Hello lovely readers! I am here doing Mini Challenge #1 for the Love-A-Thon hosted by Alexa, Cee, Hazel, and Mel!
Mini Challenge #1 is Mix and Match! The goal is to mash up a non-bookish hobby/passion/fandom with your bookish life!
So because I also enjoy playing video games in my free time and am pretty much in love with the Legend of Zelda franchise AND have a small passion for photography, this is what I came up with.
Okay, so obviously since I like photography, I took a picture. Maybe not a beautiful picture, but I was kind of shaky when I took it so this was the best non-blurry photo I got! I'm not a fantastic editor yet, but I tried!
The books I chose are just books that I can vaguely connect to the Legend of Zelda story.
In Snow Like Ashes, Meira is chased from her kingdom by a sinister evil and has to take it back with the help of a brave hero. Mather or Theron could work as the hero, they both helped, right?
In The Kiss of Deception, Lia flees from an arranged marriage (which is not really following the LoZ storyline, but bear with me). She is pursued by a prince who wants to save her and an assassin who is set to kill her. Granted, Link is not a prince and Ganondorf is not an assassin, but they both kind of pursue her! Link to save her, Ganondorf to steal her piece of the triforce. Once he gets that, I'm sure he wouldn't be opposed to killing her.
See, pretty vague, but again, I tried.
Since you can't see all the games featured, I shall tell you what they are if you are curious:
Also, I have that lovely plant in the photo, I have really been liking the whole idea of gardening. I think that's gonna end up being a new hobby of mine. I have a bunch of succulent plants that I bought this past summer and I've only killed one of them! And I snatched this plant from my grandma's house when she moved this last year and it's STILL ALIVE! So I'm probably gonna try harder to plant a garden this year. Since I've proven that I can keep things alive, you know.
Do you share any of the same non-bookish hobbies as I do? Let's talk about them!