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These tasty little morsels are delicious and if you can trust yourself not to eat the entire bag at one time, it’s a great way to give yourself a treat. Another thing I enjoy about these scrumptious treats is that each one is individually wrapped in a beautiful red foil. Inside that foil you find an inspiring phrase like the one above (and to the right).
I especially like the phrase on this wrapper – ‘Ignite your sense of adventure.’ I think it’s perfect for book lovers. Just think about it…….every time you open a book, you’re going on an adventure. By turning those pages (or listening to an audio), you are igniting the fantasy of the adventure. What’d you think?
This brings me to my questions (for writers and readers alike). Have you ever read a story where the characters have no names? Nowhere in the story is a name mentioned involving the main characters.
Is that possible to have such a story? What would be the disadvantages/problems with such a story? What would be the advantages other than not having to come up with names? Would it give the reader more freedom to be involved in the story, feel they were the characters? Would it really be a story if it was told through the thoughts of one of the characters?
Well as you can tell, I think I’ve had too much chocolate and my mind is wandering in crazy directions. Thanks so much for stopping by today and I hope you’ll share your thoughts on this. If you’ll excuse me now I think there is a tiny red foiled square calling me.
Hi, I'm Mason Canyon and I love reading and that is why I do reviews. I post them here, as well as several other sites such as Goodreads, Amazon and Barnes & Noble. If you are an author who would like for me to review your book or you would like to guest blog here, please contact me at email@example.com These reviews are done for the love of a good book, not for monetary rewards.