Six of Crows Dating Profiles

I’ve been doing some brainstorming for some blog post ideas when I started thinking about what it would be like if fictional characters lived in the real world. Then I thought about my fangirling tendencies of shipping characters together.

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I love shipping my OTPs and in real life that would mean dating. What better way to do that than online? I’ve never done online dating, but I can get a good idea of what people’s profiles look like. I just took the basic idea and put together a profile for each member of the Dregs in the Six of Crows series. I know that most of these characters already have a romantic partner, but I’d like to think they’d meet online if they were real.

(Notice: I know most of these characters are just teens, so think of these profiles as a part of a website meant for teenagers rather than adults.)

(Another notice: The artwork I used in this post aren’t mine. I made sure to link the artists’ websites to the picture as well as link it towards the bottom of this post.)

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Fall Activities Book Tag

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It’s finally starting to feel like fall where I live. After having a good six months of 90+ ˚F (32+ ˚C) weather, I’m about ready to bust out my sweaters and finally go outside without sweating buckets.

I was tagged by Heather over at The Sassy Book Geek. Thanks so much for tagging me! Don’t forget to check out her blog. She writes really thoughtful and honest reviews.

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My Ultimate OTPs

One of the things I love the most about reading is fangirling over OTPs. If you’re not familiar with fangirl lingo, OTP stands for One True Pairing. You believe that this couple was born for each other. You might go as far as saying that the fate of humanity lies on whether or not they stays together in the end of the story. Regardless, you believe that this couple is meant for each other.

I have a few OTPs. Actually, scratch that. I have a lot of OTPs. However, I only have a couple of couples (cringe-worthy pun intended) that I’m hardcore about defending and think about almost every single day.

Just a fair warning: there’s a lot of fangirling ahead so be prepared.

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Note: All the artists’ Tumblr pages are linked to their respected artwork. I added links to the pictures (so you can click on the picture to go to their Tumblr page) as well as provided the links out to the side in case something goes wrong. Please check out their pages because they’re amazing artists as well as wonderful people. None of the artwork in this post is mine.

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Top 5 Wednesday: Favorite Literary Fathers/Father Figures

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Top 5 Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Sam @ Thoughts on Tomes and created by Lainey @ Ginger Reads Lainey. You can check out the group’s Goodreads page to join and check out the topics of the month.

This Week’s Topic: Favorite Literary Fathers/Father Figures (because of Father’s Day)

I read a lot of YA fantasy and sci-fi, and a reoccurring theme is that the main character  either only has one parent (most of the time a mom) or have no parents at all. So finding father/fatherly figures for this meme was actually a lot more difficult than I expected it to be. Some of these father’s have already passed away before the story started but I’m still going to include them in because of the lasting image they left of the character(s).
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Top 5 Wednesday: Characters I’m Most Like

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Top 5 Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Sam @ Thoughts on Tomes and created by Lainey @ Ginger Reads Lainey. You can check out the group’s Goodreads page to join and check out the topics of the month.

This Week’s Topic: Characters I’m Most Like

I am supposed to choose characters that I am like, not who I want to be like. Because most of the books I read have characters that are badass and fearless (very UNlike me), I decided to take things that I descibe myself with and try and match them with different characters. This is going to be interesting.

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Fangirl

THERE MAY BE SPOILERS IN THIS REVIEW!!!

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Oh my goodness I can’t explain how much I absolutely LOVE this book.

I didn’t know much about the book when I was going into it, and honestly, I didn’t need to. Everyone who has read the book told me that it was even better than Eleanor and Park, and that book was fantastic.

It took me a bit longer than normal to finish Fangirl because 1) I was listening to the audiobook 2) It was during the time when all my teachers decided to pile last minute projects on me 3) I was in a reading slump.

Nonetheless, I enjoyed the book thoroughly.
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