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Halloween Blog Crawl: Costume #4

It’s time, it’s time! The next round of the Halloween game Bookish Creation and I are hosting for you – time for costume four already! If you don’t know what this is all about, you can head over here and read the first post that explains everything concerning the “Halloween Blog Crawl” in detail (including how you can take part in the game and win an interview on her and my blog!).


“Usually I am mending pots and kettles, so you could call me a tinker of my folk.

Because I am so tiny, I can only hold one feeling at a time, and…usually, that is anger. I’m also very often jealous, vindictive, inquisitive, ill-tempered and spoiled, but to my best friend and companion, I am kind and helpful. You probably won’t understand my speech, unless you are familiar with the language of the fairies. For all the others, my voice sounds like the tinkling of a bell.

If I sprinkle some of my special dust on you, I can make you fly… if I want to!

Who am I?”

a) Susan Pevensie from C. S. Lewis’s The Chronicles of Narnia series
b) Tinkerbell from  J. M. Barrie’s 1904 play Peter Pan
c) The Queen of Hearts from Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carrol
d) Dorothy from The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum

Don’t forget to head over to Bookish Creation and check out her posts to find out who she dressed up as, too! (You can also find the form to take part in the giveaway there.)

I hope you have a lot of fun playing!

Happy Halloween!


P.S. Special thanks to Bookish Creation for creating these wonderful, halloweeny GIFs! Aren’t they so cute (um I meant spooky!!)?!?


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