Thank you alexandrareads for tagging me!
I’ll be honest, I’ve read the questions and I’m kind of scared because I think I’m going to have to do some soul searching and think really hard about these answers. Just kidding it shouldn’t be that bad but I’ll update you at the end.
On a side note- I cannot wait for this semester to over with. There are about three weeks left and there are so many tests and finals that I have to study for, so I apologize in advance if my posting schedule is crazier that usually in the near future.
If you life were a book genre, what would it be?
Definitely a contemporary book because I could definitely see some new guy walking into my life bring love and drama. We would become friends, start to like each other and start dating, *cue unforeseen events/people*, break up, reconcile, get back together… see that could basically be my life in the fall. Couldn’t you see this happening to me? *hahaha*
What villain from a book do you identify with the most?
Ok so I would say that I’m villain but a misunderstood law abiding citizen that could be the hero. So I’m going to have to say the Iron Phantom from The Supervillain & Me by Danielle Banas because well… I can’t say to much but he isn’t as bad as people make him out to be.
What protagonist are you most similar to?
I’m going to have to go with Mallory from the Problem with Forever by Jennifer L. Armentrout because we’re both adopted, shy (although I’m not near as shy as Mallory because she was home schooled and didn’t have many friends her age), and she was basically forced to take public speaking. Although our situations for being adopted are completely different, I am so glad to see a character that is so similar to me because there aren’t many books that are publicly told to have an adopted MC.
Which book did you connect with in the past that you no longer do?
Divergent, The Vampire Diaries, Twilight, tbh the list could go on but Divergent would have to be the main one because a) almost 6 years later and I’m still not over that ending and b) I don’t think I would enjoy it if I were to reread it. I read it while in the 8th grade, so I wasn’t thinking about anything other than the story being told. Now I think I would analyze the characters and motives more and the story would not have the same effect on me.
What recent book read would you love to be a character in?
*cue deep thinking*
I’d have to say Match Me If You Can by Tiana Smith. This is such a fun book and if I could be friends with Logan my life would be so much better!
How do your reading habits show off in your personality?
I can read multiple books at once and I think it shows in my personality because I’m able to multitask pretty well. I also tend to gravitate towards books that have a good love story because deep down I’m a hopeless romantic.
What book taught you something about yourself?
*queue soul search that was mentioned earlier*
I can’t think of one particular book at the moment, but over the years through books I’ve learned that it can be beneficial to be different from the norm and to take risks in life. Living in the south and being Asian is difficult because people make so many assumptions, and I read about characters whose situations are worse than mine and it makes my realize that my life is pretty easy and I shouldn’t get worked up over nothing. Books have also taught me to appreciate small moments in life when things get hectic.
Okay, so these questions weren’t quite as bad as I thought they were going to be. The last two questions definitely made me think a little more than the others, but overall I had fun!
Happy reading until next time,