Rip it or Ship it Tag

I was tagged by my friend Iman to do the Rip it or Ship it Tag. I decided to pick well-known characters so the majority of the readers would know who I’m talking about. Also, if a character is in multiple books in a series, I showed the cover of the book that the character first appeared in.

Go check out Iman’s blog: https://mugglesandmundanes.wordpress.com/

I tag:

Eve: https://evemessenger.com/

Shallon: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCB-gJIvXj8A-0l6qwrER7ig

Lauren: https://wonderlessreviews.wordpress.com/


The rules:

1.) Write down the names of characters from different books on pieces of paper. You can do as many as you want but I chose to do 7 boys and 7 girls.  Feel free to do the tag and tag me in it, because I would love to do this multiple times!

2.) Put them in a container of your choosing. I used a hat.

3.) Pull out two names at a time and show them to your audience in whatever way you like.

4.) Decision time. Do you ship them or do you want their relationship to die a peaceful/painful death?

Let’s begin!


ROUND 1

Rhysand                and                     Alina

SHIP


ROUND 2

Rowan                    and          Annabeth

RIP


ROUND 3

Finnick                and              Hermione

RIP


ROUND 4

Connor                  and                Lysandra

SHIP


ROUND 5

Cal                         and                     Scarlet

SHIP


ROUND 6

Four                     and                 Eleanor

RIP


ROUND 7

Alby                       and                        June

RIP


-Sean, kingdombookblog

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