Saturday, February 16, 2013

The DMS Wants to Know!



Monday's Riddle was enveloped in mystery, and Lizzy's review of Regarding the Fountain by Kate Klise was a case wrapped up in letters. Thursday on Top of the Heap, we enjoyed telling you about our ideal post, and Friday, it was great to learn a little more about Elisa Carbone, author of the historical middle grade adventure Blood on the River: James Town 1607. Today, we want to hear from you!

The DMS wants to know: If you could write a letter to any fictional character and have them respond, who would you choose? Why?

We'll tell you ours, if you tell us yours!

32 comments:

  1. Hmm... there are a lot of characters I love and relate to so this is a hard one. Maybe Percy Jackson. I would love to write to him about what's going on in the demigod world and if he'll invite me on an adventure sometime (;

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    1. Adriana- I want a lot of letters, too! Percy is an awesome pick! ~L

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  2. Guess I would ask the old lady in Titanic why she threw that ignominious "priceless" gem in the hallowed ocean grave of her beloved lover...I was thinking that huge jewel could have choked a whale.

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    1. Anna- I always wondered about that, too! Let me know if you hear. :) ~L

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  3. Peter Pan. I want to know how much longer I have to wait for him to fly in my window.

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    1. Leslie- What a fun pick! I love Peter Pan! :) ~L

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  4. What can I say? It would have to be Snape. I so love his character.

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    1. Donna- Snape is fascinating! Great choice! ~L

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  5. Georgina from the famous five to ask if there is any possibility of visiting Kirrin cottage and having tea with Aunt Fanny and Uncle Quentin.

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    1. Barbara- I still need to read this series! I loved hearing what you would want to know. :) ~L

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  6. Great question--there are so many. I suppose I'd have to stick to my favorite book and go with Gandalf. I'd try to pry loose some of his secrets, although I doubt he'd spill the beans!

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    1. Greg- Thanks for sharing your thoughts with us! Gandalf is an excellent choice. Good luck getting those secrets. :) ~L

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    Congratulations!

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    1. Alex- Thank you so much for your kind words and the award. :) We always love to hear from you. ~L

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  8. What a great question! I would write a letter to Jason Bourne. I would want to know if he ever found peace. The Bourne Identity is one of my all-time favorite books and I love Jason Bourne. So much suspense, mystery, subterfuge, I want to know! Thanks for another great post.

    Paul R. Hewlett

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    1. Paul- What a fascinating choice! I haven't seen the movies yet, but the books sound awesome based on your comment. Thanks for sharing your thoughts. :) ~L

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  9. Uhm. That is a though question! Ahh. But oh. Maybe Po from Graceling. Since he is my favorite character ever, and I would love to ask him a whole bunch of things <3

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    1. Carina- I haven't read Graceling- but I have heard it is wonderful. Thanks for stopping by! :) ~L

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  10. I think that I would write to Katniss Everdeen...or Harry Potter...I would love to know what Harry is doing now!

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    1. Patty- Katniess and Harry- YEAH! Love both of your choices. I want to know what Harry is doing now, too! :) ~L

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  11. Such a hard question! My first thoughts were Anne of GG and Aragorn, but I think I'd write to one of the dragon riders of McCaffrey's PERN - Lessa or Jaxom :)

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    1. Jemi- It is hard to choose! I liked all of your selections. :) ~L

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  12. Recently, as part of the Feature & Follow Friday hop, we had to write a letter to our most favourite book character and I wrote to Severus Snape form JK Rowling's Harry Potter series. In the letter, I just wanted to let him know how much I admire and respect him. But writing to a character and having them respond? Wow. I would then choose Professor Dumbledore form Harry Potter. He left so many questions unanswered and I'd really like him to tell me exactly where my Hogwarts acceptance letter is! ;)

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    1. Sarika- How awesome that you wrote a letter to Snape! Great choice! I think hearing from Dumbledore would be amazing! Thanks for stopping by and sharing your thoughts. :) ~L

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  13. Ooh, this is a toss up for me. Patch from the Hush, Hush series is a fallen angel and probably has so much to say. But I love Percy Jackson and he's been to Mount Olympus and the underworld, so I'd want to talk to him, too.

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    1. Kelly- Fun choices! Percy would be so interesting to talk to! ~L

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  14. Jack Blank from the Jack Blank series. He's a kid superhero! What's not to like?!!!?

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    1. This Kid Reviews Books- I haven't read that series yet- but it sounds fanatastic! Thanks for sharing. :) ~L

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  15. How about Hagar? I love friendly giants.

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  16. Definitely Dream from the Sandman series for me! ~ F

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  17. I would love a letter from Hermione Granger. She is so smart and interesting. I bet she could tell me a lot about Hogwarts and my favorite people. :) ~L

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