Recently I have had a couple of awards sent my way from a couple of nice people and it’s with a huge thank you to Sandra and Bruce for nominating me and for producing quality blogs, so I shall be sharing the love for a few fellow bloggers which if you haven’t checked out I wholeheartedly recommend you do so, enjoy!:
What first inspired you to start writing a blog? To share my passion with other people and make friends, classic reasons really. I wish it I had more dramatic reasoning really.
What is the biggest challenge you have had to face when writing a blog? That would easily be the review I wrote for Up In The Bronx (by Stephen Baum) which was the first time I really understood the idea of consequences to my writing.
If you travelled through time, what time would you want to arrive at and why? I would go back to the last time the Euro millions lottery was at 80 million and use the numbers myself for a big wodge of wonga, I would also like to travel forward in time and see all the things that go on and see how we are viewed in this century.
Do you prefer to ear chocolate, sweets or neither? I’m not really fussed about either, unless I fancy something a bit nice.
Do you prefer to read or write? I prefer to read but I’m getting into writing more, but reading will always win.
What is your favourite genre of writing and why? I love magical realism but any sort of ‘proper’ literature makes me happy.
What is your favourite non-fiction topic to read about and why? History fascinates me, World War One is a bit of an obsession but any history goes for me.
If you could buy one book that would help you solve a problem in your life, what would it be and why? I would buy the Da Vinci Code to burn and keep warm, it would save on the extortionate heating bills for a bit.
Do you prefer to write at night or during the day? I write an any time but prefer late afternoons, around 4 o’ clock is when the magic happens.
If you could be any character from a book, who would you be and why? Renfield from Dracula would be a fascinating character to get into the mindset of. I’m sure that isn’t a popular answer to that question.
Do you prefer to read a printed book or an e-Book? Printed books all the way, I love the texture, the smell and it’s always handy to be able to flick back to a page straight away.