Friday, 5 April 2013

E is for Escape and a Giveaway



Escape has different meanings for different characters in Sacrifice Her. For Deidra it means freedom and staying alive. For Lord Brinn it means escaping pain and destruction by bringing Deidra back. To Kale escape is an illusion. He thinks that you have to rise above your problems to solve them.

So what's your definition of escape? What you think of these character's definitions?

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20 comments:

  1. My favorite escape is to just give all my worries to God and going to bed for a rest!

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  2. Lord Brinn's definition of escape is particularly interesting.

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  3. I think 'escape' means different things, according to your circumstances. Kale's is interesting, though.

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  4. I could escape into a bubble bath, lol. But like you said, escape can have different meanings depending on your character. We're all trying to run away from something, and that something can be a person something tangible or, it can be escape from ourselves, a preconceived idea.

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  5. I always pronounce "escape" like Dory does on Finding Nemo, lol. And for me, escape means to forget... if only for a little bit ;)

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  6. I like the different definitions of escape in Sacrifice Her! :D

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  7. Hey, Sheena,
    Sounds like a case of escape being different things to different people. For me, escape is the ability to slip away in my mind.

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  8. Escape is going on vacation! Now I just need to find my way to an ocean.

    Divergent is at the top of my TBR pile. Can't wait to read it.

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  9. Escape is when I get to shut my brain down!

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  10. Escape for my characters mean using a wormhole to leave. Preferably without a trace.

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  11. My escape is when I get to ride a roller coaster and scream my bloody head off with joy.

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  12. My idea of escape is losing myself in a good book and the perfect cup of hot tea... CS Lewis said, "You can never find a book long enough or a cup of tea deep enough for me." Man, can I relate to that! :)

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  13. Escape to me is a good book! So many possibilities. And sometimes fiction is more fun than what's happening in real life. I love your characters different definitions of Escape - it means something different to each of them, and probably to us, too.

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  14. I love how "escape" can mean different things to different people. Good point! :)

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  15. Getting totally caught up in a great book is one of my favorite ways to escape. It was interesting to learn these insights into your characters!

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  16. Escape for me would be dropping everything and living life on the fly, going anywhere, wherever and whenever I want. Well that's one definition of it for me. :)

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  17. Escape, for me, comes from the reading of a good book, to take a step away from the norms of my day to day to experience something dark, fantastic, funny or inspiring.

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  18. Escape, for me, generally means vanishing into a good story, whether one I'm writing or reading, for hours at a time. :)

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  19. For me, escape is temporary freedom found in another (preferably fictional) place or time.

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  20. Escape....hmmmm....well, with 5 kids and one on the way....for me, sometimes, escape means hiding in my bathroom (with the door locked, of course) to finish a book. Or just enjoy the quiet.

    :)

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