Friday, July 27, 2012

Giveaway from Kiersten White, NY Times Bestseller!

You guys may have heard of Kiersten White. She's the author of the Paranormalcy series, a teen fiction fantasy trilogy. I scarfed down her first two books in a couple of days, and the final book for the trilogy, Endlessly, was just released! Kiersten was generous enough to answer a handful of goofy interview questions just for my blog, and as if that wasn't cool enough, she's giving away a signed paperback of Paranormalcy! Scroll down for six chances to enter!

1. Do you consider yourself "crafty" (in any sense of the word)?

Only crafty in the sense that, were I an arch-villain, I would frequently do that thing where I steeple my fingers and laugh maniacally while planning world domination.

2. How many friends do you have?

Too many or too few, depending on the day. I'm very bad about maintaining relationships, and really only have a handful of close friends, but many more people that I genuinely like.

3. Have you ever done anything illegal? If so, what?

I once went the wrong way down an escalator and got chewed out by the security guard. Thus ended my short but brilliant career as a deviant.

4. Which Sherlock adaptation is your favorite? 

I love all things Sherlock and Sherlock-inspired. Straight Sherlock, I'd have to go with the BBC's brilliant SHERLOCK. Sherlock-inspired, Veronica Mars can't be beat.

5. What is your most embarrassing moment as an adult. 

That time I shared my most embarrassing moment for everyone on the internet to read.

6. What is your choice beverage? Recreational activity?

Dr. Pepper, much to my waist's detriment. As far as recreation, I'm actually Olympic-level in competitive napping. People wonder how I keep up the rigorous training schedule with two children, but it's only made me a more determined and crafty competitor. (See? More crafts!)

7. Place the following random bands/people in order according to coolness: The Talking Heads, David Bowie, Divo, Ted Dansen, Pink Floyd, Peter Schilling, Justin Bieber, Steve Zahn, and Gary Busey. 

David Bowie, because, hello, Labyrinth. I don't really think anything can compare with the terror and wonder of those pants, so there's no point in putting anyone else on the list.

For more of her musings and answers to questions relating to writing, take a look at her blog!

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1 comment:

  1. I love Kiersten and the Paranormalcy trilogy. Excellent interview, Tess and thanks for the giveaway.


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