Okay. It’s three days until Christmas, and I realised that I haven’t actually even written anything remotely winter-y. I, um, wasn’t actually tagged to do this tag, but I spotted it on The Writing Hufflepuff and it looked like fun! I hope you don’t mind me stealing it, Michelle. 🙂
Name a book you would like to see under your Christmas tree! *spits out tea* One book. Okay. This is going to be difficult… I mean, there are SO many books I’d love to receive. To stop all the unread books getting jealous, I would really like the US edition of Carry On by Rainbow Rowell. I bet you didn’t see that coming, right? 😉
A book you’ll be reading during the Christmas Season! I really want to re-read Red Rising and Golden Son by Pierce Brown before the third book comes out in January! I haven’t really been reading anything festive, except for the Geek Girl short story All Wrapped Up.
Favourite Christmas Movie? Nativity, or maybe the Sound of Music. We watch one or the other every year. Although both make me wince, especially when there is slightly drunken singing from various relatives.
Do you like snow? It’s so magical when we get it! But usually it doesn’t snow where I am, and if it does then it’s not actually at Christmas time. 😛 I do like it, though!
Name a character you would like to spend your Christmas day with! WHAT IS THIS QUESTION. Hmm. Maybe Penelope Bunce? I mean, I don’t really have any other reason except PENELOPE. ❤
To give or to receive? I would love to be able to honestly say to give. I can’t really, though, because… it’s always nice to get presents! But seeing other people’s reactions as they open your gifts is always the nicest thing. So, like Michelle, I’m going to say both!
What fictional place would you like to spend Christmas at? I am going to say Hogwarts here. asdfjkl CHRISTMAS THERE WOULD BE SO LOVELY.
Fondest Christmas memory? This isn’t my fondest memory, but everyone seems to find it hilarious: I remember opening my stocking in Australia when I was visiting my cousins and completely rejecting the can of Coke. The same cousins also have a tradition of Skyping us wearing ridiculous Christmas beach shirts. My family has a lot of kind of Christmas in-jokes, haha,
Can you say Christmas tree ten times FAST in a row (pronouncing it correctly!) Haha nope, that’s a definite tongue twister!
We’re actually off to collect my other cousins this evening (with the help of a takeaway curry). The house will probably be pretty busy over the next few days, so if you celebrate Christmas I hope you have a wonderful time! 😀