If you could pick a fictional story from a novel to actually live out, which would it be and why?
MacKenzie Elliot, the photographer in the book, Visions in White, by Nora Roberts.
I love taking pictures, most of my life they have been of nature. Lately, I have discovered that, I enjoy lingering around people and taking candid shots, moving about the room silently clicking away. My biggest inspiration is little children, I could photograph them all day.
Being a wedding photographer is the ultimate dream, to capture the fairy tale moments of every girls most important day. MacKenzie is shown in her real life and on the set, so to speak. I really can relate to how Nora covers all the action so realistically and shows not only the glamour, but hard work of the profession.
For me, I know it's a bit of a cliche answer, but I think the Harry Potter world would just be amazing. Yes, I understand that there are a lot of problems in the world, but I mean just imagine flying around on a broom, using a wand, experimenting with spells!
I think it would just be so amazing, and I would love to sit under the sorting hat and be sorted, to me, such an interesting world, and interesting story to be a part of.
How do you choose between them all?! Can I cheat? I'd like to be able to dip in and out of a few using something like Willy Wonka's great glass elevator. I'd live in the world of Harry Potter for the rest of my life if I could, as long as I was a witch and not a muggle; but only if I could now and then pop over to Jane Austenland, to live the life of Emma Woodhouse as often as I liked. And then I'd also need to take a few trips to Avonlea to play with Anne Shirley at Green Gables, because that island at that time seems to have been absolutely idyllic. But the Regency world that WM Thackeray's characters inhabit in Vanity Fair is also very appealing, being rather different from the world that Austen's characters live in, so I'd like to go there too.
No scary places for me thanks. Only nice ones. I mean, Voldemort's pretty scary, but you've got to love him really, poor abandoned orphan.
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