Saw it on Jodie Llewellyn’s page and as I have few minutes…
THREE THINGS ABOUT YOURSELF:
1. I have a dog.
2. I don’t play games in computer.
3. I can also draw and I’m not that bad at it.
THREE THINGS THAT SCARE YOU:
1. War – the thought of it, the idea that men would have to participate it, that pointless loss that is later brushed over by politics as heroic. There’s nothing heroic about it, but the damage to human mind, the body and surroundings is horrific.
2. Escalators – why on earth were those things invented? Stairs are so pretty and steady!
3. Earwigs – I’m not really scared of them and consider them good guys in the garden. But that does not stop me emptying my lungs should I accidentally touch one of them.
THREE OF YOUR EVERYDAY ESSENTIALS:
1. Notepad and pen – to me they are one item that follows me around always.
2. A knife.
3. Flash memory.
THREE OF YOUR FAVORITE HOBBIES:
THREE CAREERS YOU’RE CONSIDERING/YOU’VE CONSIDERED:
1. A cow keeper.
2. A writer.
3. A cook.
THREE BOOKS YOU HAVE RECENTLY READ:
1. The Dwarves by Markus Heitz
2. World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War by Max Brooks
3. The Mammoth Book of Steampunk combined by editor Sean Wallace
THREE THINGS YOU ARE WORKING ON, WRITING WISE:
1. Plotting Fish coat – for CampNanoWrimo 2014.
2. Writing Dead Child’s Portrate– first draft still, but it is intriguing.
3. Editing a story I haven’t even named yet, but which I hope to get ready for sending out by the end of the year.
THREE THINGS YOU WANT TO DO BEFORE YOU DIE:
1. See Linda, a good friend of mine in person.
2. Watch niece grow up, marry and have kids.
3. Get published, properly.
THREE CELEB IDOLS (or crushes):
1. Andrew Baker (anyone with artistic sense – oh yeeeeeeeaaaaaah!)
2. Robert Carlyle
3. Alan Cumming
1. “Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand.” by Albert Einstein
2. “Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, today is a gift of God, which is why we call it the present.” by Bil Keane
3. “The tree of fantasy is rooted in reality.” by Lota Carolina Aisling (yes, me)