Helloooo my lovely readers! I have a fun tag to do today that my bookworm friends will hopefully enjoy. Thank you Amaris for tagging me! I love doing these. Even though it takes me way to long to get to them.
Here are the Rules:
• Answer the questions
• Have fun (don’t worry)
• Tag some book-loving bloggers
1. If you could rewrite the end of any book, which one would it be?
For me it would probably have to be Little Women. I have always disliked that Laurie and Jo never ended up together. It never felt right! Especially since he ended up with Amy. It just felt forced. I feel like Laurie could have helped Jo fulfill everything she wanted in life, like taken her traveling and supported her family and helped them live in comfort.
2. Which fictional character are you most like?
Fanny Price, Meg March, Jane Bennet, Bilbo Baggins… there are quite a few but definitely those ones. 😂
3. Do you have any signed books?
Sadly, no. I’d love to have one someday!
4. What’s the best book you’ve read so far this year?
It’s hard to pick especially since I *hides face* didn’t read many books this year. But I definitely enjoyed Mansfield Park by Jane Austen, Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson, and Heartless by Anne Elizabeth Stengl.
5. Do you have any bookish pet peeves?
People not being gentle with books. Folding pages, spilling stuff on them, AGH. In the books themselves though, I don’t like cliché villains who have no motive.
6. Out of the books you’ve read this year, which has your favorite cover?
Mansfield Park. It has a gorgeous cover.
7. Is there a book that releases this year that you cannot wait to read?
I can’t think of one… I mostly enjoy classics and all my favorite authors are long gone. *sniffs sadly*
8. What is your favorite non-fiction book?
Besides the Bible, I was really touched by The Hiding Place by Corrie Ten Boom and Hudson Taylor’s Spiritual Secret by Dr. and Mrs. Howard Taylor.
9. Do you have a favorite location and/or time period to have a book set in?
Ancient Egypt, Israel, Greece, or Rome. I love ancient history more than any other and I just love feeling so transported into those times and places.
10. Is there a book that reminds you of something else?
This question is pretty vague so I’m going to answer creatively. Every time I read Narnia I’m reminded of when I was really little and my dad would read Narnia to me while we snuggled on the couch.
Once again, thank you so much Amaris, my blogging buddy! ❤️