Top 5 Future Classics

1) Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling

Harry Potter Boxset (Harry Potter, #1-7)

If it’s not considered a classic series already, it certainly will be in about 50 years or so. And even if it’s not, even if Harry Potter somehow inexplicably fades into obscurity, I will still be reading the books until the end of time.

2) The Fault in Our Stars by John Green

The Fault in Our Stars

A heartbreaking novel about two cancer-stricken teenagers falling in love, I believe TFIOS is destined to become one of those classic YA novels that will find itself being read by each new generation.

3) The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle by Haruki Murakami

The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle

I think The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle is already considered a modern classic so it’s odds of becoming an enduring classic are pretty good.

4) The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins

The Hunger Games (The Hunger Games, #1)

Here’s hoping that in a hundred years or so, people are still reading The Hunger Games – not living it.

5) It by Stephen King

It

I’m calling it here, folks – Stephen King’s novels will one day be considered horror classics just like Dracula and Frankenstein. If I have to choose just one book destined to earn classic status, then I choose It. 

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Top 10 Authors I’m Dying to Meet

1) J.K. Rowling

J.K. Rowling

Of course the author of my favorite book series of all time is #1 on my list. My chances of meeting Queen Rowling are probably pretty slim and maybe that’s okay because I’d most likely burst into hysterical tears the moment I laid eyes on her.

Question I’d Love to Ask Her: When you were at your lowest point, what inspired you to keep going?

2) Stephen King

Stephen King

After the Queen herself, next on my list is the King of Horror. I’ve loved reading Stephen King’s books ever since I was a teenager and it would be incredible to meet him.

Question I’d Love to Ask Him: If you had never become a famous, successful author, would you still write? (I have the feeling the answer would be yes, but I’d still like to see what he would say.)

3) Sarah J. Maas

Sarah J. Maas

I have only read the first two books in the Court of Thorns and Roses series but those two books were enough to make Sarah J. Maas one of my most beloved authors.

Question I’d Love to Ask Her: What advice would you give to an aspiring fantasy writer?

4) Ben Aaronovitch

Ben Aaronovitch

Ben Aaronovitch is the author of my favorite urban fantasy series, the Peter Grant series and I would love to meet him and hear him talk more about his books, his characters, and where he gets his ideas from.

Question I’d Love to Ask Him: How many more books do you have planned for the Peter Grant series?

5) Foz Meadows

Foz Meadows

I only recently discovered Foz Meadows (see my review for An Accident of Stars) but I was so impressed with her novel that I would love to meet her and pick her brilliant brain.

Question I’d Love to Ask Her: What steps do you take when you are in the process of building a fantasy world?

6) Gillian Flynn

Gillian Flynn

Gillian Flynn is a master when it comes to writing taught, psychological thrillers. I have all of her books, just waiting to be signed.

Question I’d Love to Ask Her: How important is it to you that your books have complex, female characters in them? Characters that some people may call ‘unlikeable?’

7) Haruki Murakami

Haruki Murakami

A creator of dream-like novels, I think it would be so interesting to meet Murakami and see what he’s like in person.

Question I’d Love to Ask Him: How do you take an idea that is so dreamlike and seemingly illogical and make it real?

8) Marissa Meyer

Marissa Meyer

Marissa Meyer is the author of one of my favorite YA series, The Lunar Chronicles.

Question I’d Love to Ask Her: Are you ever tempted to write more stories about any of the characters from the Lunar Chronicles?

9) Margaret Atwood

Margaret Atwood

Question I’d Love to Ask Her: How close do you think we are to a living in a reality that is like the one you portrayed in The Handmaid’s Tale? Do you think such a reality is inevitable, considering the current political climate? (Yeah, it wouldn’t be the most upbeat conversation but I think Margaret Atwood is a genius and she is incredibly insightful about the way society works.)

10) Marie Rutkoski

Marie Rutkoski

Marie Rutkoski is the author of one of my favorite series of all time, The Winners Trilogy

Question I’d Love to Ask Her: What are you working on right now? (Translation: PLEASE TELL ME YOU HAVE ANOTHER BOOK COMING OUT SOON)

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Top 5 Angsty Romances

1) Ron/Hermione (Harry Potter series)

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It takes the entire Harry Potter series for Ron and Hermione to get together and their journey isn’t exactly the smoothest. There are lots of fights, tears and tons of angst (especially in Half-Blood Prince) but I think their love/hate relationship throughout the books makes their happy ending that much sweeter.

