Biannual Bibliothon Day Five: Character You Connect With On A Personal Level


Hello everyone. Today I am doing the Fifth challenge for The Biannual Bibliothon, which is to discuss no more than two characters you have connected with on a more personal level. And then to pick a situation that the character was in and discuss what they should have done differently, If you feel like they should have done something differently. The host of this is FangirlWIP

So the character that I felt like I connected on a personal level with is Cath from the book Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell. One reason why I connected with her is because in the story she only has one parent because something happened to the other. The reason why I connected with that on a personal level is because I only have one parent, a dad, because my mom has a couple of psychological disorder and an alcohol addiction which makes her unsafe for me to live around. Another reason I connected with her is that I am a Fangirl and so is she. However the reason I am is because I like to read and leave the real world to go into a fictional world so I don’t have to deal with the real world for awhile. Wow that was a mouthful. The last reason I feel like I have connected on a level with is that both She and I like to write. I obviously though are a lot worse than her but hopefully I could become a writer one day, or go into the book industry. That’s one of my dreams.

So hopefully you know a little bit more about both Cath and I. And the reasons of why I feel like I connected with her. I didn’t think she did anything wrong in the book so I am going to skip that part. I hope you enjoyed reading this. I’ll be posting tomorrow for the next challenge.

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