I started it.
Yep. After Book Three is now in progress and I'm falling back in love with writing. Not that I ever fell out of love with it but you know what I mean. Well, you will if you're a writer.
So, to follow on from last week's blog post (read it here), I am trying to be more of a writer and less of a reviewer on. After all, I am a writer always. When I'm watching the TV and not paying attention because I'm thinking of my work in progress, and when I'm in the shower
I was tagged by Stories in Books to answer these super fun book questions! 1. What is the first book you read by yourself? Matilda by Roald Dahl. I loved every page. 2. Did your parents read to you before bed? If so, what did they read to you? Yeah, every night I think! My dad read lots of books to me and my brother. The ones I can remember off the top of my head are: Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, The Diamond Girls, Dr Dool
Now, last year for International Women's Day I made a list of my favourite female authors (you can read it here) and the year before I made a list of strong female characters including some of my own(you can read it here).
This year I thought I'd make it more difficult for myself. I'm only going to list 10.
So here we go. My all time top 10 female characters. (They are not ranked. I tried. It was too painful!) Katniss Everdeen (The Hunger Games Trilogy) Matilda Wormwood (
World Book Day is back! What better way to celebrate than to make a brilliant book list? Last year I created a YA imaginary literary tea party with my favourite characters and the year before I listed 40 awesome books/series.
But 40 is way too easy. Let's crack down on the list and go for just 10 series (it was way too difficult when including stand alone books too!) . . . The Hunger Games Trilogy - Suzanne Collins GONE Series - Michael Grant Lorien Legacies - Pittacus Lore