Guys, you don’t know how immensely happy I am for the weekend to arrive. I mean, basically this is a pretty pumped up week for me and you know the feeling of how slower the days creep by when your waiting for something, right? Work’s been cray (but that’s not a complaint) so I’ve been waiting for Saturday to gain back my sanity.
Anyway, let me introduce you to a new affiliation of yours truly to a shtick which is a brainchild of my virtual little sister, Bianca @ Ultimate Fangirl. I signed up for The Fanboy Book Club which is basically dedicated to swoon over favorite male leads alongside other swooners. I have a hitch this is going to be ultimately fun!
Let start this off with an introduction, shall we?
Tell us a little bit about yourself
Well, I’m a twenty-something nutritionist as what you can see on the right widget of this page if you’re on viewing via desktop. Travelling’s my game but time’s really a luxury when you’re working so once I get a chance, I tend to overdo it and take the most advantage out of it. One random fact: I love Cheetos and I just recently discovered that eating it with fork/chopsticks is the second best discovery of mankind (next to the invention of Cheetos). Not because I hate getting my hands soiled but more like it gives me the liberty to use my hands on other stuff while I eat.
How did you come up with your blog name?
The Bookgasm. Well, some of you might think the title’s a little perverted but tell you what, I am pertaining to the wonderful, euphoric feeling of getting immersed to an incredible story in a book. If you’re a true blue bookworm, you’ll get what I’m pointing at.
Who is your favorite male character?
Easy. Ronald Bilius Weasley. Red-haired, sexy British accent, funny personality, and feelings of insecurities that’s very relatable.
Who are your book husbands/ book boyfriends?
While we’re all loyal to just one book boyfriend (which for me is Ron), I happen to be a devious adulteress who steals glances (more like, stares) on other potentials.
- William Herondale and Jem Carstairs (The Infernal Devices by Cassandra Clare)
- Weasley Twins (Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling)
- Will Traynor (Me Before You by Jojo Moyes).. but that’s not YA
- Etienne St. Claire (Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins)
- Chaol Westfalls (Throne of Glass series by Sarah J. Maas)
Book with a male lead that really stuck to your heart?
Ahh that will be Will Traynor (Me Before You by Jojo Moyes). I love his fluency in sarcasm, subtle means of affection, and profound words that hit home.
That’s a wrap for the Fanboy Book Club kickoff. Thank you for reading!