Edel Grace

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Book Blogger Hop

Book Blogger Hop #61

Nov 9, 2018 | Comments


Book Blogger Hop is a weekly meme run by Coffee Addicted Writer. Every Friday, a question is posted for the book blog community to discuss. This week’s question is…

Do you subscribe to any book subscription boxes?

Nope! I don’t like spending money to take a chance on a book. These days I just go to the library so I don’t have to risk my money on a book I might not like. So subscription boxes are definitely something that I am not interested in at all. Too risky. My tastes are also very particulaor. I tend to stick to authors I know and I’m mostly focused on reading classics or well known and well revered books rather than anything new right now.

Book Blogger Hop #60

Nov 2, 2018 | Comments


Book Blogger Hop is a weekly meme run by Coffee Addicted Writer. Every Friday, a question is posted for the book blog community to discuss. This week’s question is…

Do you do collaborations with brands or other bloggers? Which collaboration was your favorite and why?

Nope. Once I interviewed a blogger, Graeme Inge, a software engineer and author. Does that count as a collaboration? Other than that, I usually stick to my own bubble. While I think collaborations must be fun, usually for people who don’t know the people involved in the collaboration it can be a little dry. Depending on the topic, of course, it can be done well. I think Q&A or interview type collaborations are what I prefer. What other ways are there to collaborate?

Book Blogger Hop #59

Oct 26, 2018 | Comments


Book Blogger Hop is a weekly meme run by Coffee Addicted Writer. Every Friday, a question is posted for the book blog community to discuss. This week’s question is…

Recommend one horror novel for nonhorror readers.

Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. I can only say that because that’s the only horror novel that I’ve ever read. But it’s a classic for a reason. It’s also interesting how the original story is as there’s been so many interpretations and spin offs. I really enjoyed it and Shelley is a wonderful author. I think it’s the right amount of “kinda horror but not really horror.” In those times, the concept of reanimating a human body would be horrific. Unfortunately now the idea doesn’t seem so extreme. Try to read it in the eyes of someone who has never heard of zombies before!

Book Blogger Hop #58

Oct 19, 2018 | Comments


Book Blogger Hop is a weekly meme run by Coffee Addicted Writer. Every Friday, a question is posted for the book blog community to discuss. This week’s question is…

If you were to dress up as a literary figure {author or character} for Halloween, who would it be?

Hmm… That’s a good question. I would totally dress up as Anne Shirley from Anne of Green Gables. I don’t think I could pull off the red hair though. It might be weird seeing an asian Anne but the Japanese really like Anne so it must have been done before, right? I just don’t know how recognizable Anne would be. I might get mistaken for Pipi Longstocking or the Wendy’s mascot.

I think it would be super cool to dress up as any Austen or Bronte character. It’s a little disheartening because those characters don’t really have distinguishing physical characteristics that would make you go, “Oh, you’re dressed up as Jane Eyre!” I do adore the 18th and 19th century fashion though and I think it would be a bunch of fun to dress up as someone from those times. I think if I were handing out the candy the kids would just see me dressed up as someone from a long time ago.

Book Blogger Hop #57

Oct 12, 2018 | Comments


Book Blogger Hop is a weekly meme run by Coffee Addicted Writer. Every Friday, a question is posted for the book blog community to discuss. This week’s question is…

You are suddenly transported into a future time in which (horrors!) books are unknown. How would you explain books, and how wonderful they are, to the people of that time?

UH. That’s so hard, especially since I don’t really understand what is considered as horror. In my mind, horror just means “scary.” There’s a lot of similar genres like thrillers. I really do not know enough about the genre to say anything about it. Maybe I need to pick up Stephen King one of these days.

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My name is Edel Grace Altares. My programming interests include full stack development and back end development. My languages of choice are Python and Java. Outside of programming I enjoy crocheting, video games, cats, historical fiction, and reading.

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