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Manic Monday: Tag! My deep, dark secrets.

Due to this post from Roni Loren (thank you for the warning, Roni) I’ve decided to remove most photos from Thriller Thursday. I hope you’re still able to enjoy them!

Okay, not really. But the wonderful Kelly Hashway has tagged me in a fun kind of “get to know you game.”

Rules:
1. You must post the rules.
2. Answer the questions and then create eleven new questions to ask the people you’ve tagged.
3. Tag eleven people and link to them.
4. Let them know you’ve tagged them.

Questions:

If you could live in a fictional world, where would that be?
J.K. Rowling’s amazing world of wizards and witches in Harry Potter – post Voldemort’s defeat.
Do you read in noisy or quiet places?
Quiet. I have trouble with noise distraction and very little patience.
What was the first book you ever read?
I don’t remember the books I read when I was really little, but I do remember reading Little House on the Prairie at a very young age.If you could only read one book for the rest of your life, what would it be?
Anne Rice’s Queen of the Damned.Favourite author?
Anne Rice, Tami Hoag, Patricia Cornwell, J.K. Rowling – I can’t pick just one!

Do reviews influence your choice of reads?
Only if the reviews are all bad, and that’s rare. I choose books by the blurb and recs from friends with similar tastes.

Fiction or Non fiction?
FictionHave you ever met your favourite author?
No, but my hubby did try to get Anne Rice’s autograph when he was in New Orleans for work several years ago. But she was at the doctor – he spoke to her driver.Audio books or Paperbacks?
Paperback

Classic or Modern Novels?
Modern

Book Groups or Solitary Reading?

Solitary. I’m very much a mood reader.

Tag, You’re It! And because I’m lazy, same questions:)

1. Catie Rhodes
2. Donna Galanti
3. Lauralynn Elliot
4. Annie Boreson
5. Natalie Hartford
6. Angela Wallace
7. Marie Andrews
8. Nicole Basaraba
9. Julie Glover
10. Gene Lempp
11. Ellie Soderstrom 

Happy Monday, everyone. Have a great day!

21 comments on… “Manic Monday: Tag! My deep, dark secrets.”

  1. Of course we can’t pick just one favorite author! Thanks for the tag! I will get to it in a few weeks, after my already planned posts are done. 🙂

  2. Thanks for giving me my Wednesday blog post. It’s almost like a day off. LOL

    I didn’t know you liked Harry Potter. I read all the books and watched the first few movies. Then I got all Pottered out. 😀

    • Oh, I dearly love Harry Potter. The last book was amazing, and the movies really did it justice, as they did with the sixth book. One of the coolest parts was watching those kids grow up, too.

      And you’re welcome!

  3. I think you answered a lot of these the same way i would 🙂 Wouldn’t it be something else to love in Harry Potter’s world? Just as long as I wasn’t a muggle of course!

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  5. I LOVE me some Harry Potter!! These are fantastic questions. And it’s funny, I can read any place, but my favorite thing is to be in a very, very noisy place. Isn’t that funny how we’re all so different?

    • Me, too. Yes, it is funny. I need quiet to write and read, and I’m just getting worse. Like right now, I need to work on an outline, but the little guy I watch is a chatter and I just can’t think. Oh well.

      Thanks for both your comments!

    • Yes, it is funny. I still love Harry Potter and try to read the books at least once a year. Love how J.K. Rowling developed the series along with the growth of the kids.
      Thanks!

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