Hi all and welcome to the 12th night of Blogmas. I’m a bit exhausted from work today so this is going up a bit late. Sorry ’bout that.
It looks like a lot of fun, so here we go-
It’s your first Christmas at Hogwarts. What’s one book you’ve asked for this year?
Barnes and Nobles has some really fancy copies of Children of Blood and Bone that I’d love to hoard.
You spot Hagrid hauling the Christmas tree through the grounds. What is the longest (or heaviest!) book you own?
Probably Roots. I almost wish the book came in a set it’s just so intimidating looking.
It’s time for the famous Great Hall feast. What’s one book you can’t read without snacks?
Reading Harry Potter used to make me hungry. I am deadly serious. Part of me blames the feast scenes but to be completely honest I’ve always craved those train car treats.
Well done, you’ve brewed your first Polyjuice potion. What’s one book you’d change the cover of?
You receive a brand new Firebolt for Christmas. What’s one book you read super quickly?
Blondie by Joanne Ganci. I stayed up until almost 4 am reading this book and loved it so much I immediately had to read her first book Their Book Nerd. And I still vow to read everything she writes. Blondie was just that good.
You join Harry for his first proper Christmas. What’s one book you’d love to receive this year?
Any books I get would be things I’d be thankful for. Except for another copy of Lord of the Flies. I do not need to be tortured by that.
You get hit by one of Fred and George’s flying snowballs. What’s a book you wanted to throw across the room?
I literally threw Harry Potter and the Halfblood Prince at a wall when I was reading it. I was just so upset about what was happening with Dumbledore that I got furious.
You’ve just visited Hogsmeade for the first time. What’s one popular book you haven’t read yet?
Congratulations, you’ve been invited to the Yule Ball. What book about Christmas do you love?
You find Ron’s deluminator. What’s one book that’s helped you through some dark times?
Do you even have to ask?