Goodnight Tweetheart by: Teresa Medeiros

Abby is a character who I find easy to relate to because she is a writer who is quite to fall in love. This book may have a different layout than what you’re used to but it’s worth a read. I have to say that this book did have a twist I really wasn’t expecting at all.

SPOILERS duh

 

 

 

 

  1. Do you believe in love at first sight? Or first tweet?

 

Like Abby, I would be skeptical at first, of course. I don’t think it’s possible to spot someone out of a crowd and feel like you’re meant to be with them, this is a little unrealistic. And just like this book proves, you shouldn’t believe everything you see, or read I suppose.

 

  1. Does life being finite give us even more reason to celebrate every moment of it?

 

Of course. But it’s important to be calm and relax too. This whole ‘fear of missing out’ mentality can be very harming. It’s important to not compare yourself to others so much but to do what YOU want to do because YOU want to. Don’t do things for an instagram photo do things based on what’s in your heart and what you want.

 

  1. Do you believe that social media sites like Facebook and Twitter enhance intimacy or make it more difficult to achieve?

 

Dating is a different world now let me tell you. Social media has made this generation much more jealous. Now, with the tap of a finger, you can see exactly where people are, what they are doing and (most importantly) what they’re thinking. It’s important to talk face to face with your significant other because texting creates a wall that is hard to get through. It’s important to draw lines on social media and to know what to post and what not to post. There are things that should be said face to face and not over text.

 

(questions taken from book)

3/5 overall

 

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i write lame poems that no one really reads

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