Eleven random things about me.
- I’m as annoying as hell.
- I like to be left alone most of the time.
- I love tacos
- I cry at happy and sad movies
- Going to movies is the best sporting event ever.
- I’m allergic to cats and horses.
- I love a good nap.
- I love a bad nap.
- I like being me.
- If I could go back and fix anything in my life I wouldn’t. Everything happens for a reason. Let it be.
- In my next life I’m going to be a ballerina.
Here are my lucky bloggers. Congratulations and here are your questions.
My 11 Questions for the 11 Lucky Nominees:
- In which room of your house do you feel the most comfortable writing?
- How many hours a day do you devote to writing?
- If you could be an animal which one would you be and why?
- If you could go back and change one event in history from happening which event would you change and why?
- Chocolate or vanilla?
- How much detail do you go into to plan out your books or do you just fly by the seat of your pants?
- Do you want to be famous?
- Is there a book out there you wish you had thought of and written first?
- Is there a genre you want to write but haven’t had the nerve to try yet? Why haven’t you taken the plunge?
- Beef or chicken?
- Do you ever admit to being wrong?
Good luck guys. Now go pass the love on to 11 more lucky bloggers.
And last but not least the 11 questions Jill Edmondson asked me:
1. Think of any book you’ve read recently. If that book (please tell us the title) were a meal, what would the meal be?
That would have to be the third book in Clive Johnson’s series, Last True World. The meal would be supper because it would be a meal you have to have time to savor each and every morsel.
2. What fictional character would you like to bring to life for just one day, and why?
Harry Potter. I love him. He embodies the goodness people should be possessed with but seldom are.
3. Have you ever met anyone famous? If so, who, when and where?
I met country music singer, Trace Akins, several years ago. He was signing his new CD at a local book store. You can believe I was right there in line waiting for a hug (I meant his autograph).
4. Finish this sentence: If I had to give up one of the five senses, I’d give up...
I can’t think of any sense I would willingly give up.
5. Where is your happy place?
I’m happier at home than I am anywhere else on earth. I love planning trips but once I’m where I thought I wanted to be I miss being in my own space and with my own stuff.
6. What is one piece of writing advice you can offer aspiring authors?
Write. It’s as simple as that.
7. What subject did you hate the most in high school? And like the most?
Science. I hated my teacher. She was about twenty years passed the age she should have retired. Having a teacher who doesn’t want to be there isn’t any fun.
I loved PE. I was a cheerleader all the way through high school. I enjoyed working up new routines
8. Who among your friends, families, neighbors, colleagues, etc. was most surprised that you wrote a book?
I talk too much for anyone to ever be surprised by anything I do. All I need is two minutes and I’ve told you my entire life story.
9. $10,000 dollars just fell into your lap. What will you do with it?
That’s a no-brainer. I would spend it.
10. Do you think there is any truth to Astrology or Zodiac signs?
11. If you could have any musician/composer/group/singer – whether living or dead – provide a soundtrack or a playlist for your latest book, who would you choose and why?
Taylor Swift. She does love songs better than anyone else I know.