2) Feyre/Rhysand (A Court of Mist and Fury)

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There is a lot of juicy angst between Rhysand and Feyre, particularly in the beginning of their relationship. And then they have some sweet moments and then some more angst and then some sexy moments and then angst, angst and more angst. It couldn’t be more perfect.

3) Marianne/Willoughby (Sense and Sensibility)

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After a whirlwind courtship where Marianne and Willoughby’s engagement seems a sure thing, Willoughby runs off and Marianne spends half the novel in a deep depression. It’s just one of those angsty romances I love – guy decides to have some fun with a girl who he has no plans on getting attached to, ends up falling in love against his will and then panics. Although things don’t work out for Marianne and Willoughby, I couldn’t help but kind of root for them a little bit.

4) Arin/Kestrel (The Winner’s Trilogy)

The Winner's Curse (The Winner's Trilogy, #1)

Nothing gets more angsty than two lovers being on opposite sides of a war and not sure if they can trust one another. Arin and Kestrel’s relationship is definitely slow-burning and angsty but that’s what makes it so perfect.

5) Will Graham/Hannibal Lecter (Hannibal TV series)

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Will Graham and Hannibal Lecter spend half the show doing some serious eye-fucking and the other half of the show trying to kill each other. If that’s not angst, I don’t know what is.

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Top 10 Books You Will Want to Read All Day

This week’s Top 10 Tuesday’s theme is Read in One Sitting or any kind of variations on that so I chose the Top 10 Books that make me want to read the day away.

1) The Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling

Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (Harry Potter, #1)

I know, I know – Harry Potter always seems to end up on my Top 10 list. But it is also the #1 book series that makes me want to read it all day, every day. If it was possible to read all 7 books in one day, I would. (I wonder if it is possible? Has anyone actually done that? They’d have to be the ultimate speedreader.)

2) Anything by Stephen King

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Stephen King – you either love him or hate him. I LOVE him and I could easily be content reading any one of his books for an entire day.

3) A Court of Thorns and Roses series by Sarah J. Maas

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Another series that pops up frequently on my Top 10 list but for good reason – Sarah J. Maas creates such lush, vivid worlds and dynamic characters that, when I’m reading them, I just want to pretend that the real world doesn’t exist.

4) Winter (The Lunar Chronicles #4) by Marissa Meyer

Winter (The Lunar Chronicles, #4)

Winter, the final book in the Lunar Chronicles is over 800 pages long and I finished it in the span of two days. I literally could not put it down. It was one of my best marathon reading days where I did almost nothing else but read this book. At the end of the day, I ended up with a major headache but it was so worth it.

5) Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn

Gone Girl

I remember when I read Gone Girl for the first time, I may as well have disappeared off the face of the earth. I had zero interest in anything else – I just had to know what happened!

6) The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins

The Girl on the Train

Another book in the same vein as Gone Girl that kept me guessing – and kept me reading the entire day.

7) Hyperbole and a Half by Allie Brosh

Hyperbole and a Half: Unfortunate Situations, Flawed Coping Mechanisms, Mayhem, and Other Things That Happened

While this book probably won’t take you an entire day to read (I think I finished it in just over an hour), it will be nearly impossible to put down – except for when you’re laughing so hard you almost fall off your favorite reading chair.

8) Memoirs of a Geisha by Arthur Golden

Memoirs of a Geisha

I could happily spend an entire day devouring this gorgeous, lyrical novel. But I think I’d rather slow down and savor all of the beautiful writing – sentence by sentence, word by word.

9) Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell

Fangirl

Despite Fangirl being almost 500 pages long, I can easily finish it in one day – it’s just such a cute, delightful read that I couldn’t stop reading it even if I wanted to.

10) Bedtime Stories by Diana Secker Tesdell

Bedtime Stories

A gorgeous anthology full of fantastical, dreamy tales – I got lost in this book, reading story after story well past my bedtime.

