A to Z Challenge – Letter I

The letter I wasn’t easy for me, but eventually, I went with the word ISLAND. A floating island, to be precise, because, of course, there are floating islands in speculative fiction.

Don’t you wish you lived on a floating island?

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9 Responses to A to Z Challenge – Letter I

  1. Floating island. I’d love to be the queen of one. But I’d be afraid to fall off. Do you think floating islands are going places? Love this cover.

  2. I like the idea of a floating island that is connected to other floating islands, like a chain of them, so that they can drift here and there but not drift away entirely on their own.

  3. ahtdoucette says:

    I did island too! Total agreement, of course there are floating islands in speculative fiction. There would be a great dream world to live in. Love the colors.

  4. I really like the idea of floating islands – and your cover.

  5. Anne Nydam says:

    Floating islands are definitely awesome, my fellow I-for-Island person! =)
    Black and White: I for Isles

  6. jazzfeathers says:

    This is one of my favourite so far 🙂
    I especially like the combination of colours.

    The Old Shelter – The Great War

  7. Steph W says:

    I love stories with floating islands! I’m not sure I would live on one, though.

  8. Ronel Janse van Vuuren says:

    Love the image.

    Ronel visiting for the A-Z Challenge with an A-Z of Faerie: Different Imps in Folklore

  9. jlennidorner says:

    Woooo! I for Island! 🏝 Scavenger hunt item found!!! Thank you.

    It’s hard to believe the alphabet part of the blogging challenge is over for 2021. Down to the after survey, reflections, and the “road trip” sign-up.
    Plus, I’m taking part in the Bout of Books read-a-thon in May. So much excitement!
    J Lenni Dorner (he/him 👨🏽 or 🧑🏽 they/them) ~ Co-host of the #AtoZchallenge, OperationAwesome6 Debut Author Interviewer, Reference& Speculative Fiction Author

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