Thursday, 19 April 2018

A to Z Challenge: Q is for Questions

Can you believe we're already at the letter "Q" for the Blogging From A to Z Challenge?  Not sure what the challenge is about? Click here for the deets, or here for my theme reveal. And of course, you're welcome to read my past posts—starting with the letter "A" here.

Also, if you haven't read my "C is for canola" post, you should—you could WIN a set of all 15 of the Superman Duffy graphic novels, signed by the author. (We've already given away three sets! Don't miss out on yours....scroll down for another chance to WIN!)

Q is for Questions

Did you know that the very first book in the Superman Duffy graphic novel—Fields of Homewas inspired by the letter "Q?" Well, sort of...

Actually, it was written to answer some of the QUESTIONS people were asking about canola. Like, when and where was it first planted? What is rapeseed and how did it become canola? What can you make from canola besides oil? How does canola grow? What are farmers in Alberta doing to manage soil, water, and pests?

If you've read any of the graphic novels, you'll find the answers to these questions woven into the story—and believe me, "cartoon me" has been on some exciting adventures. Like that one time, I went back in time to meet the first Canadian canola farmer.

If you haven't read the books (or even if you have!), you may have some questions—and today is your day to ask them. In fact, I encourage you to ask away. Because every person who asks a question from today until Monday—either in the comments of this post or via email—will be entered into a draw to WIN a full set of the Superman Duffy graphic novels. That's right, this is your THIRD chance to WIN.

What are you waiting for? Go ahead and ASK.

Gotta jet! But I'll be back later for your questions—and tomorrow for the letter "R!"

~ Chase Superman Duffy

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