I saw this tag when Xandra @ Starry Sky Books did it and thought it seemed like fun. I thought I’d give it a try.
If your Life was a book genre, what would it be?
Ideally, my life would be an adventure novel that keeps you on the edge of your seat. It probably isn’t, but that’s how I like to imagine my life. And, hey, I am going on that kayaking trip this summer, so that’s an adventure!
What villain from a book do you identify with most?
I think AIDAN from the Illuminae files maybe. I understand its motivations and, in my darker moments, don’t entirely disagree with them.
what protagonist are you most similar to?
Robin Hood from Outlaws of Sherwood. I’m quick to anger, do stupid things, don’t have a ton of confidence in my leadership abilities, and suck at archery.
WHICH BOOK DID YOU CONNECT WITH IN THE PAST THAT YOU NO LONGER DO?
I think probably Feed by Mira Grant. The later books sort of soured me on the first, and I’m not as forgiving of some of the things George says and claims to be as I was when I first read it.
WHAT RECENT BOOK READ WOULD YOU LOVE TO BE A CHARACTER IN?
I want to be in The Princess and the Fangirl. I want to be in the Starfield fandom and go to ExcelsiCon.
HOW DO YOUR READING HABITS SHOW OFF YOUR PERSONALITY?
I really don’t know. I guess I’m persistent, even when I’m struggling with a book, and I have varied interests, so I read in different genres.
WHAT BOOK TAUGHT YOU SOMETHING ABOUT YOURSELF?
The Four Tendencies by Gretchen Rubin taught me that I’m an Upholder. That means it’s fairly easy for me to meet both outer and inner expectations –expectations others have of me and those I have of myself. I can rely on myself and meet deadlines and commitments. I like rules and want to know all the rules. It’s a really interesting book. If you’re interesting in finding out your tendency (Upholder, Questioner, Obliger, or Rebel), you can find the quiz here.