In books we get to know the characters through what they do and say. The way others view and respond to them, also gives us clues.
But we’re not characters in the book. So I thought I’d come up with a few questions that would help us get better acquainted. In case you’re like me and aren’t a fan of keying in long answers, I did my best to pick questions where you don’t need to write a lot…unless you want to, of course.
What was your most embarrassing hair style?
My answer: I once had a shag haircut. The embarrassing part was when I used Sun-In on my hair (anyone remember that product?) and it turned my hair an orangy yellow. Oh, that reminds me also of the time I thought I might look good with dark hair. Not a good move. I looked like a goth girl.
If you could have a drink with someone from history, who would it be?
My answer: Eleanor Roosevelt or Nellie Bly. Both interesting women.
What meal was your mother’s best?
My answer: My mom made the best Runzas and the best potato salad. Ask anyone!
All you have to do is answer one of these questions and you’ll be entered into a drawing to win a copy of Victoria Alexander’s fabulous historical novel “Let It Be Love.” I recently read this book and adored it!