Abba, Father, this cup pass from me.
I answered this question here…
But, I can’t leave well enough alone and I’ve attached a copy of a letter because I want those bonus points…
Augustus Waters from The Fault in Our Stars, because he's so awesome and intellegent, and could quote poetry at me. (Then again, he is overly metaphorical.) So either him or the Ninth Doctor.
if i could have any fictional character write me a letter it would be Professor Snape, why? because he's awesome and he figured me out using Legillimency
all right here goes
I know you think you suck at life but actually you don't. I also know this is not very Slytherin of me to tell you this but you're not as screwed up as you think, I've been watching you and i thought you might want to know that even though you have learning difficulties and dyspraxia, you are still a special, unique human being
as for having a nasty piece of work for a father, I can relate to that, mine was almost worse than yours though he never did the one really beastly thing that your father did, he did often attack my mother and i for little to no reason, especially when he was drunk.
he died the day after i completed my mastery in Potions, I went to see him in Azkaban, just so that i could wave my Mastery certificate in his face best decision i ever made!
I'm going to tell you what i told Lily years ago when her sister started calling her all those awful names...
it's not the number of times you get knocked down that counts, it's the number of times you get up, dust yourself off and get back in there that counts more!
don't think that i am preaching because i am not, all i am saying is don't give up, continue to fight for what you believe in.
I reckon I should answer this, seeing as they were my questions. Probably should've thought a little about that when I submitted them, huh?
There was a meme a while back -- I'll have to dig for it -- where you made a list of fictional characters you wanted letters from and your f-list (or anyone, really) fulfilled the requests. I got some interesting responses and rather enjoyed it. I guess that's what inspired this Writer's Block. I'm the sort of person who really wishes I could ask questions of my favorite characters, try to figure out what they're thinking, what we don't see on the screen or in the book.
Impulse answer: Emerson Hauser from the
damn you for cancelling it FOX television series Alcatraz. Of course, I don't see him as being a big letter writer. People like Rupert Giles, Ducky Mallard, John Watson...? Those are the sort to write letters. But, even if it has to be under duress, I'd want correspondence from Emerson. I want to know why certain things happened in his reality, how it happened. He's enigmatic and plays stuff quite close to the vest; the letter would ideally be an account of everything he'd experienced.
Given the nature of my request -- I'm asking Emerson for things I just don't know -- it's not something I feel I can write myself. So much for the bonus question.
No exact reason. I just want a letter from him.