Over the (many) years so many of you have written in: requesting books, sharing stories of favorite books, giggling about characters, and/or talking about what a weenie Victor Frankenstein is. (Now we can add Willoughby to that club.)
With that in mind,
*****please send audio*****
if you can (or email and we'll get someone to read it for you) to CraftLIt (how to do it appears at the bottom of this page).
For your audio submission, you can pick from these three options:
Option 1) "vote" for a character or author in… well pretty much any category you can come up with—we'll give you a start but you're CERTAINLY NOT limited to the following:
• The winner of the award for Author or Character Most Likely to be Beaten With a Parasol goes to. . .
• The winner of the award for Character Most Likely to be Impaled with a Knitting Needle goes to. . .
• The winner of the award for Author or Character Most Likely to be Invited for Tea goes to. . .
• The winner of the award for Author or Character Most Likely to be caught in a _______(cotton mill machine, two-dimensional world, carriage with no money, etc.) goes to. . .
• The winner of the award for Author or Character Most Likely to (your turn!) goes to. . .
Think of your personal winners in these (or whatever) category tickles your fancy, then send Heather the audio of You "announcing" the "winner" in your chosen category. How to send appears below.
Option 2) share your fave book/story/poem by title, read a beloved snippet to us, then CraftLit-ize it a bit and let us know what is it about that text that made you love it so? *****
Option 3) send what you want—audio or email—in celebration of us hitting the big four-oh-oh.
We're easy that way.
The whole process could easily take as little as 5 minutes and it would just tickle me pink to get to hear *your* thoughts. No pressure, but I'd love to fill out the episode with nearly-zero input from me.
Sure hope so!
And thank you for being so awesome. You make the world (the whole world, but especially mine) a better place.
***** wIth the caveat that we all understand that if we asked you the same question tomorrow you’d have a different answer. We get that.
CLICK "CONTINUE" to find out how to participate!