I’m going to keep this intro short because this topic is too fun to not just jump right into. Welcome to my TTT post; as usual, leave a link to your post in the comments and I’ll be sure to check it out!
This week’s TTT is all about character’s I would follow on social media. Without further ado, my list!
✔︎ Followed ✔︎
- Esther from Giant Days: I feel like her Instagram feed would be full of her dramatic and quirky escapades. That’s the kind of quality content I’m looking for.
- Artemisia Gentileschi from Blood Water Paint: While I’m not of Twitter myself, I do love reading some good tweets. I picture her tweeting activism-related tweets, arts events, etc.
- Bri from On the Come Up: Does Spotify count as social media? I think she would have some amazing playlists and tracks of her own on here that I would definitely follow.
- Lina from Love & Gelato: Again for the Instagram feed, this time full of beautiful photos from Italy.
- Dogger from the Flavia de Luce series: It’s gotta be Pinterest for Dogger. All of his random knowledge would surely manifest itself in interesting pins that would definitely be going on my boards.
- Xiomara from The Poet X: Mainly for either her Snapchat or Instagram stories of her at poetry slams.
- Laila from The Gilded Wolves: Instagram again! Her content will consist of equal parts glam and badass.
- Pip from A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder: I listen to most of my podcasts on Spotify, so we’ll go with Spotify here. I would definitely listen to Pip talk about murder, cold cases, solving crimes, etc. on Spotify.
- The children of Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children Series: This isn’t exactly canon but I can see them having a YouTube channel where they get into all sorts of shennagains.
- Starr from The Hate U Give: Another Twitter follow for me, the person not on Twitter. Still, I think Starr would post some interesting Tweets about current events and activism.
This was hard, but I had fun thinking of these characters in more creative ways that don’t come straight from their books!
Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together.