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30-Day Challenge!

Amy Leibowitz books challenge reading

Today, it’s my turn to ask the questions. Here’s my challenge to you for the month of June: find a creative way to answer the following.

That could be in the form of discussing it with the people in your household or your colleagues via Zoom meeting. Draw a picture or a diagram. Build a model. Do a vlog. Write a blog post or essay.

Share your responses via your social media, and tag us so we can share them too!

  1. What’s your favorite literary genre and why?
  2. What makes a compelling story? What takes away from it?
  3. What makes you pick up a book?
  4. If you could take a time machine back 10 years, what would you tell your past self?
  5. What do you hope people say about you after you’re gone?
  6. Which author(s) have inspired you? In what ways?
  7. Tell us about your favorite literary character(s).
  8. How does culture inform storytelling?
  9. What cultural value do you see in storytelling?
  10. How do you hope to influence other people in positive ways?
  11. What do you wish people knew about you?
  12. What are some of your favorite literary themes?
  13. What tropes do you enjoy reading?
  14. What are some stereotypes of your favorite literary genre?
  15. What are you passionate about?
  16. What do you consider to be your best accomplishment?
  17. What do you see yourself doing in another 1, 5, and/or 10 years?
  18. What are some of your hobbies? What do you enjoy about them?
  19. Where do you look for creative inspiration?
  20. What do you use to immerse yourself in a story (music, visuals, etc.)?
  21. What subjects would you never read or write about?
  22. Are there topics or issues you wish were more common in books?
  23. What is one subject you would really like to tackle in a story or see an author take on?
  24. What are some of your favorite writing resources?
  25. What advice would you give to today’s youth?
  26. Have you attended any online conferences? What did you like? What could’ve been better?
  27. Are there any types of scene you find hard to read or write (action, love, death, etc.)?
  28. What do you do when you feel creatively stuck)?
  29. How do you handle a situation that doesn’t go as you planned?
  30. How do you think this time of isolation will factor into storytelling in the near or far future?

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