me-up 😀 ❤

Secondly, I saw this awesome tag over on Kat@LifeandOtherDisasters’s wonderful blog and I thought it was perfect for this month! Do check out her post cos her answers rock!! (and it’ll lead you to discover her brilliant WIP!) Okay, let’s get this party started!

What genres, styles, and topics do you write about?

I ❤️ fantasy. Seriously, everything I’ve ever written is fantasy and I don’t plan to change that. I’ve written a YA fantasy duology, I’m working on a dystopic fantasy trilogy, and I’m planning some high fantasy series for the future. Oh and I have an idea for a gothic novella… which is basically old school fantasy 😉 You get the idea, fantasy’s my jam 😉

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How long have you been writing?

Hard to say when I went from just making up stories to play and when I started writing them down… If you count all forms of storytelling, then forever

Why do you write?

I loved Kat’s answer here- basically in short: I HAVE to. It’s a compulsion.

When is the best time to write?


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What parts of writing do you love and hate?

Lots of things…


  • Endings!!
  • When characters get a mind of their own- I mentioned this to Kat cos she had this on her list, but the best time this happened to me was when one of my characters came out as gay halfway through the aforementioned trilogy- it was a bit of an “ohhh” moment cos it was unintentional (that character and I get on so much better cos he’d been a bit of an enigma to me before)
  • When I’m on a role and the words are just flowing and you’re not too worried about what’s getting put on the page
  • When you read over said words and it’s not half bad



  • When you read over said words and it’s the worst thing you’ve ever read and you should probably scrap it all, but it was a lot of work so you don’t want to scrap it all, but arghh it’s crap, so you end up scrapping it all :/
  • When you’re book doesn’t like you very much and needs a million and one edits
  • When you’ve been working on the same thing for years and there’s no end in sight
  • Fear of showing people and guilt about not sharing it with people

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How do you overcome writer’s block?

I write something else. Like I said it’s a compulsion and I always have to be writing *something*

Are you working on something at the moment?

Yes indeedy- that aforementioned trilogy. Annnd I’m trying to figure out what I can say without giving anything away. Hmm… I think I traumatised my bestie the other day giving her book 2- so that was good… Sort of 😉

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What are your writing goals this year?

Well it’s near the end of the year, so a lot of my targets for 2017 are done- namely finishing book 2. I was actually pretty wiped out after completing it back in the summer and was gonna leave it there for a while…. But no time like the present, when I realised Nano was coming up and that I’d have a shot at doing something for it, I decided I wanted to press on with book 3, cos why not? So my plan is to get a reasonable amount of the way through by the end of the year (hopefully so that next year, I’ll be able to write that elusive “The End”- that’s the dream anyway 😉 )

Annnd now I think I’ve prattled on enough- I tag Daley Downing, Sophie Li, Marie, Eve Messenger, CharlotteDani and all the writers that are reading this!

So do you write? What’s your genre of choice? Let me know in the comments!

Zombie Apocalypse Book Tag

YAS IT’S HALLOWEEN AT LAST!! Time for another *frightfully* fun tag!

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Thank you so much to the awesome-and-endlessly-entertaining All Bout Them Books and Stuff and the fantastic Queen of Fantasy Dragons and Zombies for tagging me to do this tag! Do check them out!

The Rules:

  • Choose 5 books!
  • Randomly set up your books in order.
  • Flip to a random page in the book and write the first two names you see.
  • Put the names in the categories listed below in the order you saw them!
  • Cry at how screwed you are…


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The Apocalypse

THE FIRST PERSON TO DIE: Prince Achilles, Song of Achilles– well we’re screwed.

THE PERSON YOU TRIP TO ESCAPE THE ZOMBIES: Patroclus, Song of Achilles– yeahhh gotta admit that makes sense… Not cos I hate the character, far from it, but he’s kinda expendable.

THE PERSON THAT TRIPS YOU TO GET AWAY FROM THE ZOMBIES: Kate, This Savage Song– well that actually seems about right.

