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Favourite Non-Canon Ships/ Top 5 Wednesday


Top 5 Wednesday

Good morning Wednesdayers, how is it in the Book World on your end?  Today we are talking about love, yes love and no it is not February. Now, let me be indiscreet to say that the word “Ship” or “Shipping” always strike me as  teenager language, I prefer saying  love interest and I love talking about characters I wish ended in forever.


October 19th: Favorite Non-Canon Ships
–These are the couples you love, but they never got together in canon (canon meaning: what actually happened in the text). Or that did get together, but weren’t together in the end of the series. Or a couple you ship but it’s actually impossible for them to be together because they are from different worlds, franchises, etc. Let your shipper heart run wild. I know mine will.

Let us dive into it:

Jo and Teddy from Little Women by Louisa M Alcott

I was so disappointed when they both married other persons and not each other. I will always dislike the ending of the story because of this romantic/disappointment. I felt that that they were meant for each other based on their emotional and loving connection but the writer had other plans.

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The Forever Book Tag!

Forever Book Tag

Source: Via Word..I Need Words

Hello Wednesday people :). I came across this book tag by Jordan on Words. . . I Need Words. . .  several weeks ago and I am finally making time to try it out because I like the meaning behind the tag (if that makes any sense) . Jordan says :

What to do: In your status, list 10 books that have stayed with you forever, or at least since you have read them ;]. Don’t take more than a few minutes, and don’t think too hard. You don’t have to justify why you are choosing these books. They don’t have to be great works of literature, just books that have affected you in some way. Show others what books mean the world to you. Tag a few friends, and include me so I can see your list.

So let us get into it (in no particular order):

1.Persuasion by Jane Austen










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