— In which famous novel would you want to be (temporarily) a character? Which character?
Hmmm… That’s another tough one. (Who comes up with these topics, anyway?) LOL! I don’t really have a “favorite” character, hero or heroine.
I’ll probably be run out on a rail in today’s “liberated” female world, when I admit I would love to be Snow White or Cinderella (if they count for this question) when they get their prince and live Happily Ever After.
Ahh… It’s sad to say the “prince” does not seem to actually exist in the real world, but one can dream, can she not?
I’ve been in search of that HEA all my life. And now with my pending publication, I’ve made my own HEA!
On the other hand, I do not like to read about heroines who do stupid things and make such decisions (although I have). But I’ve TRIED to be strong! I do not like to read about wimpy heroes, either.
After reading Iris’ post on who she’d like to be, I guess it’s okay for me to want to be a hero instead of heroine. In that case, though I know it’s not “famous,” yet, I’d like to be my current hero in CONNECTIONS, The Trilogy. He is an age-old supernatural magician, and is the Master of his domain, where there is only one (the villain) who is more powerful than he is.
The heroine and the third main character in my plot challenge him at every turn. LOL!
I do not think I have answered today’s question very well (if at all), but at least I pondered on it and made a few stabs in the dark!
If you could be any character, real or fictitious, who would you be and why?
Romance through the mists of time,
Love through the dimensions of reality
Watch for the CONNECTIONS Trilogy, coming soon
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