Friday, October 30, 2015

Which Literary Monster Are You?

So tomorrow is Halloween.

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It's my favorite holiday, but this year, I'll be dressing up as a housekeeper as I do my laundry and clean my house for the upcoming Christmas Season.

At midnight, I'll be in front of my computer, typing up 1667 words for my NaNoWriMo novel. We'll talk about that another time.

Today's post is a fun quiz, courtesy of Grammarly, for you all to try:

                                                  Which Literary Monster Are You?

Here are my results:

Pennywise is only one manifestation of the terrifyingly adaptable alien monster It. The title character of Stephen King's "It" has the ability to morph into any number of beings in order to lure in victims and to appropriately terrify them prior to feasting. It is most horrifically remembered as the disturbing clown Pennywise, who would draw children close to him with this disguise before attacking the innocents.

This result is funny since I'm terrified of clowns and IT was the most terrifying book I've ever read. I'm sure there's some kind of psychological link between the quiz result and my inner fears.

In any case, I'm curious which 'monsters' read my blog, so be sure to share your results in the comments.

Have a Happy Halloween!


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