Hi everyone! It’s been at least a week since I’ve participated in Top Ten Tuesday’s. This weekly meme is hosted by the amazing people at The Broke and the Bookish. You should definitely check out their blog! Today’s topic is a Thanksgiving freebie. They gave us many ideas such as authors we are thankful for and fictional families we would want to spend Thanksgiving with. I can’t pick between these two so I will do five of each 🙂
Top Ten Tuesday’s Authors and Fictional Families:
1) J.K. Rowling
Of course this outstanding author is at the top of this list! She wrote the amazing Harry Potter series. I am currently about to start book number 5 and can’t believe how many plot twists and suspenseful moments there are!
2) John Green
It’s a given that John Green is on this list. I have raved countless times about Paper Towns and The Fault in Our Stars. John Green is definitely an incredible author 🙂
3) James Patterson
His books always make me laugh and smile. His Treasure Hunters series has so much adventure and suspense. The Middle School series features a silly and mischievous boy named Rafe. You should check out his books.
She is such an amazing author! I have grown up with Ramona, Beezus, Henry, and more. Her books are an easy and fun read.
5) Suzanne Collins
Suzanne wrote the Hunger Games series. Without her, we wouldn’t be able to volunteer tribute, have Peeta Bread, and many more puns and references. Mockingjay Part 2 recently came out in theaters. Have you seen it?
5 Fictional Families I would love to spend Thanksgiving with:
- The Weasleys!
This is obviously at the top of the list. The Weasleys each have their own unique personality and Mrs. Weasley is so kind and caring. They also all have bright red hair and freckles 😀
2) Miss J and Anna
They aren’t a biological family. Anna is a foster child and Miss J is her foster parent. They have a bond that’s as tight knit like a mother and daughter. These amazing characters are in the book I finished today. I will be reviewing that ASAP.
3) The O’Briens
The O’Briens consist of Summer and her daughter Ellie. Ellie’s father left quite a while ago. Summer and Ellie have the cutest mother-daughter relationship. They are one of the families in The Swap that I recently reviewed.
4) The Malloys
Not the Malfoys XD The Malloys are Jack Malloy, his brothers Stryker, Gunner and Jett, and the Captain who is their father. They are a different kind of family but are very close. All of them are super althetic and exercise attics. The Malloys are another family in The Swap.
5) The Everdeens
I’m hoping I spelled that correctly.. The Everdeens stick together. Katniss provides food for the family by hunting in an illegal area. I honestly haven’t read the Hunger Games series in a long time.
Thats all! This week’s Top Ten Tuesday is definitely longer than normal but I enjoyed writing it.
What are you thankful for? Tell me in the comments!
Thanks for reading and stay tuned for more Top Ten Tuesday’s!
~Makayla the Bookworm 😀