Making Waves with the Waterwitch Babes #6: Magical Cities



Making Waves is a weekly question feature created by the Waterwitch Babes (part of Susan Dennard’s Truthwitch Street Team).  Every Thursday, we’ll have a fun question that all are welcome to answer on their blog.  Anyone can join! The questions will be random and/or relate to the upcoming book Truthwitch by Susan Dennard.  A linky is provided so that everyone can link up their post and participate in the fun!

To participate, we do ask that you use the Making Waves banner in your post and link back to the Waterwitch Babes blog.  

This week’s question:

Where do you live?  What is magical about your city for you?

I live in a small town outside of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. While I am sure it seems more magical to people who do not live here, there are some really cool aspects about the place I live. For instance, my town is often referred to as “The Royal City,” because the Scottish designer of the town named our city after a British royal family. I have always found this quite magical. As well, many of the streets and buildings in the centre of town are older and made of limestone, which really gives the sense of a European setting. Another really cool fact is that the war poem, In Flanders Fields, was written by a native of the Royal City, John McCrae. We are very proud of this fact and his birthplace and home is a gorgeous museum and place for many Remembrance Day activities.



Next week’s question:

Happy Halloween! Feature something spooky and Truthwitch themed!


Don’t forget that #ClanChat is happening on Twitter this Sunday October 25th at 12:00pm! We will be chatting and fangirling about all things Witchlander and Truthwitch. Hope to see you there!

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