Monday, September 29, 2008

Playing Tag!

My buddy Ron Berry tagged me in the Meme Game, so here are the rules, my answers, and the next six victims . . . er, players.

The rules:

If you’ve been tagged with the Meme Game from Twitter, you must post 6 things no one knows about you on your BLOG. Then you have to tag 6 more people. (Don’t forget to let them know they’ve been tagged.) Leave me a comment letting me know you’ve accepted the tag.


My answers:

1. I act out many of the scenes in my books. Sometimes in costume.

2. My favorite comedian is Brian Regan. He makes me laugh until my face hurts.

3. I have trichotillomania, and so does the heroine of my next book.

4. When I sing, my cat hides.

5. I miss my husband when he's at work.

6. Sometimes I stay up late at night watching boy band videos on YouTube.


Tag, You're It:

Lee Ann Ward -- CREATIVE KICKIN' -- http://leeannward.com/blog/
Aston West -- THE WEST(ERN) CHRONICLES -- http://astonwest.blogspot.com/
Rebecca Goings -- BECKA'S BABBLE -- http://beckasbabble.blogspot.com/
Jay Hudson -- JAY'S MUSING -- http://jayhudsononwheels.blogspot.com/
Teri B. Clark -- TIME TO JOT THAT DOWN -- http://teribclarkjots.blogspot.com/
Jaycee Stanton -- JAYCEE'S RANTS -- http://jayceestanton.blogspot.com/


~Stay true to yourself and your dreams will come true!

4 comments:

  1. You sing your cat hides? Poor kitty. What is trichotillomania? Thanks for tagging Jay, it keeps him out of trouble.
    ron

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  2. Ha - loved it. Act out your scenes in full costume! that's wierd but really cool. Do you have trouble breaking character when the book is done? Ah, the Stanislofskyness of it! (smile)

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  3. Ron, it's compulsive hair pulling. You should know that from reading SYMMETRY! See, I figured that if I had to literally pull out my hair to get an agent and a New York publisher, I may as well write about it and use it to sell books!

    And, no, that's not a wig I'm wearing in my picture. I always knew there was a reason God gave me enough hair for three people!

    Yes, Marvin. I can't seem to let go of some characters. Sometimes I even give them their own blog and post as them! (Hint, hint.)

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  4. I suppose this will work. Not sure I know 6 people, though... :-)

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