Thursday, June 28, 2012

New Top 10 List: Top Ten Characters Who Remind Me Of Myself Or Someone I Know

It's a top 10 kind of day! I heart books!

Check out my Top Ten Characters Who Remind Me Of Myself Or Someone I Know  on my blog Writer Girl in LA! It's an internet meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish and I try to participate every Tuesday!

Here's a sneak peak at my top 3.....

1. Anne Shirley from Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maude Montgomery: Anne reminds me a little of that she loves books and loves to read and she's a writer! We have a lot of differences of course too - I don't have red hair, nobody has ever called me carrots, and I do not talk a lot. I swear.

2. Mia Thermopolis from The Princess Diaries by Meg Cabot: I sooooo think like Mia and feel awkward (especially around cute boys when I was in high school!)! That's why I love those books so much now! Mia's a version of me...except I haven't been made a princess...yet. 

3. Meg Murry from A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L'Engle: Yup, another self conscious high school student...just like I was! What I loved about Meg, though, when I first read this book is that she had the little brother I always wanted in Charles Wallace. A little wish fulfillment on my part! 

To read more go to my blog Writer Girl in LA: Top Ten Characters Who Remind Me Of Myself Or Someone I Know - Top 10 Tuesday!

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