I saw this tag on Not-so-modern-girl’s blog recently, and I thought I’d give it a go, anyone can join in. This tag is all about who you would invite to a literary dinner party, so I’d better be careful who I invite or it cause turn into one massive food fight!
A character who can cook/likes to cook
Alice from Recipe for Life by Nicky Pellegrino
A character who has money to fund the party
Sir Gabriel Courtenay from The Blue had lots of money and very good taste, so he could definitely fund it
A character who might cause a scene
Juliette from The Perfect Girlfriend, who knows how she’d behave at this party?
A character who is funny/amusing
Inspector Montalbano from Andrea Camilleri‘s crime series of the same name. I haven’t read his books for ages but they always make me laugh out loud.
A character who is super social/popular
Bel Hailstone from Martinis & Memories she’d be able to get the party going
Captain Hook he’d be a charming villain who’d know how to behave, and would be a very interesting dinner guest
One couple (doesn’t have to be romantic)
Todd & Sophie from The Little Brooklyn Bakery 😀
Jane Thynne’s Clara Vine, the English actress turned spy set in 1930s Berlin
An under-appreciated character
Fanny Gregory in The Wedding Diary (especially the audiobook), she made me giggle all the way through the book and would be an interesting character to have around the table
One character of your choosing
Jo-jo from Step Back In Time by Ali McNamara, she’d have some fantastic tales from her time travelling experiences.