Sunday, March 17, 2013


Happy St. Patrick's Day. :) I hope youse all have a wonderful, lovely day. Me, I am going to have a BEAUTIFUL day. Count on it. We are going to have Irish coffees, and yummy desserts, and all kinds of good stuff. Wine and beer and things like that. :)

Now, the Literary Dinner Party Tag! I will be honest. I was not tagged. But Treskie shared the idea with me, so I decided I was going to do it, tag or no tag! For that reason, I'm not tagging either. However, if you want to do this cool tag, by all means do! Just let me know, kay? I want to read your post too as well. :)

So, for this tag you are going to plan a dinner party. The guests? Characters from your favorite books! So review all the books you own, and get ready.


1.) One character who likes to cook.
I'm going to invite dear old Mr. Clarkson from Mixed Blessings. He's an eccentric man who takes over the cooking duties from his distracted, too-busy landlady. :)

2. One character who has money to fund the party.
Sara Crewe from A Little Princess: either before her father died and she lost her money, or after the Indian gentleman takes her in as his daughter.

3. One character who might cause a scene.
Nick Mallory, from the Merlin Conspiracy. MmmHmmm. :)

4. One character who is funny/amusing.
He is not a person. Does that matter? I'd invite Polar Bear from The Father Christmas Letters. He's always good for a laugh!

5. One character who is super social/popular.
Peter Guthrie, from Bloomability. "Sono Libero, Libero, Liberooooo!"

6. One villain.
The Man Jack, from Neil Gaiman's Graveyard Book. He is creeeeeeepy!

7. One couple (doesn't have to be romantic).
Well, it's gonna be! Morgon of Hed and Raederle! I love, love, love these two. Quite so much. :)

8. One hero/heroine.
Cyril from Pageant of Life. He. Is. Amazing.

9. One under-appreciated character.
Faramir, son of Denethor, from The Lord of the Rings. There is a man completely under-appreciated by most readers. 

10. One character of your own choosing.
Just one? Very well. It'll have to be a Diana Wynne Jones character. I'd invite Chrestomanci!

There you go! I hope you enjoyed that. I rather did. It would be quite an epic gathering: some high fantasy characters, talking their archaic talk, some normal fantasy characters nattering away like Brits, some saintly people, some not-so-saintly people, and some not people! It would be interesting, indeed. :)

I have a couple new items I'm going to post in my Etsy shop in the next couple days, so when I do that I'll post some pictures here for you. :)

If you decide to do this tag, let me know! I want to check out your post. :) :)

Until next time,

God bless!


P.S. This is my 300th post! That's exciting. :)

1 comment:

  1. Fun tag, Kit. I might have to do this one. It sounds fun.

    I love that gif! *An-ti-ci-pate!* Hehe.


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