It is week 3 of the Summer Blogger Promo Tour! I hope you guys have been having as much fun reading these guest posts as I have been! Today I have Stefani from Caught Read Handed!
Hi, everyone! My name is Stefani, and I’m the blogger behind Caught Read Handed. When Mariah asked me if I’d like to write a post about something I’d love to recreate from a book if I had unlimited resources, my mind went wild with ideas. Should I build my own Hogwarts? My own Batmobile? My own time machine? The possibilities are endless and I could list ideas forever and ever.
But I had to pick ONE. Somehow, I had to pick one. I decided to go with a teleportation device. I haven’t chosen one from a single book, but teleportation shows up in fiction from as far back as the original Aladdin tale (probably even way before that) to now, in books like Harry Potter, Jumper, The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, Star Trek, and a million other books.
I’ve been lucky enough to be a worldwide traveler; not only have I been to about ¾ of the States, but I’ve also been to Scotland, England, Ireland, Spain, and Italy. Because of this, I have friends from all over the world. How cool would it be to be instantly transported to a pub in Scotland to hang out with my best friend or to that beach in Spain that I loved so much or to Chicago to visit family? It’d be amazing to step onto a platform and find myself in a place I’ve never been before but always wanted to see like Reykjavik or Thailand? I’m a wanderer through and through and I love visiting new places and meeting new people and exploring the world.
If I had unlimited resources, I would hands down build a teleporter. I’d pay the smartest scientists in the world whatever they wanted to develop that technology. Plus, I wouldn’t be stingy with my teleporter. You’d all be able to use it too! Come with me to China or Seattle or Hawaii or wherever. Let’s go!
Thanks so much for having me, Mariah!
What a cool idea! Here is more about Stefani!
Hi! My name is Stefani, and I’m a mismatched socks, overflowing bookshelves, pot of coffee a day, Sonic Screwdriver, paint all over my fingers, rock-paper-scissors-lizard-Spock kind of girl with alopecia. I have a master’s degree in Publishing Studies from the University of Stirling in Scotland. I am a Youth Services Specialist at a library in Mississippi. I also work remotely as a publicity assistant for a publisher and write reviews of books, comics, and TV shows for WatchPlayRead. When I’m not doing one of those things, I can be found with my nose in a book. If it wasn’t clear enough already: I love books.