THE FIRST PERSON TO TURN INTO A ZOMBIE: August, This Savage Song– okay again I gotta say that makes a lot of sense. I mean isn’t he already sort of a monster? I mean I’m sure he wouldn’t like eating brains, but it can’t be any worse than souls 😉

THE TEAM IDIOT: Poor old Matthias (Crooked Kingdom) I don’t know if he deserves that label

THE BRAINS OF THE GROUP: Kaz Brekker, Crooked Kingdom– now this is a little bit too perfect

THE TEAM MEDIC: Seph, Wizard Heir– I could actually see this- this cinnamon roll of a character is actually a new favourite of mine, and though (in the book I’ve read) he doesn’t have any medical training, I could see him picking it up (I mean, he is a wizard, it’s not impossible)

THE WEAPONS EXPERT:  Jason, Wizard Heir– as long as the weapons are actually ancient magical artefacts that he “borrowed” from somewhere or other.

THE BRAWLER: The Librarian, Unseen Academicals– full disclosure, this is not entirely coincidental, since the book was bookmarked at my favourite place, but THIS IS PERFECT FOR THIS QUESTION!

THE TEAM LEADER: Nutt, Unseen Acadmicals, well I wasn’t going to get lucky twice with this, now was I? *Sigh* if only I’d bookmarked it on a Vetinari page 😉 Ah well at least we have a banana for the monkey, this should hold the zombies off…form50027


Nel, Raistlin, Briana and Krysta @Pages Unbound, Dani @Perspective of a Writer, Rivermoose Reads, LiisCharlotte, Rebecca @My Life As a Sports Fangirl, Kat, MarieSophie, Lashaan and Trang @BookidoteAli @IWuvBooks, RAINNever Not Reading, ZezeeWordaholic AnonymousAngelica and The Book Raven (yes I went a bit mad with the tagging, but this is so good I wanted to share it around- forgive me if you’ve already done it and feel free to do it even if I’ve not tagged you!)

That’s all for now- ttfn!

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Hocus Pocus Tag

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So I don’t know if I’ve mentioned it before but I *love* Hocus Pocus- so much so that I watch it annually #sorrynotsorry. That’s why I was ridiculously excited to be tagged by the lovely Never Not Reading (and the creator of this awesome tag!)- thank you so much!! Her blog is really brilliant and covers a huge array of topics, tags and reviews- so I highly recommend checking her out!


There are no rules. It’s YOUR blog. But if would be nice if you linked back to me, and maybe the person who tagged you too. Share the love folks.

The Sanderson Sisters

A great trilogy.

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I don’t even care that I’ve used this answer a million times before- Sabriel is just incredible! Plus it’s about necromancy, so it’s really appropriate for this tag.

Winifred Sanderson

A book with a truly evil female villain.

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Oh gosh- great question! I’m gonna go with Cersei Lannister, cos man, I love to hate her (plus she’s so morally ambiguous that some people don’t even see her as a villain)

Sarah Sanderson

A book that uncannily attracts children.

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Okay, I’m going for pretty young children, but I don’t know any child that doesn’t like the Gruffalo (or maybe that’s just cos like the Gruffalo 😉 )

Mary Sanderson

A book that is just plain silly.

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I’m going with The Owl and the Pussycat, because the Owl and the pussycat went to see in a beautiful pea green boat… It’s pure nonsense and I love it.


A book that is trying really hard to be cool, but doesn’t always succeed.


Gosh there’s loads I could put here- I’m going to pick something that’s likely to offend a ton of people and say Divergent, cos I feel like no matter how edgy it tried to be with that concept, it was less Hollister/Abercrombie (or whatever the cool kids are wearing now) and more like a ratty old jumper- if you pulled one of the loose strings it all fell apart. And I know a lot of people think it was the “hipster of books” by doing dystopia before it was cool, but it actually was just the first book to jump on the trend after Hunger Games (just look at the publication dates)


A book that isn’t afraid to tell it like it is.


I’m going to say Jude the Obscure because you can’t beat a little 19th century realism- although, since one of the things it deals with is mental health, and not in a “sensitive” way as so many people are pleading for nowadays, a lot of people will not agree with me here. Still if you do want authenticity, then look no further. (If you want kittens and rainbows and whatnot, maybe don’t read Hardy, or books with depression in them for that matter)


A book series that just won’t die.


I really have no one to blame but myself for keeping this one alive (cos I keep stupidly buying the darn books) but #sorrynotsorry I’ve had enough of the Shadowhunter books. They’re literally the same thing, rehashed over and over, only by the time it gets to “Dark” Artifices the villains are lamer *sarcastic yayyy*.


