Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature created by The Broke and the Bookish. Every week they come up with a topic and invite whoever wants to add their own list to their own blog.
I feel that if my blog is one thing it’s that it’s a direct reflection of who I really am. On here I’m allowed to speak the way I want without feeling like I sound 17, I can share my true feelings about things without hesitation… Sometimes I think if someone wants to get to know me, they should probably just read my blog. Of course, that would be dumb because then… well that would be dumb.
Whenever I’m writing reviews, Top Tens, discussion posts… I try to put my personality into them. I try to make them seem like it’s me who is speaking them rather than worrying about formalities (and often spelling and grammar). In person I’m kind of quiet, I sometimes don’t always know the right things to say so I’m sure I sound like a babbling moron, and I usually try to keep my opinion, and often my personality, to myself.
But on my blog? Oh, my blog… Here is a place where I feel like I can let all the good things I like flow and not feel stupid about them. I can ramble about my love for Buffy or Zelda, discuss my crazy feminist ideas, and put pictures of My Little Pony to describe my emotions!
Today’s Top Ten are the Posts On Your Blog That Would Give The BEST Picture of YOU.. er, me. Here are the ones that I’ve written so far that I think give the best all-around picture of who I am:
Review of Throne of Glass – This one shows how much of a fan-girl I can truly be. haha
The Grown-Up YA: The ethical blogger – Really just me spouting off in my I’m not really trying to make a point but am making a point by not making a point.
Review of The Book Thief – I love this review. Oh so much.
Top Ten Tuesday Favorite Covers – I like to think I’m a funny girl.
Coming out of the blogging closet – I’m really dependent sometimes on others thoughts and opinions of things.
Why I Love YA – I’m pretty sure no one’s seen this.. haha
Retro Reads: Lucy Sullivan is Getting Married – As much as I talk about this one, you can tell I’m passionate
Character Spotlight: Susan Pevensie – This one not so much the content as much as the intense love I have for dissecting characters and seeing who they really are. I kind of like doing that with most things though.
Review Saving Francesca – I don’t talk about my personal issues often, so when I do I like to be powerful honest.
About Me – Duh
Now that you know me, let’s be bloggy friends! 🙂