Hey there, and happy mother’s day! Today, I went on a bike ride and picnic with my family for mother’s day, and it was very very fun. Anyways, I was tagged by the wonderful Rukky for this tag, so here we go!
*By the way, I have never watched this show or even heard of this show, so yeah, I kind of don’t know what I’m doing here.*
The original creator of this tag is Clo @ Cuppa Clo!
Callen – A Mysterious Character Who You’d Like To Get To Know Better
Hmm… I guess that I would like to know more about Alice Gribley, in The Far Side of the Mountain, by Jean Craighead George. Because the book’s not from her point of view, and we never really learn much about her.
Sam – A Character You Can Depend On In An Apocalypse
Rosalind Penderwick from the Penderwicks, by Jean Birdsall. Rosalind is so responsible, and she will always help you out.
Deeks – A Fluffy Contemporary Set By The Beach
I don’t know of any fluffy contemporaries set by the beach!!! But Everything, Everything, by Nicola Yoon has a scene at the beach, and I think that it would be classified as a fluffy contemporary?
Kensi – A Book With Badass Female Characters
The Penderwicks, by Jean Birdsall. In that book/series we have the four sisters; Jane, Rosalind, Skye and Batty who are absolutely amazing.
Eric – A Character Who Is An Essential Part Of A Team
Annabeth Chase. I know that she’s technically not the main character of the Percy Jackson series, but without her, let’s face it; Percy would be dead. And also, the world would not still be here. Annabeth is just that amazing.
Nell – A Character Who Is Great With Tech
I’m going to go with Rukky’s answer for this one. Zofia from The Gilded Wolves, by Roshani Chokshi. She isn’t great with tech meaning computers, but she really knows her way around a lab, and she is incredibly smart and great at math.
Hetty – A Morally Grey Character Who You Adore
Is it a bad thing that I’m still not completely sure what it means by morally grey? But I don’t really completely understand the question, so I can’t answer it fully.
Granger – A Character/Book You Didn’t Like At First But They/It Grew On You
Hmm… I’m going to answer the reverse of this question, because I can’t really think of one. So, at first I loved The School for Good and Evil. I thought it was the best book ever. ok not really but it was pretty great Anyways, now I don’t like it. At all. I was going to write about why I don’t like it anymore, but I kind of got tired of writing the review. So maybe that will come someday. Possibly.
#Densi – A Ship You Will Shriek About Until Your Lungs Give Out
I don’t… really… shriek… about… ships… at all… so… I guess I can’t really answer this one…
Anyone who wants to! Seriously, if you want to do this tag, you should do it!