Fictional Role models

Day 5: “how would your heroine describe your weekend?”

My heroine. Do I have one? I’ve read so many books that I don’t have a favorite, besides Twilight. Yet, I don’t see Bella Swan as my heroine. She is strong, but more chilled than I am. She wouldn’t push me to go on an adventure.

Adventure, Blonde Hair, Exploring, Girl, Jump, Ocean
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Like Raven Madison from Vampire Kisses. See, the book series, Vampire Kisses by Ellen Schreiber, is my favorite vampire theme book series. It’s a nine book series. If you think about it as a writer and English major, I like certain genre-themed books/series. Stand alone books are great, but I prefer certain authors and his or her books like Ni-Ni Simone and Colleen Hoover.

Rose, Book, Old Book, Blossom, Bloom, Rosenblatt, Used
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With this in mind, I would pick Raven Madison as my heroine because she is spunky and adventurous in ways I wish I was in real life.

Raven would go into an abandoned castle with no problems. She would go and investigate a place, or person with fear or doubt in mind. Raven Madison is more than just a gothic, vampire loving girl.

My weekend consisted of chilling at home, going to the library for some free A/C, and my commitment to the gym. That’s it. My summer is pretty boring until Graduate School starts again.

So, what would Raven Madison think of my weekend? I’m such a bore. I need to hit up the Coffin Club and find a hot vampire boyfriend like Alexander Sterling. In which, I totally agree.

I’m hoping this Fall to include more event planning into my schedule. College homecoming, haunted houses, battle of the bands. I’m young and still in my twenties.

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