Sunday, January 12, 2014

Bout of Books 9.0 Day 7 "Bookish Wedding" Challenge + Wrap-Up Post

Bout of Books

Bookish Wedding

Today's challenge is to create a bookish wedding by choosing the characters that, if they were real, would have one of the following roles:

Here are the questions and my answers


1. Which fictional character would you marry?

This is a really tough question and one that, the longer I think on it, gets tougher to answer...so, I'm just going to choose a character for a silly/fun reason: Matt from My Stubborn Heart - because he's a hockey player though, in addition to that, he is also a great guy. ;)

2. Who would be your Maid of Honor or Best Man?

Lia from the River of Time series.

3. Which fictional world would you want to get married in?

Can I pick Alaska, from the Alaskan Courage series? If not, then I'll go with Medieval Italy (River of Time series).

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4. Who would you pick to play the music at your wedding?

Thalli from Anomaly - music is a main part of her life, so I think she'd play the music phenomenally.

5. Who would be your photographer?

Hannah McDermott from Picture Perfect - she'd be perfect for this, since her job is wedding photography!

6. Who would you sit at the singles table (and hope they'd fall in love)?

You know, I really don't have a set answer for this one...maybe Alex and Diana from Luminary. Not sure about that pick, though.

7. Who would be your flower girl or ring bearer?

I can't think of many fictional children, but I think my flower girl would be Alice from The Courting Campaign by Regina Scott.

8. Who would you want to plan the bachelorette/bachelor party?

Piper from the Alaskan Courage series. I think she'd plan something adventurous - maybe rock climbing or hiking. ;)

9. At the wedding, who would be the first on the dance floor?

Alec from The Dancing Master, since he is a dancing master. ;)

10. Who would give a speech or toast?

Luca (River of Time series) and he would give a great speech/toast, I'm sure of it. :)

11. Who would catch the bouquet or garter?

PJ from Barefoot Summer because she's good at basketball, so I think she'd be able to jump up and grab the bouquet. :)

Wrap-Up

With the day almost over, I know I won't be able to finish another book before Monday, so I decided to just post my wrap-up post early. My goal was to finish 6 books and I finished 10 this week! Yes, most of the books were really short, but I'm so pleased with what I read. :D

The Dancing Master by Julie Klassen
Luminary (Anomaly) by Krista McGee
A Home in the West (The Amish of Apple Grove) by Lori Copeland & Virginia Smith
The Last Hunt: A Short Story by Mike Dellosso
Mirror Image by Mike Dellosso & Aaron Reed

2 comments:

  1. Wow! What a fantastic R-a-T you had! I like all of your answers for the bookish wedding!

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  2. Your "wedding" sounds fun! I was going to do this challenge but then my day was way too busy and I just didn't have time! Great job on the read-a-thon!

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