Now Suzanne, allow us a peak inside an author’s imagination.
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|Nikolai Petrov (1868-1945)|
I couldn't top that one. Being 'all at sea' most of the time would suit me, too.
Ah ha, trick question. I didn't specify 'author'. Nevertheless, since you evoke happy memories, because I once owned a Ford Prefect, I'll give you that one.
So can I, and you have the best imagination and world building skills to write it. Can't wait to see how you do that.
Agreed, whole heartedly. I knew you'd get that one right.
Another nice answer. I'm running out of ideas to stump you.
8. You can have one pet, real or from your imagination. What would it be? What is its name?
Wait for me! This way! We should be safe here, behind the waterfall.
I like that. 'Knowing how to' escape from Merkaat, for starters. You should patent it.
Well, Rosalie, it's pretty obvious, when it comes to imagination, your muse is firing on all cylinders, just like Merkaat, so I give you...10/10.
My father was born in
While I never got there with my father, I did go to
What a wonderful adventure that must have been for you. What did you love the most?
|Broadfield Home – the cottage where my father was raised|
|Mt Zion Church, Quarriers Village|
You've had some wonderful experiences in your father's homeland, well worth the visits, but your novel is set in 19th century Scotland. That must have required some research.
|Wardhouse – aka Weetshill in A Shadow in the Past.|
I’d like to think that my characters would greet me warmly but it’s difficult to say. I think Sarah would since we’re from the same time. The others would be wary (downright frightened) of my appearance... and heaven help me when I spoke and didn’t have a Scottish accent. I would be a Sassenach for sure.
When a contemporary teen is transported back through time to the Victorian era, she becomes A Shadow in the Past…