I have mentioned before that I’m a huge fan of the TV show Psych. It’s a comedic detective series where the lead character pretends he is psychic when in reality he is just very observant. I found this tag on YouTube and knew I needed to do it. This tag was created by Lily Word Weaver. Head over and check out her original tag when you’re down reading my answers.
1. Shawn Spencer – A Character you would hate to meet in real life, but love on the page
The Darkling. Because like duh, I love him as a villain. But I feel no need to put my life in danger by trying to meet him. Assuming that I could travel to a fictional world. But yeah just saying. I like being alive.
2. Gus: Your favorite supporting character
Cheating and pulling out good ole Harry Potter. My favorite supporting characters are Fred & George followed by Luna.
3. Juliet O’Hara: Your favorite strong female character
While Kami isn’t my all time favorite (because I don’t want to answer the same thing for every tag) I’ll say that she is one of my favorites to read about. She is a fighter with sass. She tells you what she’s thinking, admits when she makes mistakes, and is just a really great friend. I love these books and you should check them out.
4. Lassiter: A book or character you started out hating but ended up loving
I hated this series as a whole in the beginning due to Simon and Clary. But eventually Simon chilled out and I fell in love with Isabelle. Now I’m a decent fan of this series. Still not like my die hard but it is one I enjoy reading.
5. Chief Vick: A book that challenged you but you ended up enjoying
Yep. I know it’s been talking about a lot but this book left a powerful impression on me. If you can, please read this book.
6. Henry Spencer: Your favorite Parent Child Relationship
In lieu of saying THUG again I’m going with the The Pants Project. I really thought the two mom’s in this book were great examples of how parents should be treating their kids and engaging with them. I loved them both so much.
7. American Duos: A favorite book based on a previous work of literature or pop culture
This is a giant fairy tale cross over similar to once upon a time. It’s like a bunch of fairy tales are mashed together into one great story. It’s a middle grades read but I really enjoyed it.
8. I’ve heard it both ways: A book you hold an unpopular opinion on
So many people love this book so much and it helped them in their time of need. But I just can’t get behind it. It glorifies suicide and the only discussion of mental health care is the recommendation for the suicide prevention hotline at the back. Also, I get that Hannah was bullied and those people’s actions affected her. But her sending out those tapes was also a form of bullying. Just saying. If you loved this book then please continue to love it. I however can’t condone it.
I hope you guys are having a wonderful day. Let me know in the comments if you are also a fan of psych. And maybe your favorite episode.