Today author Beth Ciotta was kind enough to complete the sentences!
I am: extremely blessed.
I like: losing myself in a great book or movie.
I love: my husband. I swear we’ve been together in other lives.
I dream: of living in Canterbury, England and writing full time.
I wish: people would be more courteous. Sometimes I long for the pleasantries of olden times.
I wonder: why my dog Cheyenne eats gross stuff in the yard? Arrrgh.
I pretend: every time I sit at my computer and write adventures.
I know: my dog Billie is going to wake me up at 5:45am….or there about.
I fear: spiders. Big and small. Hairy or spindly. Eeek!
I worry: there aren’t enough hours in the day.
I appreciate: the opportunity to share my stories with readers. For me, it’s the ultimate thrill.
I hope: for world peace. I know it’s clichéd. I still hope.
I look: different every few months. I constantly change my hairstyle and color. Call me fickle.
I read: whenever I can which isn’t often enough. I enjoy contemporary and historical romance and mystery/suspense.
I want: A big bag of pretzels and a box of chocolates.
I need: a manicure. Or to at least take the time to file my own nails. What a mess.
I will: stick to my Weight Watchers plan and resist the pretzels and chocolate cravings.
I can: sing, dance, act, write, and I’m also pretty decent with the sewing machine.
I think: a lot of kids’ spelling and writing skills are suffering greatly because of text messaging.
I have never: been arrested. Now watch. I just jinxed myself.
I dance to: anything with a strong groove. Faves are R&B and 70s disco. Yes, I’ll admit to the disco thing.
I cannot live without: My laptop. Well, I could. But I wouldn’t be a happy camper.
I am happy when: A reader writes to tell me she enjoyed one of my books.
I would like to meet: George Clooney. Although I might swoon and wouldn’t that be embarrassing?
I am annoyed by: rude people.
I have always wanted: to play the violin.
I encourage people to: pursue their dreams
I think it would be cool if: Telephone poles were pink.
I write romance because: I want to celebrate the wonder and adventure of love.
I would love to know what readers think of: the accessibility of authors. Are you more inclined to read the works of authors who participate on blogs and discussion boards? Or are good reviews and word of mouth enough to influence you?
Readers, go ahead and answer Beth’s questions…remember, every comment you leave counts as an entry into the giveaway…check yesterday’s post for details.
And be sure to return tomorrow for a very special interview with Rome, the hero of The Fall of Rome!