Drarry Quite Contrary

January 20, 2016 § Leave a comment

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Melissa writes,

Im the biggest fangirl for Drarry (Draco Malfoy and Harry Potter), to the point that I refuse to sleep because I’m reading stories about them. I can’t do homework or study, I’m procrastinating all the time, and it’s getting out of hand. I buy all the merchandise and I’ve watched the Harry Potter movies at least 8 times in a day. How do I stop this?

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Harry Potter Death

October 13, 2015 § 3 Comments

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Sad Fangirl writes,

I am reading the HP series and I am utterly heartbroken about the death of a certain character. Every time I think about the character, I get sad. Please help!!!

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Put Down the Fanfic

September 23, 2014 § Leave a comment

Books. Every fangirl likes them in theory, but sometimes we get sidetracked by our OTP and spend months submerged in the depths of fanfic, both good and bad. If you’re wanting to move out of a fic reading stage and pick up an actual book, here are a few tips to get you started.

1. Read what you like. You don’t have to be reading Dostoevsky for your brain to get all wrinkly. If it takes some chick lit for you to prep yourself to sink back into denser fiction, then that’s fine.

2. Consider the benefits. Did you know that people who read fiction are more likely to demonstrate greater empathy towards others as well as greater interpersonal skills? But you have to be willing to put yourself in different people’s shoes, not just your favorite character’s over and over again.

3. Use your fangirl imagination. If you have to plaster another character’s face on the protagonist in your mind to get excited about a book, then cast away. There was a blonde protagonist in the Wool series named Juliet, so of course I cast her as Elizabeth Mitchell.

4. Ask your fangirl friends. What book reminds them of a TV show or a movie you like?  To get you started with this, here are few of my recommendation.

If you like Downton Abbey, then you might like

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If you like The Walking Dead, then try

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Rather than reading Harry Potter for the 9th time, how about

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Did you love how much LOST scared you? Then I recommend

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Caught in a Hunger Games slump? How about

book5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Love BAMFy middle-aged ladies? You must read

book6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I’m not into The Big Bang Theory, but I did love

book7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Who doesn’t love Orphan Black? You have to read

book8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Interested in prison life from Orange is the New Black? I loved

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Finally, for all you Battlestar Galactica fans who love middle-aged idiots in cabins, then you must read,

book10

 

 

 

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