Hello everyone, here are a few silly questions and my answers to them. These questions can also be found at the following link:
Q: What are you wearing?
A: Khaki pants and a sleeveless shirt and a pair of slip on tennis shoes.
Q: Have you ever been in love?
A: yes, and I got hurt, so I donâ€™t believe Iâ€™ll fall in love again.
Q: Have you ever had a terrible break-up?
A: Yes, one divorce and in the process of getting a second one.
Q: How much do you weigh?
A: More than I care to admit.
Q: Do you have any piercings?
A: No and I donâ€™t plan to either.
Q: Do you have any tattoos?
â€œAâ€ Absolutely not. I donâ€™t like needles, and I donâ€™t trust those used at a tattoo parlor.
Q: How long does it take you to shower?
A: Long enough to get clean and enjoy the warm water. Other than that, thatâ€™s my business.
Q: Have you ever been in a physical fight?
Aâ€ No, but the verbal ones have come close to blows.
Q: What turns you on?
A: Not much any more after all Iâ€™ve been through.
Q: What turns you off?
A; Bad writing, adults who act like overgrown children, and noises (such as fingernails scraping across a chalkboard) that make me cringe.
Q: Do you prefer loud or soft music?
A: I prefer soft music to either fall asleep to or to inspire my writing. Loud music and other loud noises get on my nerves or freak me out.
Q: Do you have a favorite quote?
A: Yes, it is one that I wrote myself: â€œThe past is but a whirlwind of memories, there are those you want to capture and those you want to forget. Hold onto the precious ones and let the rest spin away into the abyss.â€ This quote can be found near the end of my latest Electric Eclectic novel entitled Inner Vision, available at the following link:
Q: Whatâ€™s your biggest fear?
A: Getting disoriented in an unfamiliar place. I have spatial disorientation issues, and when I get lost in a place with no tactile or audible cues, it causes my anxiety to kick into overdrive.
Q: Whatâ€™s the last thing that made you cry?
A: Painful memories from my past.
Q: Who was the last person you spoke to?
A: The business manager for my employment specialistâ€™s office about my book A Journey of Faith: A Stepping Stones Mystery.
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Q: What are the three qualities in a best friend?
A: Honesty, compassion, and a sense of humor.
Q: Do you like your name?
A: I like it well enough. The only thing Iâ€™d change is my married last name.
Q: If you could pick your own name, what would it be?
A: Iâ€™d rather not pick my own name, I do that for my characters.
Q: What makes you happy?
A: Spending time with my family, including my daughter and my nieces and nephew, listening to podcasts about writing, and getting creative.
Q: What are five random facts about you?
A: I live in a small town in South Central Georgia, I love music, I love to sit out on the front porch on a sunny day and brainstorm, I love the music of windchimes and rain on a tin roof, and Iâ€™m working on a story for NaNoWriMo.
Q: Is there any religious persuasion?
â€œA: Yes, Iâ€™m a Christian and Iâ€™m proud of it!
Q: Have you ever given or received a hicky?
A: I really donâ€™t want to go there.
Q: What do you think about the most?
A: My latest writing project, my daughter, and I like to daydream.
Q: Is there someone you really hate right now?
A: I donâ€™t hate anyone, but there are a couple of people I donâ€™t particularly like at the moment.
Now itâ€™s time for you to have some fun. You can do one of two things: You can either write your own blog post with your answers to these questions and link back to my blog, or you can leave your answers in the comments below.