THE LOST PLANET blog hop, Prompt #2

Crew member Brunhilde the Black-Hearted (Rachel Searles) has a book coming out on January 28th. It's an upper middle-grade novel called THE LOST PLANET, about a boy who wakes up on planet Trucon with no memory and a blaster wound to the back of his head. (Oooooh) We're giving away FIVE copies at the end of the month. The drawing is based on participation on the site, so the more you participate in things like our Reading Mutiny and Word Sprints, the more entries you can earn.


To help increase your chances of winning a signed copy of THE LOST PLANET, we're hosting a blog hop! Participants in the blog hop will be entered in a giveaway that is separate from our monthly giveaway, and the winner will get a signed copy of THE LOST PLANET plus TLP swag.  See the first prompt (and details on how to participate) here.

Prompt #2:

In THE LOST PLANET, the story begins with a main character who has lost his memory. Have you ever thought about what would it be like to lose your memory? How would it affect your family and friends? What you'd find the most frustrating?

For this prompt you can either blog about what you think the experience of losing your memory would be like (what would be hardest/easiest, the pros and cons), or write a short story about a character who has lost his/her memory.

Respond to the prompt on your blog, then share the link so we can check it out. We'll post your links here so that everyone can visit your site.

Thanks for participating!