Thursday, March 4, 2010

Q&A Time!

I cought the plague that was going around the office this week (hooraaaay!! I WIN at LIFE!), so instead of blogging about wise and clever things tonight, I thought maybe we'd have a Q&A session instead.

So, step up, don't be shy!

What questions would you like me to answer? I'll answer anything and everything (at least with some kind of sarcasm if nothing else). New followers--please don't be afraid to chime in. Welcome!

Also, I have a question for YOU:

What was your favorite book growing up and why? :)

See you tomorrow for answers to your fabulous questions!

Oh, what was my favorite childhood book, you ask?

PETER PAN, of course!

Happy Thursday!

7 comments:

Christi Goddard said...

Under the age of 10, I read two books again and again, both very different from each other:

Where the Red Fern Grows

Morgan and Yew (a Serendipity book)

but mostly I was reading about science and mythology. I was addicted to sharks, Greek mythology, and all manner of ocean books.

Pen said...

My favourite book was the Little Princess.

Later it was Jane Eyre and The Scarlett Pimpernel...

I was a strange child, no?

christicorbett said...

My favorite books were the Little House on the Prairie series by Laura Ingalls Wilder and anything by Judy Blume. (I must confess to some Sweet Valley High thrown in there for good measure)

I am new to your blog so I don't have any questions, but I do enjoy what I've seen so far.

Christi

Abby Annis said...

My favorite book as a kid? It was so long ago, I don't remember. ;) Seriously. Maybe Where the Wild Things Are? Apparently, I'm brain dead today.

Hope you're feeling better soon!

Lizzy Mason said...

Hope you're feeling better, Rebecca! My favorite book growing up was A Wrinkle in Time, but I loved the Babysitters Club books, too.

Also, I gave you an award at my blog today! :)

Sandra said...

All right, since you want questions, here are a couple:

Do you have a day job? If so, can you tell us about it?

Who's your favorite Harry Potter character?

Ann said...

Hope you are feeling better!
My favorite books as a child. The first book I remember is "Billy Brown the Babysitter." I loved the "Borrowers" series. At 14 it was "Brief Gaudy Hour" At 16 it was all and any Jane Austen.