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Quiz: Which “Message In A Bottle” Quote Is For You? | Writer’s Relief

You’re strolling along the water’s edge when, suddenly, you spot a bottle washed up on the beach. Upon closer inspection, you notice a scrap of paper inside! What message is tucked within? At Writer’s Relief, we imagine the best message in a bottle would be something appropriately literary and quotable. Take this fun quiz to discover which “message in a bottle” quote awaits you!

Quiz: Unfold Your “Message in a Bottle” Quote

When you’re feeling overwhelmed, you…

  1. Have a good cry or vent
  2. Indulge in comfort food or activities
  3. Seek out advice
  4. Try to find the silver lining

 

You prefer to travel by…

  1. Automobile
  2. Airplane
  3. Cruise Ship
  4. Train

 

If you were attending a live music event, it would be…

  1. Symphony orchestra
  2. Outdoor music festival
  3. Local bar band
  4. Famous pop star stadium concert

 

Your most productive time of day is…

  1. Early morning
  2. Midday
  3. Early evening
  4. Midnight or later

 

The best superpower to have would be…

  1. Invisibility
  2. Ability to fly
  3. Telekinesis
  4. Super strength

Mostly 1: Here’s the literary quote in your bottle…

“She decided long ago that life was a long journey. She would be strong, and she would be weak, and both would be okay.”— Furthermore by Tahereh Mafi

 

Mostly 2: Here’s the literary quote in your bottle…

“It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye.”— The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

 

Mostly 3: Here’s the literary quote in your bottle…

“Each of us is more than the worst thing we’ve ever done.”— Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson

 

Mostly 4: Here’s the literary quote in your bottle…

“Isn’t it nice to think that tomorrow is a new day with no mistakes in it yet?”— Anne of Green Gables by L. M. Montgomery

 

Question: Which literary quote did you find in your bottle? Tell us in the comments!

2 Comments

  1. Karen Elizabeth Perini

    My ‘Literary’ quote: It is only with the heart that one can see rightly. What is essential is invisible to the eye. (4 #2)

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    • Blog Editor

      Great!

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