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Questions About Books You Can Ask Your Pen Pal/Internet Friend

Hello lovelies!

A lot of people like reading, so why not talk about books and ask a lot of questions about it :)!

1. What are your top 3 books?

2. Is there a ending of a book, that you would really really like to rewrite?

3. Most boring book you ever read?

4. A fictional character you would like to marry?

5. Best biography you have ever read?

I’m really curious what your answer would be to question number 4, let me know :)!

xoxo Giulia

Notre béguin pour les voitures fantasques, les actrices racées, les plats en gelée, l’odeur saturée des chais, les romans amers des Hussards, les films d’Audiard, le profil d’une lycéenne aperçue dans un jardin public, toutes ces choses dérisoires et essentielles qui rendaient la vie si piquante disparaîtraient. Qui se souviendrait après nous des Alfa Giulia enchantant la Riviera, du charme vénéneux de Porfirio Rubirosa, des comédies mélancoliques de Philippe de B., des larges lunettes de Monica V., des seins conquérants de Sophia L. ou du sourire mauresque de Claudia C. ? Notre alphabet du cœur. Nous savourions ces derniers instants et protégions jalousement les images fugaces de nos glorieuses années comme le plus précieux des trésors. Nous ignorions tous les profanateurs de notre nostalgie qui nous encerclaient, nous enserraient.

- Thomas Morales, Adios.

“She’s relatable to because she’s such a realistic character. I think she’s like young girls today — they read magazines, they look at models, they’ve got social media telling them how to act. That’s who Sansa is. She’s looked at the queen, she’s looked at Margaery Tyrell, and she idolises them. All she wants is to become them. She’s like every 12-year-old girl who wants to be a celebrity — it’s the same adolescence as everyone else, but a few hundred years ago. In an alternative universe. With dragons.” [Sophie Turner on Sansa Stark]