I saw this post over on My Bookish Dream and liked the questions so I stole it to do it!
1. Have an unlimited money for Ebooks, or a 5,000 dollar B&N gift-card?
As I prefer to read physical books and I don’t read or buy so many books, I think the $5000 gift card, if it had no expiry date, would be perfect for me.
2. Meet any deceased poet, or J.K. Rowling?
I love Harry Potter, but I really can’t imagine what I would really say to her. I also don’t read poetry. However, I’d rather meet a deceased poet as they could give me a refresher course on how to read poetry, insight into whether they actually write all the symbolism stuff English class makes you look for or that is just extra bonus to the writing, how they write poetry, some other people’s works to read, etc, etc. It would be an interesting conversation I think.
3. Write the world’s most famous book, or visit the world of your favourite book for one day?
Tough one, because if I wrote a famous book it would be famous for being bad, but I would be rich. However, to pick just one world would be hard, then you would have to return and the world I think I would pick would be interesting but possibly deadly. But I love to travel, so visit the Land of Tortall!
4. Choose ______ or ______ ? (Insert characters from your favourite fictional love triangle.)
I actually don’t have a favourite love triangle since most are obvious from the start and I almost never oppose the author’s pick of couple. EXCEPT IN ONE VERY TERRIBLE OCCASION.
5. Experience Hogwarts in a very realistic and accurate virtual reality, or travel around the world for a year, at no cost.
Travel. VE is just not the same as going and experiencing all the places. Also at no cost I would hire a private chauffeur to get to see all the places.