A book with a character that’s dumb as a rock.

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I’m gonna pick the main character in the Testing series, specifically because she is *supposed* to be smart and I have never seen a supposedly smart character make so many dumb decisions. Seriously authors- it’s not enough to label a character as clever if you’re then gonna make them an idiot!

The Black Flame Candle

A book or series you wish you could resurrect. 


Well I just checked on Goodreads, and can’t understand why the Wind Singer series only has c.15,000 ratings- it’s seriously amazing!!

Headless Billy Butcherson

A book that’s not so bad as people make it out to be.

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Hehe this is hard for me, cos I rarely like books that other people hate, but I do think that Catcher in the Rye gets a bad rap. I mean it’s definitely got a hateable main character, so I can understand why it divides people into “love it” or “hate it” camps, but it’s still an objectively well executed book (okay, I may be biased, since I’m in the love it camp)

Winifred Sanderson’s Spell Book

A book with a mind of its own.

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Hmm anything by Tim Bowler to be honest. He’s a complete pantser (no, I don’t mean he pants, I mean the totally-technical term of writing by the seat of his pants) so everything I’ve ever read by him starts very dramatically then tends to meander off into the weirdest and most unexpected directions. Sometimes it’s good, but a lot of the time it’s just very, very bad.

Garry Marshall

A book with a cameo.

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One thing I actually *love* about the Iron Fey series is how it manages to incorporate lots of characters straight out of Shakespeare and mythology- like Mab, Titania, and Puck- without making them lousy and pathetic (as so many YA interpretations seem to do). I actually find the cameos in this work really well and add, rather than detract, to the main characters and lore of the world building.

I’m tagging: Alanna, Keira, Kat, The Bookish Underdog, All Bout Them Books, My Musing, Quirky Book Nerd, Upside Down Books, and Melting Pots and Other Calamities

And now I think I might go watch Hocus Pocus for the umpteenth time… what movies do you like to watch at Halloween? Let me know in the comments!

Halloween Book Tag (Take 2)

Hello all!! Halloween is coming up (whooooo) so now is the perfect time to do this tag! And yes, I did this already, but that was two years ago now, so I’m doing it again- that’s allowed right? 😉


Thank you so much to Emily @Embuhleeliest, Sam @ Rivermoose Reads and Eve Messenger for tagging me to do this- you guys are the best!

  1. Carving pumpkins- what book would you carve up and light on fire?

I love this question so much!! I’m gonna pick something different from usual to bitch about and say Bronze Horseman cos I’ve not ranted about how gross I find that book in a while. It’s a straight up abusive relationship, dressed up as something romantic, with a useless main character that’s impossible to root for. There are few books I say “I don’t get it” over, but seriously I *do not* get why this book is popular.


  1. Trick or treat- what character is a trick, what character is a treat?

I’m cheating with this question, cos I’m going with Kaz Brekker from Six of Crows and I feel like he’s the trick *and* the treat!

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  1. Candy corn- what book is always sweet?

Serafina and the Black Cloak- honestly this book is candy from Halloween, Christmas and New Year all rolled into one levels of cute! If I had an aww-o-meter while reading this, I’d have broken it.

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  1. Ghosts- what character would you love to visit you as a ghost?

Hehe I had to resist the urge to just say a particular character we all know and love (*ahem Sirius Black*) cos I’ve said that before. So I’m going to go with Noah from Raven Boys (which is not a spoiler, since he’s dead at the start of the book). But he’d make a great friend.


(Also, I looked up some ghost gifs for this and most of them are freaky- so I’m considering taking back my answer and saying no one)

  1. Dressing up in costume- what character would you want to be for a day?

Again, I already gave my perfect answer last time I did this (Smaug for anyone who’s interested) *sighs*. So since I am robbed of that choice, I’m just gonna go straight up Nazgul, cos you know, why not? (To be honest, I now have some more sensible answers, but since this was the first answer that popped into my weird, weird brain, I’m sticking with it)


  1. Wizards and witches- what is your favorite Harry Potter moment?

Oh man this is so tough!! Since I’m not using the same answers as last time, I’m gonna say when Harry saves Sirius in Prisoner of Azkaban, the opening the Goblet of Fire and when we find out Snape’s true motivations in Deathly Hallows (yeahhh no way am I picking just one man!)


