Now, for today's festivities:
OR, you can Do a Book Tag: There are these things going around the blogosphere called book tags. It's basically some idea or subject, and then you put books into their categories, matching them up. Here are just a few tags I found that you can do, or you can make your own!
Note: Some of these are YouTube videos, which you don't have to do, and the questions should be under the video's info.
Without further adieu: me as a fictional character.
First and foremost, there is a map. It is the most glorious of glorious maps, and the most mappiest. When your eyes gaze upon it you will cry tears of gold, that is how glorious it is.
There is of course an OTP/ship, because, HELLO, do you know who you're talking to? But Fictional Me is a polygamist because she can't pick one book boyfriend
Fictional Me will NEVER let out a breath she didn't know she was holding.
This character is just your average twenty-something with the maturity of a five year old, the in-the-gutter mind of a teenager, but is probably, like, eighteen or something. Oh, and Fictional Me is a fucking badass bitch, just like many of my favorite, assassin-y characters. Fictional Me is also very much not afraid to spill your blood.
Fictional Me definitely has a really cool animal sidekick, and all readers love the animal sidekick and do special dances and rituals in the hopes that no harm ever comes to the animal sidekick. Animal sidekick is really badass, so maybe a dragon. Or a leopard. Or a wolf. It loves Fictional Me, and any enemies will quiver at the sight of the animal sidekick.
Fictional Me has the most envious wardrobe, and the majority of her clothes are black. Her hair is whatever color and style she wishes it to be, her hair never gets damaged from constantly changing it, and her hair color stays in and stays vibrant until she doesn't want it to, damn it. Fictional Me also has tattoos because Fictional Me is freaking cool. Really, Fictional Me is like a villain...but in a good way.
There is a
There is an adventure and plot twists and no one dies
The Princess Bride, Taylor Swift (aside from "Bad Blood" because hello, jam), raisins, natural disasters, slow drivers, alarm clocks, and obnoxious creepy crawlies do not exist in this world.
There are swordfights and some blood and romance and swooning and fancy dresses and more blood and badass boots and the most excellent of weaponry and even more blood and the most scrumptious blood to ever exist in the history of ever.
If it were to be a movie, Mel Gibson would be the director (a la Braveheart) and James Horner would not be dead and would do the score.
The soundtrack is quite spectacular.
And then, in the morning, I wake up, turn the page, and go on yet another adventure.