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For Readers: Riddles in Fiction

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FOR READERS

Today’s reader topic comes from QSFer Ben Brock:

Why is a raven like a writing desk? Riddles in fiction. How do you feel about them? Do they aid worldbuilding? What are your favorites?

Writers: This is a reader chat – you are welcome to join it, but please do not reference your own works directly. Thanks!

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1 thought on “For Readers: Riddles in Fiction”

  1. The raven used to be a writing desk, until a witch put a spell on it. Or is it the other way around? Seeing what happened drove the Hatter mad. Unless my earlier theory about the Seven for the Dwarf Lords was true. :)

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