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"A Reader Lives a Thousand Lives" George R.R. Martin

Myers-Briggs-Personality-Types

For those of you who love Buzzfeed quizzes about what kind of cheese you are or who is your literary boyfriend, you’ll freak out with this bad boy! I took it a couple of years ago and found that I fit my personality profile to the letter. Which letters, you may ask yourself?

ENFP- The Campaigner

See if this appears to be yours truly:

Extraversion (E), Intuition (N), Feeling (F), Perception (P)

ENFPs are extremely creative and versatile people. They love playing with ideas, spinning off new concepts, and discussing them with other people.

They are charismatic, sociable, and exciting to be with because they always seem to have something new to explore or talk about. Sometimes ENFPs can seem scattered and directionless, and they often have no interest in the mundane details of day-to-day life. They tend to need others to keep them anchored and focused.

ENFPs’ innovation, social skills, and gift for observation make them natural comedians.

ENFP authors are some of the most wildly creative, one-of-a-kind voices in literature.

(Source)

It is important to note that ENFPs make up only 8% of the population… So, I started looking at characters who have these traits. Here they are:

Ahsoka Tano, The Clone Wars

Ariel, The Little Mermaid

Elizabeth FREAKING Bennett, Pride and Prejudice

Genie, Aladdin

Finn, Star Wars

George FREAKING Bailey, It’s a Wonderful Life

Ron Weasley, Harry Potter  

Do you see where I’m going here? No? Ok, that’s cool. I’ll tell you. Since I am now officially done with my MLIS degree, I’ve got TONS of time on my hands. And, I’ve decided to create book recommendations for each of the Myers Briggs Personalities! Mind you, most will be middle school and YA related- but never underestimate the power of YA.

To take the MB personality test, click this link 

Come back and let me know what your personality is. We can dig in and uncover your books, together!

 

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