Paper Towns #readersacrosstheworld Project: Week 2 with Meagan from The Book Forums!

Hello people! *Waves to the people* You are all probably looking at your computer wondering who this strange person is who hijacked your favorite blog, but never fear super Meagan is here!

Yeah I’m sorry about that… but in all seriousness, I am here to talk about a book that is very close to my heart and that has introduces me to a lot of important things in my life— Legend by Marie Lu! Now I want you all to imagine a tall, awkward, frizzy-haired seventh grader— that was me. This seventh grader doesn’t have the most friends and kind of feels like and outcast, but all of the sudden she finds something great… BOOKS! First it was The Hunger Games but then that seventh grader needed more! One day she was surfing the Amazon when she came upon the book series known as Legend! The seventh grader became addicted to this new series and it led her to more and more books and eventually led her to starting her own Bookstagram page.

I’m going to stop talking about myself in third person now to say that Legend led me into this amazing world of books and word of book blogging. I would not be the reader I am today without that book and please go check it out if you haven’t yet!
Along with books, a lot of places have had a huge impact on my life! I live in Louisiana and not far from my house there is a water park called Blue Bayou and Dixie Landin! This is a decent sized family park with certain rides so old that you’re scared that they’re going to collapse, and this place holds a special place in my heart! I grew up always looking forward to what ride they were going to build for the new season. I have so many memories of waiting to be tall enough to ride the taller slides and coaster (yes there’s only one). This parks launched my love of theme parks and roller coasters and I just don’t know where I’d be without it!

Well that’s it from me (AWWW, I know, you don’t want me to go…) but sadly I have got to go.
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