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Top 10 Books on My Spring TBR

I always have a hard time making a definitive TBR list because I always vacillate between keeping to a set list and reading whatever the hell I want. Having said that, there are books on this list that I know for sure I will be reading and some books I may or may not get around to.

1) It by Stephen King

It

This one I’m just about to start reading and I’m so excited! I did read It a couple of years ago but I want to reread it this year before the new movie comes out. (So stoked!!) It might make more sense to read it closer to the film’s release date but because it’s such a monster book, I want to give myself plenty of time to read it without having to rush through it.

2) A Court of Wings and Ruin (A Court of Thorns and Roses #3) by Sarah J. Maas

A Court of Wings and Ruin (A Court of Thorns and Roses, #3)

My most anticipated book of the year comes out on May 2, so of course this is on my spring TBR. And I’ll probably reread the first two books in the series so I’m nice and refreshed by the time I read ACOWAR. I don’t think I’ll be able to handle it! AHHHHHHHHH!!!!!

3) The Deal (Off-Campus #1) by Elle Kennedy

The Deal (Off-Campus, #1)

This is a contemporary romance that I’ve been eyeing for a while now, and I think, between the murderous clowns and the epic fae fantasy, I’ll want some cute romance to balance it all out.

4) Hunted by Meagan Spooner

Hunted

Another one of my most anticipated books of 2017 actually comes out today! I’m super stoked to read this Beauty and the Beast retelling!

5) Beauty and the Beast: Classic Tales About Animal Brides and Grooms from Around the World

Beauty and the Beast: Classic Tales About Animal Brides and Grooms from Around the World

And speaking of Beauty and the Beast, just in time for the movie Penguin released this collection of Beauty and the Beast inspired tales. And, oh man, I cannot wait to get my paws on this one.

6) Cat Stories by Diana Secker Tesdell

Cat Stories

This one might seem a little random but one of my reading goals is to read every book in the Everyman’s Library Pocket Classics Collection and this one is next on the list.

7) A Tyranny of Queens (Manifold Worlds #2) by Foz Meadows

A Tyranny of Queens (Manifold Worlds, #2)

I read the first book in the Manifold Worlds series recently and I absolutely loved it! Lucky for me, the second book comes out in May so I won’t have long to wait!

8) A Cold Season by Alison Littlewood

A Cold Season

I’m not a 100% sure I’ll get around to reading this one or not. It’s a horror novel I’ve been eyeing for awhile.

9) Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

The Complete Sherlock Holmes

I’ve got a jonesing for some Holmes stories for some reason. Just not sure which one I’ll pick up.

10) Within the Sanctuary of Wings (The Memoirs of Lady Trent #5) by Marie Brennan

Within the Sanctuary of Wings (The Memoirs of Lady Trent #5)

This one’s a real wild card because I haven’t gotten around to reading any of the previous books in the series yet but this book is definitely on my TBB list. (To Be Bought)

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Top 5 Favorite Science Fiction and Fantasy Books

This was such a hard topic for me because Fantasy and Science Fiction are my two favorite genres! It was hard to narrow it down to just five – so I cheated a little bit and some selections are for entire series instead of just one book. Unlike some of my other Top 5 Wednesday posts, where my list is in no particular order, this list is counting down to my number one favorite.

5) An Accident of Stars (Manifold Worlds #1) by Foz Meadows

An Accident of Stars (Manifold Worlds, #1)

This is one of my most recent fantasy favorites. (I only just read it last month!) It has spectacular worldbuilding, diverse, dynamic characters and a meaty political plot that kept me guessing. I can’t wait for the next book!

4) The Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer

Cinder (The Lunar Chronicles, #1)

Any series that puts a new spin on fairy tales is bound to get my attention. But what Marissa Meyer does so brilliantly is take such classic fairy tales like Cinderella, Rapunzel and Snow White and puts a futuristic spin on them! It is a rip-roaring adventure with lots of action, drama, and romance.

3) The Winners Trilogy by Marie Rutkoski

The Winner's Curse (The Winner's Trilogy, #1)

A beautiful fantasy series that is at turns devastating, heartbreaking and incredibly romantic. Rutkoski’s writing is so vivid and gorgeous that the books played out like films inside my head. I think this series is vastly underrated.

