I’m back! Discovering Steampunk was an absolute blast but I’m glad to be back to my regular blog posting. If you haven’t checked out Discovering Steampunk, though the giveaways are now over, the posts are still linked up to the button in my sidebar and there are some great guest posts and such. Do have a browse!
Q. If you could have dinner with your favourite book character, who would you eat with and what would you serve?
Oh, who would my favourite book character be? Mmf! Kvothe from The Kingkiller Chronicles perhaps? But young Kvothe, not old “waiting to die” Kvothe. He’s funny, unpredictable, and plays a damn good tune. We’d have to go to The Eolian, of course, because I can’t cook and that way I could push him up on stage and listen to him play. Then meet some of his friends, perhaps. Mhmm.. sounds good to me!
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Q. Spooktacular Reads:
Which books do you consider festive Halloween reads? Which stories have chilled you to the bone?
Okay this is where I’m going to be bad and say I don’t read scary stories. I’m too easily scared. I watched a slenderman web series and I’m still scared of finding his long, grabby arms in the dark. *shudder* So I suppose Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children is the scariest thing I’ve read. It does have chilling moments, especially one or two of the pictures, but I wouldn’t call it a festive Halloween read. However, can’t go wrong with Edgar Allen Poe, the King of all things scary.
If you haven’t seen my feature with Nicole Chardenet, author of Young Republican, Yuppie Princess, check it out! She is hilarious. This week I shall be featuring Revital Shiri-Horowitz, author of Daughters of Iraq, there shall be a fantastic guest post as well as a giveaway. Make sure you stop by!