Who wants to share their opinions? (2 Questionnaires)

Hello, fellow bloggers!

As many of you know, I’m a student at university currently taking summer courses. One of my classes – anthropology – has a major paper coming up, and I’m gathering information from people (anonymously) within the next few days (until Friday, July 21st).

There are 8 questions (+ 1 personal question at the end that you can decline to answer) on each of the questionnaires. Each of the 8 questions gives a scenario then asks for your opinion on how the person in the situation would most reasonably react.

One person so far has pointed out that it was actually really interesting! Maybe they’re just being nice, but hopefully if you decide to help out, you’ll enjoy it a bit.

Here are the links in order:

Questionnaire #1

Questionnaire #2

Thank you so much for your help! Me and my grade seriously appreciate all the answers I can get, haha.


Reader Reaction: Flame in the Mist

Reader Reaction: Flame in the Mist

Title: Flame in the Mist
Author: Renee Ahdieh
Released: 16 May 2017
Favorite quote: “I think it’s remarkably easy to provoke certain reactions from you.”

Retellings are just about my favorite books to read, so I internally freaked out when I heard that Flame in the Mist was going to be a retelling of Mulan. That combined with the story being set in feudal Japan was all that I needed to want to pick up this book.

The first half of the book lagged terribly for me. If it wasn’t one of my most anticipated reads of 2017, I definitely wouldn’t have finished it in two days. However, I’d heard so many great things about it that I did force myself to push through that first half. After that, it got a lot more interesting.

The plot (at least in this first book) is minimal. There doesn’t seem to be anything intricate going on in the sidelines yet, which is disappointing, but I’m hoping that that will change in the next book.

The characters are captivating, at least. The setting and descriptions are gorgeous, though! If for nothing else, read it for the settings.

I do recommend this, but it hasn’t been even close to one of my favorites of 2017 so far.