Tag. You’re it!

On February 26—has it really been that long—Darlene Foster, author of Amanda in Arabia and Amanda in Spain, tagged me. According to the rules (slightly modified), those tagged must do the following:

1) Answer questions posed by the tagger:

Do you use a bookmark or will any old bit of paper do?

Yes…both.

What new books are you most excited to read this year?

Nothing exciting, but I will read a few and then I’ll see if they are exciting or not.

Favourite season?

All. Mostly those which occur in the Maritimes of Canada.

If money were not an issue, what present would you give yourself?

A six-month stay in Scotland.

Do you buy second-hand books, new books or both?

Yes…both.

Early bird or night owl?

Early bird.

Do you like to read a specific genre? If so, what genre is it?

No. I read what I hope to be good stories regardless of genre.

Who is your favourite literary character of all time?

Spiderman because he taught me that “with great power comes great responsibility”. And because he’s funny. [I’m referring to the original series, the 12-minute cartoon that first graced the television screen, not today’s cartoons.]

Physical books, E-books or audio books?

Physical books.

If your life was made into a movie, who would you like to play you?

Karen Allen, the woman who played Marion in the Indiana Jones movies.

Cat person or dog person?Sheep

Sheep person.

2) The next rule in the Tag Game is to post the 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 seven people and link to them.

4. Let them know you’ve tagged them.

My eleven questions to those tagged (some are repeated from above because they were great questions):

a) What was the last book you read?

b) Physical books, ebooks or audio books?

c) If your life was made into a movie, who would you like to play you?

d) Who is your favourite fictional character—book, comic or movie—of all time?

e) If you could visit anywhere in the world, where would you go?

f) Blueberries, Raspberries or Strawberries?

g) Have you written a story which included an animal? What was the animal?

h) Typewriter, computer or looseleaf for drafts?

i) What is the name of your favourite character in one of your stories?

h) Do you like to write in a particular genre? If so, which one?

j) Pool, lake or ocean for swimming?

Tagging seven people:

Let Them Grumble

Lynn A. Davidson
Bonnie Mae Chapman

Christi Corbett

Fabulous Realm

Thea Atkinson ~ GonzoInk: fiction to the left of Mainstream

Zen and the art of tightrope walking

NOTE: A chance to win a free ebook copy of Shadows in the Stone ends in three days. Read more about it and enter the giveway here. Also, I’m looking for one more person to review the fantasy novel. You can learn about this on the same page.

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6 thoughts on “Tag. You’re it!

  1. Thanks, Diane .. I think. To be honest I saw this one somewhere and thought at the time .. I hope no one gives this one to me. Yikes! I find answering questions to be so hard, and to then pass that on, so I’m very glad there is no time limit because this could take me a long time to fulfill. I’ll give it a try, though. 🙂 I enjoyed your answers, Diane.

  2. Hey, this is a wonderful surprise. Nowhere in the rules was there a time limit!. The answers to the questions were great. I love that you are a sheep person. Will check out the blogs you tagged. Thanks for playing. Have a super week.

    • My philosophy is: Better late then never.

      Thanks again, Darlene, for tagging me. I love sheep. Mine follow me everywhere, and it’s relaxing to watch them graze.

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