Me In Characters Book Tag

Whilst doing my monthly scroll through the Book Tags, I came across the Me In Characters Book Tag over on lifehasafunnywayofsneakinguponyou. The premise is simple, think of five characters in literature that represent different facets of your personality, and explain why you feel emotionally connected to them. This sounds like it could get deep really quickly, but let’s do it!

Hermione Granger (Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone by J.K. Rowling)
Personality traits: book smart, assertive, addicted to reading, ambitious, adheres to rules

Bella Swan (Twilight by Stephenie Meyer)
Personality traits: clumsy, awkward, comfortable in own company, loves things intensely, stubborn

Peeta Mellark (The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins)
Personality traits: loyal, honest, reliable, sensible

Bridget Jones (Bridget Jones’s Diary by Helen Fielding)
Personality traits: swears too much, makes a fool of herself with friends and laughs about it, overly emotional, lacks common sense, no idea what she’s doing most of the time

Cath Avery (Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell)
Personality traits: gets attached to fictional characters, reserved in front of new people, nerdy

Well that was interesting! I hope you learnt something new about me; I’m sure there are hundreds of other characteristics that I could have listed relating to those five fictional personas alone, but I’ve got to keep some in the locker!

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