Okay, so I know I was MIA for like a month or so, but that does NOT mean Blogger can go all Facebook on my ass by changing the interface COMPLETELY.
WHAT IS GOING ON?
WHY DOES MY POST BOX LOOK SO DIFFERENT?
I guess I'll just have to put on my big girl panties on and deal with it. People have had it worse. They had to run from Voldy No-Nose Lord for seven bloody years, fight in The Hunger Games whilst people with whisker's and dyed skin with gems implanted in them watched , or worse still, become a princess in an awesome funny book which Disney RUINS by making it into a lame movie where MICHAEL-FREAKING-MOSCOVITZ ISN'T EVEN THERE. And MIA ISN'T EVEN BLONDE.AND GRANDMERE ISN'T EVEN SCARY. Oh, and Boris and Tina are a no-show too. Grr, okay now I am just upset.
So, (FINALLY) moving on, I am here to apologize for my long absence, which was because I was super busy with my exams and shit. However,it's the first day of my summer vacations and so I am back to blogging, and am gonna post several book, movies and TV Show recs soon.
Q: Fight! Fight! If you could have two fictional characters battle it out (preferably from books), who would they be and who do you think would win?
Cheshire Cat and Fat Louie. Fat Louie would just sit and laze about and be fat, while Cheshire Cat impresses with his wit and smile.
So, maybe there would be no fight. Mmmm.
How about Arnold, the pygmy puff and Pigwidgeon, the tiny cute owl?
Their fight would be all cute and adorable, like two small furballs rolling about. It would be more like a fur-fest, than a fight.
So for reals, Gandalf and Dumbledore and I'll never know who won because I can't tell one from the other.
Also, Walt Whitman could have joined if it wasn't strictly fictional characters.
Ho, Ho, Brandish those beards.
Q. Book Blogger Influences: Has there been a particular
book blogger who's influenced what you read? Share with us a review/book blog
that convinced you to pick up a certain book.
Before I started blogging or knew that Goodreads existed, I read tons of books based on The Story Siren's reviews. Kristi just had this large number of YA books in her archive, so I used to go about leisurely through them and make a to-read list. It didn't influence my reading choice per se but when I was in the mood for YA, it helped. I still do that sometimes, like once a month or something. Everything is just so systematic and regular in that blog. (Unlike this one :P)
However, these days I just use Goodreads. I fucking love that site.
Please drop by links to your answers.
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