Character Chat #5

Hello readers, and welcome to another Character Chat post! This is a weekly tag in which I will be asking a character-related question here on my blog. All you have to do is answer the question, either in the comments or on your own blog. To know all the details, click here.

Today’s Question –

A non-human (this can be an animal or a thing) character with a unique attitude?

Scratch from The Crooked Sixpence. He is Ivy’s silver bell (yes, you heard me right, bell) and has a speech defect (which is helpful later) because of which he jumbles up all the words in a sentence. But every time he speaks, it is somehow uplifting for Ivy (and me!) and I liked the attachment he made with Ivy.

Now its your turn! Which non-human characters have you liked reading about?

Character Chat #4

Welcome to another Character Chat post! This is a weekly tag in which I will be asking a character-related question here on my blog. All you have to do is answer the question, either in the comments or on your own blog. To know all the details, click here.

Today’s Question –

A side character who you think should have been the main character / A side character you would like to know more about?

Brianna from How To Pack For The End Of The World by Michelle Falkoff. I finished this novel five minutes ago from the time of writing this post, which is why it is all I can think of right now. Anyway, Brianna is the main character’s roommate, who is mentioned in the book, like, only 2-3 times. The first time I was introduced to her she seemed kind of stuck up, with that nose-in-the-air vibe, but later she turned out to be really kind and sensitive, and also described all the problems she had dealt with, which made me curious about her.

Your turn now! Go ahead and rack your brains for side-characters who weren’t given enough attention!

Character Chat #3

Welcome to another Character Chat post! To those who are not aware, Character Chat is a weekly tag that takes place every Sunday on my blog. To know more, click here

All you have to do is answer the character-related question I ask, either in the comments, or as a post on your own blog!

Today’s question –

A fiercely loyal character (sometimes too loyal for his own good)

Aha! Tobu from Frostheart by Jamie Littler. He is a giant yeti (yeah, I know all yetis are giant) who was exiled from his land (still don’t know why) and is kinda like a guardian to the main character of the book, Ash. No matter how hard Ash pushed him away, how he hated Tobu’s teaching methods, and even when Ash came into the influence of the evil Shaard and told Tobu to leave, Tobu just stayed right there, solid and impenetrable like a rock (more of a mountain actually, considering his size 😅) and it was this nature of his that won my heart (although I still believe he could have taught Ash a lesson by really leaving him for good)

Now its your turn! Tell me about ‘fiercely loyal’ characters that you know of!

Character Chat #2

It’s Sunday, and it’s time for another Character Chat post! For those of you who don’t know, I had started doing this weekly tag last week, click here to see last week’s post.

Here’s is how this works –

  • Every Sunday, I will be asking a character-related question on my blog. I will also be answering it based on my opinion.
  • While answering the question, you have to name the character, the book which the character is a part of, and also tell us a little more about the character, and why he/she was an appropriate answer.
  • You can either put your answer as a comment on my post, or create your own post with the answer. The latter would be much preferred, as comments are hard to keep track of. If you decide to do a post, don’t forget to ping me back!

And today’s question is –

A character who would lighten up your mood even on your worst days?

Keefe from Keeper Of The Lost Cities series. For KOTLC fans, this is pretty self-explanatory. Keefe can make anybody laugh. And when Sophie (from the same series) is having a bad day, he is always the first one who tries to make it better for her, be it with his sarcastic comments, or his epic pranks. And ever since he’s got Ro, his sarcasm and wittines has gone to the next level, believe me.

That was my answer. Waiting eagerly to see all of your Character Chat posts!

Character Chat (Yes, I created a weekly tag!)

Hey bookworms! I am so excited to be starting a weekly tag/meme called Character Chat! I have always wanted to create a tag of my own, and today I had the perfect idea for it (yes, today, this is kinda an impromptu post) After all, what’s a book without characters!

So here is how this is gonna work –

  • Every Sunday, I will be asking a character-related question on my blog. I will also be answering it based on my opinion.
  • While answering the question, you have to name the character, the book which the character is a part of, and also tell us a little more about the character, and why he/she was an appropriate answer.
  • You can either put your answer as a comment on my post, or create your own post with the answer. The latter would be much preferred, as comments are hard to keep track of. If you decide to do a post, don’t forget to ping me back!

So this might sound quite confusing, but once I put today’s question and my answer, it will make more sense.

This week’s topic-

A character you do not want to get on the bad side of?

At the moment, I can think of Thaddea from the Nevermoor series. So she is basically a fighter, and an awesome one at that. She fought(and defeated) a troll with her bare hands. She was the undefeated champion of Nevermoor, but lost a fight on purpose to a boy she hated, to prove her loyalty to her unit. She also regularly offers to bash in somebody’s face. So thanks, but I think I’d steer clear.

And yes, you’re most welcome to use any of the graphics in this post! Looking forward to see your Character Chat posts!!