Which popular YA character am I?

Hi 🙂

I don’t know about you but I have become mildly obsessed with online quizzes recently.

It started during lockdown when very niche and specific quizzes were going around Tumblr and I needed entertainment during my Zoom classes, but now I go on Facebook to catch up on the family drama and end up down the dark hole of Buzzfeed quizzes finding out what my midnight snack says about me.

And so I’ve decided to turn this new found waste of time into content!

Today I am going to be finding out what character I am from 5 popular YA series such as: Twilight, Harry Potter, The Percy Jackson series, The Mortal Instruments and The Hunger Games thanks to online quizzes I’m sure are 100% accurate.

From Twilight I am … Jessica Stanley

Ok. I wasn’t expecting this but I don’t hate it (although I don’t know how much of that is me just really loving Anna Kendrick) 😂

I think Jessica gets quite a bit of hate online but I feel like she’s a pretty accurate representation of your average teenage girl. I mean if my friend got married straight out of high school to the town wierdos I’d be asking questions and gossiping too.

The quiz I took.

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Dystopian novels terrify me // Top 5 Tuesday


Hello and happy Tuesday!

In today’s Top 5 Tuesday we are talking Dystopian and genuinely, there is no other genre that terrifies me more. I feel like this stems from the fact that each day our society gets closer and closer to being something from a work of fiction and every time I pay attention to the news and current world events my brain flashes to depictions of dystopian societies in fiction and I’m basically like “Fucckkkkkkk“.

What I’m taking a long while to say is that these books scare me and I barely ever read anything from this genre so todays post should be interesting.

Top 5 Tuesday is hosted by Shannah @ Bionic Book Worm 🙂

1- The Hunger Games


Hunger Games is the most iconic dystopian book, the series we all think of and really what kicked off my fear of the genre. Part of me feel likes I should go back and rewatch/reread this series because I do think now that I’m older I’d see things in a completely different light besides just “omg is Katniss gonna choose Peeta or Gale” and I’d pick up different things then I did when I was twelve and read these but I just can’t do it. Maybe one day I’ll work up the nerve. Continue reading “Dystopian novels terrify me // Top 5 Tuesday”