Monday, March 1, 2010

Impromptu Mondays

I'm Prompt U!

Mirror Mirror . . .




You've received an anonymous gift through the mail and it turns out to be a mirror. It can lead you into any novel written by any author in any time frame. Which book would you choose and what would you take with you?

9 comments:

  1. Ha! Fun! I'd always choose hmm, maybe The Wandering Fire, second book in the Fionavar Tapestry ~ what I'd take with me? A notebook so I could jot down all the awesome things I'd see and hear, smell and touch! ♥

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  2. Ooh, I know you really like that book. I think it's about time that I read that book, hu????

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  3. Wow, there's so many to choose from. But since I'm a writer, I think I'd like to step into one of my own books. I'd love to actually be there, meet my characters, talk to them and find out more about them. I'd love go for a walk in their world and experience what they do every day. I think that would make me a better writer and would definitely make the book better. Am I being selfish? Hmm...and what would I take with me? I think I'm with Ali on that one. I'd have something to jot notes down with. Great post Liz.

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  4. I agree. I'd love to go into my own and have my own adventure. I don't want to see someone else having a romance. I'd want that to be me! Ha! Fun idea.

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  5. Christine! How wonderful! I think choosing your own story is excellent! I've often thought of which story I'd take a trip to that I've written. I like how you'd take Ali. That would be most fun!

    Hey, Melissa! That would be so much fun, especially with the romance part!! ;)

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  6. Hmmm. Hard choice. I think I'd choose Pride and Prejudice and take my ball gown.

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  7. Definitely Narnia and I'd take my camera.
    Michelle Teacress :)

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  8. Angie! How fun!! That would be wonderful! I'd go with you!

    Michelle, Narnia would be quite an adventure. Wow, your camera, hu? That's great! :)

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  9. I would go into Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. And definitely a camera!

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