Thursday, July 31, 2014

This week's fun (and intimidating!) question comes from our friends at YA Highway:

IF YOU WERE TO GET A LITERARY TATTOO, WHAT WOULD IT LOOK LIKE?

Kristan:

Oh man... I wish I were brave and confident enough to get something book-ish inked on me in a beautiful and permanent way! Like a great quote circling my arm as a band, or splayed across the side of my ribcage. But in reality it would probably be something simple, graphic, symbolic. Like a little Mockingjay on my shoulder.

Sarah:

I've wanted a tattoo for the longest time, but the more people I see with them, the less I want. It doesn't seem so unique anymore, I guess? I will say that I LOVE Julie Murphy's WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE tattoo on the inside of her arm. I also really love the ones that look like watercolour paintings... or an image that tells a story like this one (Jump Off by Matthew Amey).

Ingrid:

I am drawn to tattoos that are very simple -- black ink and in the shape of a hibiscus or a sun. I know, kind of generic. But if I were to get a literary tattoo, it'd probably be a quote that wrapped around my wrist or ankle. Deciding on which quote... now that would be difficult!

You:

Join in the fun by leaving your answer in the comments here, at YA Highway, on your own blog, or on Twitter (and be sure to use the hashtag #roadtripwednesday!).

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