I completely lost track of time yesterday, so I didn’t do my blog post for this challenge. I shall not be defeated, however, and shall simply acknowledge my setback and pick up where I left off.
The theme for day three is to write about the longest story or series of stories I’ve read. This is actually a difficult question to answer for two reasons. Firstly, I have read so many fanfics over the years that I simply can’t remember every single one of them. I will solve this issue by simply choosing from the stories I’ve kept as favourites.
Secondly, this question could be interpreted in several ways. Does it mean the series with the greatest number of stories? Does it mean the story with the highest word count? Or does it refer to overall word count, regardless of the total number of stories? Continue reading →
Favourite character that is developed in fan-fiction but barely mentioned in the source material
Almost every book, movie and game has at least one character that is mentioned once by name before being completely ignored from then on; or maybe has one or two lines, or cuts the protagonist off in traffic, or has some other minor interaction with one or more of the major players.
These minor, to barely existing, characters are a major boon for fan-fiction writers as they allow the inclusion of an OC (original character), without them technically being an OC. Sometimes, though, these characters are used so much, they begin to develop common characteristics which are gradually accepted as fanon. Continue reading →
Around five years ago, I completed a book challenge, which I originally found at Blogs-Of-A-Bookaholic. Basically, the idea was to post every day for 30 days, with a set theme for each day. I had fun participating in that challenge, and a fair bit of time has passed since then, so I figure it’s about time to complete another one. Rather than looking up another book challenge, however, I decided it might be nice to do something a little different. My challenge is still related to reading but, instead of blogging about books, I (and anyone else who chooses to participate) will be blogging about fan-fiction. Continue reading →
A Book You Couldn’t Put Down Wow. It seems as though I have made it through to the end. Well, for this final category, I am going to use a trilogy, rather than a single book. You may recall that … Continue reading →
A Book You Hated The list of books that I have hated is surprisingly short. I sometimes cannot get into a book, but disliking it enough to add it to my ‘do not read’ list is rare. Such books do … Continue reading →
Favourite Quote From A Book I am actually going to include more than one quote here, but I think it should be acceptable because they are all from the same book – The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield: Quote 1: … Continue reading →
Book That Has Been On Your To-Read List The Longest I am not sure what book on my shelf has been on Mt TBR the longest, so instead I am going with the book that has been on my wishlist … Continue reading →
Book That Makes You Laugh Out Loud The Book I am choosing for this category is The Darwin Awards: 180 Bizarre True Stories of How Dumb Humans Have Met Their Maker by Wendy Northcutt. If you enjoy laughing at the … Continue reading →
The Most Surprising Plot Twist Or Ending I cannot think of a single book to list here, but I can think of an author. There is one author whose books I enjoy reading who never fails to surprise me. Her … Continue reading →
Book You’re Most Embarrassed To Say You Like/Liked Once again, I find myself stuck for an answer. I do not have a book to list here for the simple reason that I am never embarrassed to tell people if I … Continue reading →
Least Favourite Plot Device Employed By Way Too Many Books You Actually Enjoyed Otherwise I read a lot of thrillers and mysteries and there are several plot devices that are quite common. There is just one that I find slightly … Continue reading →
Favourite Childhood Book There is one book I truly loved when I was a kid – that I made my mother read to me over and over and over. I am sure I drove her absolutely mad. Anyway, that book … Continue reading →
A Book That Made You Cry Whether you are talking about books or movies or music, I cry at the drop of a hat. Therefore, there are loads of books that I could use for today’s blog. The book I … Continue reading →
A Book You Wanted to Read for a Long Time But Still Haven’t Wow. There are so many, many books I could use for today’s challenge. At the time of printing, I have 2,667 books on my wishlist, and over … Continue reading →
Favourite Classic Book I don’t seem to have read a lot of the classic books that others have, though many are on my wishlist. I think it may be because people often make it their mission to read as many … Continue reading →
A Book You Thought You Wouldn’t Like But Ended Up Loving One thing about me is that I don’t always read the fine print. Because of this I often find myself adding books to my wishlist because they have an … Continue reading →
Most Overrated Book Everybody has their own taste in books. One person’s favourite book is another’s most hated. Sometimes a book comes along that is almost universally loved or loathed and, like people, a book’s reputation is often entirely undeserved. … Continue reading →
Most Underrated Book In my opinion, one of the most underrated books I have read is a little known book called Letters of an Indian Judge to an English Gentlewoman. First published in 1934, the book takes the form of … Continue reading →
A Guilty Pleasure Book This is an extremely difficult question for me, because I really don’t have a guilty pleasure book. Having a guilty pleasure book implies that you are ashamed or embarrassed in some way about the book you … Continue reading →
Book You’ve Read the Most Number of Times I am a bit unsure as to the answer for this one, since I am assuming books read over and over (and over and over and over) to my children don’t count. … Continue reading →