If Characters Were Bloggers | Part 2

I was reading through my old posts a while ago, and found one that I had completely forgotten about! It was If Characters Wrote Blogs, and I gave characters a niche kind of blogger they would be if they had a blog. I’ve since read many books that have perfect candidates for bloggers in them, so I thought it was time I write another one of these posts!

baking blogger.pngLara Jean Song Covey from the To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before trilogy by Jenny Han
I could so see her making a cute little baking blog where she posts recipes of all these delicious cookies and baked goods she makes!

book blogger

Henry and Rachel from Words in Deep Blue by Cath Crowley
This would be book blogger goals: a couple blog where the two share their love of books, and maybe even transcribe the letter library?! I need this to happen…
dream blogger.png

Alice from Dreamology by Lucy Keating
I could totally see her writing posts about what different events in dreams mean… or maybe better yet, she could share her dream experiences!book-blogger2.png

Madeline from Everything, Everything by Nicola Yoon
Ok, so this one’s kind of a cheat. In the book she does in fact have a blog, where she posts snarky spoiler reviews on Tumblr. I would have loved if this were real — somebody on the marketing team for this book should have thought of this!

Ava from I Hate Everyone But You by Gaby Dunn and Allison Raskin
Out of the two girls in this book, Ava and Gen, Ava is the one who joins the sorority, and seems to be the blogging type. While I could see Gen writing a blog of her opinionated thoughts, I could see Ava posting about college life, boys, friends, and the sorority.

So, what do you think? Did I assign these characters to the right kind of blog? I had tons of fun writing this post, so you can bet there will be more of these in the future!

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