2) A Court of Thorns and Roses series by Sarah J. Maas

A Court of Thorns and Roses (A Court of Thorns and Roses, #1)

These books are absolute perfection. It is as if Sarah J. Maas read my mind, discovered what my absolute perfect book series would be and then went on to write that series. I have raved about this series to friends, family and strangers on the internet. I am so excited/terrified for the third book, A Court of Wings and Ruin. (I don’t want any of my favorite characters to die!)

1) The Harry Potter series

Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (Harry Potter, #1)

Was there ever any doubt that Harry Potter would be my number one pick? It is a book series I return to again and again. I grew up with Harry Potter and I will grow old with Harry Potter.

 If you have any Fantasy or Science Fiction books that you’d like to recommend, please let me know! I’m always looking for new books to add to my TBR!

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New Releases: March 2017

March 7

The Bone Witch (The Bone Witch #1) by Rin Chupeco

The Bone Witch (The Bone Witch, #1)

Genre: Young Adult Fantasy

Etched in Bone (The Others #5) by Anne Bishop

Etched in Bone (The Others, #5)

Genre: Urban Fantasy

The Song Rising (The Bone Season #3) by Samantha Shannon

The Song Rising (The Bone Season, #3)

Genre: Fantasy

Traitor to the Throne (Rebel of the Sands #2) by Alwyn Hamilton

Traitor to the Throne (Rebel of the Sands #2)

Genre: Young Adult Fantasy

The Inexplicable Logic of My Life by Benjamin Alire Saenz

The Inexplicable Logic of My Life

Genre: Young Adult Contemporary

The Deep End (Honey #1) by Kristen Ashley

The Deep End (Honey, #1)

Genre: Erotica

Exit West by Mohsin Hamid

Exit West

Genre: Fiction

You’re Welcome, Universe by Whitney Gardner

You're Welcome, Universe

Genre: Young Adult Contemporary

The Roanoke Girls by Amy Engel

The Roanoke Girls

Genre: Mystery

Seven Days of You by Cecilia Vinesse

Seven Days of You

Genre: Young Adult Contemporary

You Are Here: An Owner’s Manual for Dangerous Minds by Jenny Lawson

You Are Here: An Owner's Manual for Dangerous Minds

Genre: Humor

All Grown Up by Jami Attenberg

All Grown Up

Genre: Fiction

Big Mushy Happy Lump  by Sarah Andersen

Big Mushy Happy Lump (Sarah's Scribbles, #2)

Genre: Humor

The Great Pursuit (Eurona Duology #2) by Wendy Higgins

The Great Pursuit (Eurona Duology, #2)

Genre: Young Adult Fantasy

We: A Manifesto for Women Everywhere by Gillian Anderson, Jennifer Nadel

We: A Manifesto for Women Everywhere: 9 Principles to Live By

Genre: Feminism/Nonfiction

One Day We’ll All Be Dead and None of This Will Matter by Scaachi Koul

One Day We'll All Be Dead and None of This Will Matter

Genre: Nonfiction-Essays

Extracted (Extracted Trilogy #1) by R.R. Haywood

Extracted (Extracted Trilogy #1)

Genre: Science Fiction

Stranger Than Fanfiction by Chris Colfer

Stranger Than Fanfiction

Genre: Young Adult Contemporary

The Mermaid’s Daughter by Ann Claycomb

The Mermaid's Daughter

Genre: Fantasy

Rabbit Cake by Annie Hartnett

Rabbit Cake

Genre: Fiction

The One-Eyed Man by Ron Currie Jr.

