For the vampire anon: Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead (yes it sounds cheesy but I swear it's amazing and the main character is super sassy) Peep by Scott Westerfeld, The Vampire Chronicles by Anne Rice (aka the original gothic vampire books) and The Reformed Vampire Support Group by Catherin Jinks
To the vampire anon: Did you ever hear of the Darren Shan series? They're written under the synonym of Darren Shan which also is the main character and I really like them ^^ There's also a movie adaption which is not bad in my opinion ^^ Hope this helps :)
1. What is your favourite snack to eat in a book hang over?
Chips? I have no idea honestly.
2. Favourite author?
JK Rowling, Tamora Pierce
3. What grade are you in?
OH. I finished school 6 freaking years ago. WHAT? HOW DID THAT HAPPEN? Thanks for reminding me. LOL
4. Favourite video game?
I haven’t played in a long time. But I used to play Crash Bandicoot, Mario Kart, Mortal Kombat, Pokemon, or The Sims . Adventure type games frustrate me if I can’t accomplish the goal in several tries.
5. What is your stand on brusselsprouts?
6. Why did you make a tumblr account?
I saw an hp gif on a forum and I was like “this is cool! How can that move? where is this from?” So I made an account to be able to see it.
7. Any pets?
Only one in my life, I had a puppy when I was a kid.
8. Favourite subject?
History, English, Science.
9. What would you want to be when your older?
Rich or at least just be comfortable that I don’t have to work a lot (LOL I’m actually old and that’s what I want)
10. Any siblings?
11. Favourite youtuber?
Grace, Mamrie, and Hannah
Won’t tag anyone. Or if you want to do it, just have these same questions because I’m bad on making up my own.
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