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Ideal Inspiration Tag

Way back in November, I was tagged by Meg @ Meg’s Magical Musings to do the Ideal Inspiration tag. The tag came during such a chaotic time during the Blogmas planning, so I am now only just getting round to it and getting it up. So, sorry Meg that it took so long, but better late than never!

Rules:

  • Thank the person who has nominated you and provide a link back to his/her blog.
  • Answer their questions.
  • Nominate up to 9 other bloggers and ask them 5 new questions.
  • List the rules
  • Provide the link of the Award creator of the Ideal Inspiration Blogger award as Rising Star from: https://idealinspiration.blog

What is an unpopular standalone or series you think deserves more attention?

A stand-alone that I think definitely deserves more attention is What I Lost by Alexandra Ballard. What I Lost follows sixteen-year old Elizabeth who has an eating disorder. Her disorder has gotten to a point where she has been admitted to a treatment centre for girls with eating disorders. It is a really interesting book to read as I have found with other eating disorder novels, there is a lot out out-patient treatment or no treatment at all. But What I Lost offers a different perspective and gives us a look into in-patient treatments. I think it definitely deserves more attention than it gets.

If you could live in one of the fantasy worlds, what would it be?

Right now, the only place I want to be is in the Night Court from A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J Maas.

If a minor character ends up as the main character of a book, who would you choose?

I’m not actually the type of person who usually ends up loving the side characters more. I usually like the main characters the most, so this is going to take me a while to think of one.

I think I am going to go with Leon’s brother Richie from The Flatshare by Beth O’Leary. I would just love to hear more about his life and his perspective on what occurs during the novel. I think that would be a really interesting read.

If you could combine different literary characters into a book, who would you choose?

This is a really interesting question. I think I would put Eliza from Eliza and Her Monsters by Francesca Zappia and Cath from Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell, just because I think they would make awesome graphic novels together and I would really love to see it.

What character would you love to spend time with?

There are so many characters that I love and adore and would want to spend time with. Most recently, I would have to say that I think I would want to talk to Yeva from Hunted by Meagan Spooner. I just recently read and reviewed that book, and I just can’t stop thinking about it. I would love to sit down with Yeva and have her tell me all of the stories about the magic in the land.

I tag: TeaTimeLit ~ Sammy @ We Write at Dawn ~ May @ Dreamer of Books & Coffee ~ Angela @ For the Love of Books Blog ~ Kayla @ A Fictional Bookworm ~

Questions:

  1. What is a genre you reach for the most and the least?
  2. What is a book that you think deserved a better ending?
  3. Who is an auto-buy author for you?
  4. What was the book that pulled you out of your last reading slump?
  5. Do you reread books?

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