The One-Eyed Man

Genre: Fiction

The Mother of All Questions  by Rebecca Solnit

The Mother of All Questions

Genre: Nonfiction-Essays

Camp So-and-So by Mary McCoy

Camp So-and-So

Genre: Young Adult Thriller

Confessions of a High School Disaster: Chloe Snow’s Diary by Emma Chastain

Confessions of a High School Disaster: Chloe Snow's Diary

Genre: Young Adult Contemporary

Sins of Empire (Gods of Blood and Powder #1) by Brian McClellan

Sins of Empire (Gods of Blood and Powder, #1)

Genre: Fantasy

The Accusation: Forbidden Stories from Inside North Korea by Bandi, translated by Deborah Smith

The Accusation: Forbidden Stories from Inside North Korea

Genre: Fiction/Short Stories

Dear Ijeawele, or a Feminist Manifesto in Fifteen Suggestions by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie 

Dear Ijeawele, or a Feminist Manifesto in Fifteen Suggestions

Genre: Nonfiction/Feminism

Shoot Like a Girl: One Woman’s Dramatic Fight in Afghanistan and on the Home Front by Mary Jennings Hegar

Shoot Like a Girl: One Woman's Dramatic Fight in Afghanistan and on the Home Front

Genre: Nonfiction/Memoir

The Unmade Bed: The Messy Truth about Men and Women in the 21st Century by Stephen Marche and Sarah Fulford

The Unmade Bed: The Messy Truth about Men and Women in the 21st Century

Genre: Nonfiction

Down City: A Daughter’s Story of Love, Memory, and Murder by Leah Carroll

Down City: A Daughter's Story of Love, Memory, and Murder

Genre: Nonfiction/True Crime

Hunger Makes the Wolf by Alex Wells

Hunger Makes the Wolf

Genre: Science Fiction

Lotus Blue by Cat Sparks

Lotus Blue

Genre: Science Fiction

Say Nothing by Brad Parks

Say Nothing

Genre: Thriller

Ill Will by Dan Chaon

Ill Will

Genre: Mystery

Close Enough to Touch by Colleen Oakley

Close Enough to Touch

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Last Night with the Duke (The Rakes of St. James #1) by Amelia Grey

Last Night with the Duke (The Rakes of St. James, #1)

Genre: Historical Romance

How to Tame a Beast in Seven Days (The Embraced #1) by Kerrelyn Sparks

How to Tame a Beast in Seven Days (The Embraced, #1)

Genre: Paranormal Romance

Survivors Club: The True Story of a Very Young Prisoner of Auschwitz by Michael Bornstein & Debbie Bornstein Holinstat

Survivors Club: The True Story of a Very Young Prisoner of Auschwitz

Genre: Nonfiction-History

The Stranger in the Woods: The Extraordinary Story of the Last True Hermit by Michael Finkel

The Stranger in the Woods: The Extraordinary Story of the Last True Hermit

Genre: Nonfiction-Biography

The Best We Could Do  by Thi Bui

The Best We Could Do

Genre: Graphic Novel-Memoir

Beauty and the Beast: Classic Tales About Animal Brides and Grooms from Around the World by Maria Tatar

Beauty and the Beast: Classic Tales About Animal Brides and Grooms from Around the World

Genre: Fantasy/Mythology

March 14

Hunted by Meagan Spooner

Hunted

Genre: Young Adult Fantasy

Never Let You Go by Chevy Stevens

Never Let You Go

Genre: Mystery

The End of Oz (Dorothy Must Die #4) by Danielle Paige

The End of Oz (Dorothy Must Die, #4)

Genre: Young Adult Fantasy

The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane by Lisa See

The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane

Genre: Historical Fiction

Shadow Run (Kaitan Chronicles #1) by AdriAnne Strickland & Michael Miller

Shadow Run (Kaitan Chronicles, #1)

Genre: Science Fiction

The Collapsing Empire by John Scalzi

The Collapsing Empire

Genre: Science Fiction

City of Light, City of Poison: Murder, Magic, and the First Police Chief of Paris by Holly Tucker

City of Light, City of Poison: Murder, Magic, and the First Police Chief of Paris

Genre: True Crime

The Heartbeats of Wing Jones by Katherine Webber

The Heartbeats of Wing Jones

Genre: Young Adult Contemporary

Queens of Geek by Jen Wilde

Queens of Geek

Genre: Young Adult Contemporary

Eggshells  by Caitriona Lally

Eggshells

Genre: Fiction

Frontier by Can Xue

Frontier

Genre: Fiction

Born Both: An Intersex Life by Hida Viloria

Born Both: An Intersex Life

Genre: Nonfiction/Memoir

Nabokov’s Favorite Word is Mauve: What the Numbers Reveal about the Classics, Bestsellers, and Our Own Writing by Ben Blatt

