For those familiar with my blog, gentle reminder that book reviews and comics will resume again in May. Details here.
Hey, everybody! Thank you SO MUCH to everyone who’s participated in #FantasyChat so far this month. When I took this Twitter game on, I had no idea what kind of response I would get. I’ve had a blast reading your answers. The thing that has stuck with me the most is how many of us chose fantasy because of the freedom (and escape from reality) that it provides. So, the May questions are going to hone in on that freedom-loving, reality-bending aspect, at least until my randomness can’t take it anymore and we get more Godzilla questions. Hehe.
If You’re New
Welcome! The FantasyChat hashtag is a month-long Q&A Twitter game. There is no scheduled time to meet, simply find the daily question listed below and answer at your leisure. Be sure to browse other people’s responses and make new friends!
-Don’t forget to add the #FantasyChat hashtag to your Tweets so we can follow along.
-For clarity, don’t forget to number your responses. Either A1 for answer one or D1 for day one is fine.
–Please be respectful.
Here’s the full list of #FantasyChat questions for May:
Day 1: If you lived in a fantasy world, what would you do to get money?
Day 2: Would you rather: a.) have a dragon pet that can’t talk. b.) have a talking dragon friend. c.) become a dragon.
Day 3: Favorite fantasy afterlife?
Day 4: If you had to get arrested on a fantasy world, which would you choose and why?
Day 5: What is a fantasy law or custom that you wish existed where you live?
Day 6: Favorite fantasy culture/race?
Day 7: Favorite fantasy religion?
Day 8: Favorite healer character?
Day 9: Favorite teacher/mentor/wise character? (Does not need to be old or even human!)
Day 10: If you lived in a fantasy world, what would be your preferred mode of transportation?
Day 11: Which specific location in a fantasy novel do you wish you could visit in real life?
Day 12: Do you have a fantasy WIP? Tell us about it!
Day 13: If you were stuck in a dangerous part of a fantasy world, which weapon would you wield?
Day 14: Who is your favorite mother character from a fantasy book?
Day 15: Favorite fantasy costume/outfit/uniform?
Day 16: When you read about a character who is reading a book. Interesting, annoying, mind-blowing, or something else?
Day 17: You get to help a fantasy character pack up their home and move someplace new. Who do you choose? What’s their place like?
Day 18: Favorite fantasy military character?
Day 19: Which fantasy book are you reading now?
Day 20: Which fantasy food or drink do you wish really existed?
Day 21: Most relatable non-adult fantasy character? And the most frustrating one?
Day 22: How would the fantasy book you are reading (or writing) change if the MC was visually impaired or blind?
Day 23: You’re lost in a magical forest and locate a large sack. You reach in and pull out a…
Day 24: Favorite fantasy character siblings?
Day 25: How would the fantasy book you are reading (or writing) change if the civil laws of your area were applied to the MC?
Day 26: Share your social media links and find new fantasy-loving friends!
Day 27: You’re stuck in a fantasy world and come across an abandoned child. The child is a vampire. What do you do?
Day 28: How would the fantasy book you are reading (or writing) change if all of the buildings and non-magical weapons were made out of Legos?
Day 29: Most moving death scene you’ve ever read?
Day 30: You get to visit a fantasy world 100 years before the events of the book or series begin. Which world do you choose?
Day 31: Did you make a new fantasy-loving friend this month? Give them a shout-out!
Thank you so much for stopping by. Please come again soon! *waves*
Wishing you the best,
Ditrie Marie Bowie (née Sanchez) is a Puerto Rican in British Columbia, Canada who writes fiction. She is a member of the Alliance of Independent Authors (ALLi) and co-editor of Strange Stories to Tell in the Park. Bowie is also the creator of the webcomic, This Writer Can’t Draw. A classically trained pianist and former educator, she has lived in three different countries spanning two continents. And she met her spouse in a video game.
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