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Top Ten Characters Who Are Fellow Book Nerds

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by the fab ladies at The Broke and the Bookish!

1.  Of course I picked Senna from Mud Vein first, everyone's favorite author!

2.  Kat from the Lux series is awesome because she's a book blogger!

3.  Cath from Fangirl is a fan fiction extraordinaire!

4.  One of my favorite parts of Steering the Stars was Hannah's journey to become a writer.

5.  No one is a bigger book nerd than Dora, who literally shuts out the entire world to go on multiple day-long book benders, barely pausing to do anything but read.

6.  Not only do Matt and Hannah meet as writing partners in Night Owl but it is Matt's words that eventually inspire all aspects of their relationship including Hannah becoming an editor.

7.  How could I not include the original literary couple: Georgina (book lover, book store manager and devourer of Seth's words) and Seth (the writer)?

8.  I must admit that Eliza's job is the coolest: a rock 'n roll journalist -- who wouldn't want to spend their days interviewing rock stars and attending free concerts where you always end up back stage? 

9.  The members of the Rabbit Back Literature Society are the ultimate book nerds: the best writers in Finland who will stop at nothing to be the absolute best.

10.  Last but certainly not least, Jo March from Little Women:  a woman writing when that was the last thing encouraged of or expected of her!


  1. Yay Katy!! So much love for her today! And always!! And Georgina!!! I picked her too! Loved that series!!

    Here's my Tuesday Post

    Have a GREAT day!

    Old Follower :)

  2. I had Cath and Katy too. I forgot Senna from Mud Vein would fit here. I'm mad I forgot Jo though! As a side note, love the cover of Steering the Stars - Great list!!

  3. Great list!! I included Cath on my list as well. I haven't read any of the other books yet, but I hope to read Obsidian this summer.

    Here is my TTT:

  4. I've been seeing Katy everywhere today and I love it! And Cath!! I really need to start the Georgina Kincaid series, I've heard good things about the series. Great list!

  5. I have no idea why I didn't think about Mud Vein!! I loved that book. I did include TKaR, though because it is one of my favorite books.

  6. Thanks for stopping by my TTT! How could I forget Georgina? Great list!

    Sandy @ Somewhere Only We Know

  7. I also didn't even think of Mud Vein! I was reading Grace's blog and totally thought of Georgie too! We are twins this week, Eva.

  8. Oooh, Steering the Stars has such a pretty cover. Again with the Little Women! Apparently I'm the only one who hasn't read it. Nice list! You have a lot of ones I didn't know about.

    Sarcasm & Lemons

  9. I'm so glad that Jo March made so many lists. She's awesome. Thanks for stopping by my blog yesterday.

  10. I think every list maker this week who has read Fangirl, added it to their list. I didn't even think about Little Women. Great list!

  11. Great list! I'm happy to see you included Katy and Cath! Those are two of my favorite fellow book nerds. These other books I haven't read, but Steering the Stars' cover is calling my name!

  12. I've seen Kat on a few lists, but I have yet to read Obsidian, though I do have the book on my shelf. Guess I should start reading it!

    Andrea @ Bookish Lifestyle

  13. I clicked on this to make sure Georgie was on the list :)

  14. Fangirl was on my list too! Love Cath!
    Missie @ A Flurry of Ponderings

  15. Hi Eva,
    Reading your list has brought a grin to my face! I've seen Fangirl on almost everybody's list but I've never read it! Needless to say it's on my tbr list now lol. Yours is the first list I've seen Seth and Georgina on! I LOVE them both :D I feel like they've been overshadowed big time so I'm glad to see them making an appearance ;)
    Have a great day,
    Amy x

  16. Oh I ADORE that cover for Steering the Stars! SO. much. awesome. And I love Fangirl and Cath...I think if Cath was real she'd be my kind of friend. XD
    Thanks for stopping by @ Paper Fury!

  17. Great list! Sadly, I have only read ONE of these- Little Women- but I do plan on reading Fangirl ASAP. Also, I don't know WHAT Steering the Stars is, but with a cover like that, I have to go to Goodreads to check it out, because I really want to own it and look at it all day long ;) Rabbit Back Literature Society sounds pretty good too (and also has a great cover!)

    Shannon @ It Starts At Midnight

  18. Great list! I'm in the middle of Obsidian right now - pleasantly surprised by Katy! :)

    By the way, I've nominated you for The Liebster Award.

  19. Thanks so much for linking to this post so I could get some good recs about book lovers. I will be checking some of these out. Literacy and longing in LA sounds awesome!


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