Nabokov's Favorite Word Is Mauve: What the Numbers Reveal About the Classics, Bestsellers, and Our Own Writing

Genre: Nonfiction

Bleaker House: Chasing My Novel to the End of the World  by Nell Stevens

Bleaker House: Chasing My Novel to the End of the World

Genre: Nonfiction/Memoir

The Wanderers  by Meg Howry

The Wanderers

Genre: Science Fiction

March 21

Nemesis  by Brendan Reichs

Nemesis

Genre: Young Adult Mystery

The Hidden Memory of Objects  by Danielle Mages Amato

The Hidden Memory of Objects

Genre: Young Adult Contemporary

Lola by Melissa Scrivner Love

Lola

Genre: Fiction

Revolution for Dummies: Laughing Through the Arab Spring by Bassem Youssef

Revolution for Dummies: Laughing through the Arab Spring

Genre: Nonfiction/Humor

Infinity Engine (Transformation #3) by Neal Asher

Infinity Engine (Transformation, #3)

Genre: Science Fiction

Men Walking on Water by Emily Schultz

Men Walking on Water

Genre: Historical Fiction

The Greatest Story Ever Told-So Far by Lawrence M. Krauss

The Greatest Story Ever Told--So Far: Why Are We Here?

Genre: Science

March 28

Strange the Dreamer (Strange the Dreamer #1) by Laini Taylor

Strange the Dreamer (Strange the Dreamer, #1)

Genre: Young Adult Fantasy

Blood Rose Rebellion (Blood Rose Rebellion #1) by Rosalyn Eves

Blood Rose Rebellion (Blood Rose Rebellion, #1)

Genre: Young Adult Fantasy

A Crown of Wishes (The Star-Touched Queen #2) by Roshani Chokshi

A Crown of Wishes (The Star-Touched Queen, #2)

Genre: Young Adult Fantasy

Radio Silence  by Alice Oseman

Radio Silence

Genre: Young Adult Contemporary

The Women in the Castle by Jessica Shattuck

The Women in the Castle

Genre: Historical Fiction

Saga, Vol. 7 by Brian K. Vaughan & Fiona Staples

Saga, Vol. 7

Genre: Comic books

Almost Missed You  by Jessica Strawser

Almost Missed You

Genre: Young Adult Suspense

How to Be a Bawse: A Guide to Conquering Life by Lilly Singh

How to Be a Bawse: A Guide to Conquering Life

Genre: Nonfiction

It Happens All the Time by Amy Hatvany

It Happens All the Time

Genre: Fiction

Vigilante by Kady Cross

Vigilante

Genre: Young Adult Contemporary

The Twelve Lives of Samuel Hawley by Hannah Tinti

The Twelve Lives of Samuel Hawley

Genre: Fiction

Just a Girl  by Carrie Mesrobian 

Just a Girl

Genre: Young Adult Contemporary

Dear Sweet Filthy World by Caitlin R. Kiernan

Dear Sweet Filthy World

Genre: Horror/Short Stories

Top 5 Fictional Jobs I’d Want to Have

1) Magizoologist (Fantastic Beasts)

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How cool would it be to travel the world studying magical creatures? If I was a magizoologist, I think I’d specialize in studying different dragon breeds.

2) Quidditch Player (Harry Potter)

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I’m really not that athletic but if it was possible to play Quidditch and fly around on a broom, I would definitely want to be a professional player. I’d probably want to be a beater and play for the Holyhead Harpies (Ginny Weasley’s team!)

3) Auror (Harry Potter)

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I don’t know if I’d make a good Auror or not but I think it would be quite challenging to be a dark wizard catcher.

4) Jedi/Sith Lord (Star Wars)

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I don’t think there’s a Star Wars fan out there who hasn’t fantasized about being a Jedi. But while it would be the right thing to do to fight for the Light side – a part of me feels the call to the Dark. Is that any surprise? My favorite characters are always the villains. No matter what side I was on, my lightsaber would be purple.

5) Rebel pilot (Star Wars)

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I just really want to fly, okay? And how cool would it be to get to fly across the galaxy?

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