I saw this tag over on Jocelyn’s blog 52 Letters In The Alphabet. I wasn’t tagged to do this…Well she kinds of tagged everyone in the end, and I thought it was super cool, so
I’m doing it today! 😀 If you haven’t checked out Jocelyn’s blog already, go on over and
give it a look..AND A FOLLOW! 😉
- Thank the person who tagged you
- Chose your own 8 actors (or you can use the ones I gave you) and create descriptions and compare them to book characters like I did
- Put in photos of them from the movie roll
- Answer what book character fits the same description as the movie character
- List 8 people to tag
1.) The Brothers of Destruction/Kane & The Undertaker – WWE (This might be cheating, but oh well! 🙄 I LOVE THEM!!!!)
— a character who makes you fangirl:
Owen Armstrong – Just Listen by Sarah Dessen. I just love him! He is such
a sweetie. He is my favorite Sarah Dessen guy so far! 😀
2.) Jason Segel/Marshall Eriksen – How I Met Your Mother
— a character who can’t help being brilliant (even if they act stupid):
Morris – The Moon & More by Sarah Dessen. I don’t think he acted
stupid…He was just VERY lazy and took his time with EVERYTHING! I
still love him though! Personally I think his happy ending
saved the book for me.
Ruby Cooper – Lock & Key by Sarah Dessen. Even though it wasn’t under
the best circumstances, Ruby proved that she could take care of herself, when
her loser ass mom ran for the hills. Ruby is my girl!
Lock & Key is one of my favorites!
Rosemarie Hathaway – Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead. How can I not
use Rose as the badass!? She is the baddest bitch I’ve ever come across. She is
ride or die, and I love her!
Jennifer Harris – Sweethearts by Sara Zarr. Jennifer pretends to be everything
she is not, The Happy Pretty Popular Girl, to hide the “loser” she once was before
her best friend disappeared out of nowhere. It’s a good book. It didn’t end how
I wanted it to, but oh well…You can’t have everything you want! 😦
Colin Thatcher – The Good Girl by Mary Kubica. His life pretty much sucked,
and I feel like he couldn’t catch a break. I know that doesn’t make what he was
doing okay, but in a way I feel like he was trying to do the right thing.
Everything just got screwed up.
Wesley Rush – The Duff by Kody Keplinger. I think it’s mainly because of
the movie, but I love me some Wes!!! He’s not as bad as everyone thinks he is.
He actually can be a sweetie!
Madeline Mackenzie – Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty. This woman is the
epitome of Sass. She is too much. She always has something smart to say…AND
I LOVE IT! She was the best part of the book. I always couldn’t wait to get back
to her side of things.
If you like to join in on the fun, then TAG, YOU’RE IT!!
Let me know down in the comments if you do it, so I can
check out all of your answers! 😀