  1. Blood and gore- what book was so creepy that you had to take a break from it for awhile?

Easily Turn of the Screw– I had to read that one quiet night in Uni when no one else was around… Let’s just say it made me pretty jumpy!

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That’s all for now- I tag:

Zuky, Nel, Aislynn, Marianna Reads, Reading in the Wings, Naty and Crafty Scribbles

The Candy Book Tag

It’s Halloween season, I’m starting to see the decorations go up everywhere, which means of course that it’s CANDY TIME!!


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Thank you so much to the wonderful Rivermoose Reads and the supremely sweet Sophie @Blame Chocolate– check out they’re blogs cos they’re awesome!!

(also I have a ridiculously sweet tooth, so I will be eating a bag of jelly bellies while I do this… I blame the tag 😉 )

Apples – Ah. Healthy food. It is deep, meaningful, and probably won a lot of awards but, um, it really isn’t your thing.

Ah I’m sorry to say this, but I’ve never read a stream of consciousness book that I’ve enjoyed, so I’m sad to say I didn’t like One Hundred Years of Solitude, even if I get why others do.

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Milk Chocolate – This is a book you’d recommend to absolutely EVERYONE.

Gosh there’s so many books I could put here, but I’m going to go with Man’s Search for Meaning– it is honestly the most profound and impactful book I have ever read and I can’t recommend it enough.

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Black Jellybeans – Why do these exist??

I *hate* black jellybeans with a passion, so I have to come up with a suitably gross book, and it really can only be Wideacre. Why? Because even a black jelly baby is not as yucky as this book!


Chocolate Kisses – Awww this novel had the best romance.

It’s gotta be an Austen doesn’t it? I mean, those are the rules…

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(okay probably a strange choice of meme for this question)

Anyhoo… I’m going with Persuasion!


Gummy Spiders – Eek! You made sure to check under your bed every night for a week after reading this scary one.

Hehe well I’m easily scared, so I was freaked out by Through the Woods– all those scary, scary illustrations *shivers*

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Jumbo Lollipop – This took you forever to get through, but hey! You did it!

Well I’m going to go with a positive one for this and say War and Peace– cos yes, of course it took ages, but man, it was so worth it!!

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Cotton Candy – Admit it, you loved this when you were younger (you probably still do). Think children’s or MG fiction.

Gotta admit, I still love candy floss!! I have so so many answers for this- but I’m just gonna pick Peter Pan for now!

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Well that was a fun tag and now I’m all out of sugary treats, I should probably eat something more substantial… like cake! Before I go, I tag:

Sherbet Lemon Reviews, My Life as a Sports Fangirl, My Midnight Musing, Keira, Marie’s Library, Never Not Reading and Wonderfilled Reads

And today, I’m gonna ask what’s your favourite sweet? Let me know in the comments!

The Black Cat Blue Sea Award – Bumper Edition! (cos I’m a crazy person who forgets to do tags)


Hello all! Hope you’re all having a relaxing Sunday! And as you can tell from the title, I was nominated to do this a few times and it’s taken me ages to get to, so yada yada yada, gonna cut this preamble short- onto the rules!

The Rules Are: 

  1. Anybody nominated can nominate eight other bloggers.
  2. The nominee answers three questions posed by the nominator.
  3. The questions you ask while nominating can be any three questions.
  4. If any of the questions asked are offensive or the nominee simply does not want to answer, the nominee does not have to answer them to earn the award.

Thank you so much to the brilliant Pooga @Lifesfinewhine, the spectacular Sammie @ Bookshelves and Biro’s, the awesome Kester @LilBookLovers, the wonderful Steph @Stephanie’s Novel Fiction, the fantastic Michaela @JourneyIntoBooks, and the lovely Liis @ Cover to Cover– they’re all incredible bloggers, so check all these peeps out!!

Pooga’s Questions:

  1. What’s the nicest thing anyone has ever done for you?

What a lovely question! Many people have done many nice things for me, but I’m gonna go with how sweet my sister is to me on my birthday every year cos it’s fresh on my mind.

  1. What are you most afraid of?

Ooh deep- and speaking of depths, not a fan of heights 😉

  1. Do you think the world is getting better or worse?

Hahahahahahahaha… oh dear, trying to answer this without getting too heavy is gonna be hard. In all honesty, I follow the politics too closely and it brings out my inner pessimist, but I’d generally say “better” when I’m in a good mood and thinking about all the amazing technological and social advances of our age. Okay, hope that wasn’t too bad… next question?

Sammie’s Questions:

  1. What do you consider your best blog post from 2016 and why?

Ooh err, I’ve left this a while haven’t I? Ermm maybe one of my wrap up posts (I honestly can’t remember, 2016 was sooo long ago!)

2. Do you have any blogging goals or big plans for your blog in 2017?

*Coughs* Well if I did, I hope I’ve fulfilled them at this stage, it’s getting a bit late in the year for new year’s resolutions.

3. What have been your best and worst reads of this year and why?

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Well I’m gonna go with of 2017 cos otherwise this is gonna get ridiculous- so far, off the top of my head, I’d put Fahrenheit 451 right up there and Wideacre’s gonna be one of the contenders for worst book for sure- as for the rest of my list… we’ll have to wait and see…

Kesta’s Questions:

  1. What is your favorite album or soundtrack you like to listen to and why?

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And it’s my favourite for loads of reasons: 1) it was the first CD I ever owned 2) I was brought up on a diet of old 60s music and the Beatles are my faves and 3) cos this album has all their number one hits (though incidentally it’s missing a lot of what I consider their best songs)

  1. Which book have you been wanting to get signed for such a long time?

Ooh hard question! I would go with Six of Crows, partly cos a lot of my favourite authors are dead, partly cos I don’t have a lot of physical copies by any of my fave living authors (first instincts being Carry On and Neverwhere), but mostly cos I love this book.

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  1. Would you rather read only physical books but get a paper cut every 15 minutes or e-books but your device shuts down for 1 minute every 5 minutes?

Ermm no thank you to the papercuts? I figure that would be quite inconvenient and I might eventually die of blood loss or something.

Steph’s Questions:

  1. What is your guiltiest pleasure?

Ermmmm certain kinds of books?! Taylor Swift music… Chocolate… (this is starting to sound like confession)

  1. What is your greatest joy in life?


  1. Knowing what you know now, what advice would you give your 13-year-old self?

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Chill out. Take a break- have a kit kat- yeah I know you don’t like kit kats, it’s just an expression… I meant stop taking yourself too seriously, but don’t forget to take some things seriously… (I should really stop talking to my thirteen year old self…)

Michaela’s Questions:

  • If you could travel to any fictional world, which would you choose?

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Narnia! (I may have finally finished the books recently and am a bit obsessed now)

  • If you could only read one book or series for the rest of your life, which would you choose?

Gosh *hard* question!! I don’t want to have to choose just one series- gah!! I suppose His Dark Materials cos it’s an old favourite and there’s a new one coming out soon!

  • If you could bring one book character back to life, who would it be?

Sirius Black!!!

Liis’ (seriously genius) questions:

  1. Who would win the Fairytale Cage Match: The Grimm Brothers or Hans Christian Andersen? Why?

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Hans Christian Anderson cos he would kill with *feels*!!! The Grimm Brothers would just be curled up in the foetal position sobbing something along these lines: “I-I-I know, w-w-w-e chopped toes off the s-s-stepsisters- b-b-b-u-t why did you have to k-k-kill the Little Matchgirl” (oh yeah, spoiler alert)

  1. A goblin comes to you this evening granting you a wish with which you can wake up tomorrow in any fictional world and live there for the rest of forever and ever- what fictional world is it and why?

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Okay I already chose Narnia, so, you twisted my arm HOGWARTS (I’m going through all the clichés today, but they’re cliché for a reason)

  1. You can choose 3 fictional characters and grant them real life. Who would you choose to play god on and bring into this world and why?

The Librarian from Discworld (duh), Mark Watney (cos he’ll perk up my mood) and King Arthur cos “I need a hero!”

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(also I just wanted to stick that pic in there)

My questions:

  1. Which bookish baddie would you least like to meet in an alleyway at night?
  2. If you had to be in the Hunger Games *and* fight a famous supervillain, who would you pick and why?
  3. Winter is coming… what book will you be reading to keep you warm at night?

I tag: Naty, James, Never Not Reading, Not So Modern Girl, Marianna Reads, Port Jericho and Rivermoose Reads

And now I’m dying to know- what would *your* answers to my questions be? Let me know in the comments!