Katie & Kimble Got Blog Tagged! Read the Little Interview Here
Katie & Kimble Got Blog Tagged! Read the Interview Here
A wonderful gal named April over at the book blog Cafe of Dreams has blog tagged Katie & Kimble! That means that I have to play tag by answering a few little interview questions! Then I have to blog tag someone else! So, here are my answers and here are the bloggers I am tagging! I guess I'm it!
1. Which words do you use too much in your writing?
Clearly, I use the words “clearly” and “clear” too often. It all became clear to me once I read over the first fiction I'd written.
2. Which words do you consider overused in stuff you read?
The phrase “and she did just that.” I have used it in non-fiction, but it still drives me crazy.
3. What are your other favorite blogs?
Cafe of Dreams, a wonderful book blog by April, the imp who tagged me;
The Homeschool Messenger, great tips from a homeschooling mom named Susan (SusieQTpie)
Happily Blended, a charming mom blog that always makes me laugh. Brandy is the mom of three–you should see her videos!
4. Name a favorite word:
midwifery–because I like that “whiff” sound
It comes from the word “midwife,” which is a woman who helps a mom deliver her baby.
5. And a word you're not so keen on:
anesthesia–because I like to talk fast and that word is so hard to say that when I'm talking, I have to slow way down!
“Anesthesia” is a drug doctors give to people to put them to sleep before an operation.
6. What would you like to improve about your writing and/or blog?
I would love to have more kids ask me questions so I could answer them on the Katie & Kimble blog!
7. What’s your writing ambition?
I desire to write more and more Katie & Kimble books for years to come. I am always coming up with ideas for new stories.
There! Done! I now blog tag the following blogs / bloggers:The Homeschool Messenger
Katie & Kimble: A Ghost Story (Book 1 in the series) and Katie & Kimble: The Magic Wish (Book 2 in the series) are available here:
Paperback version: $5.95
Instant download version: $2.48
[Reading Level 3, 280L, for ages 7-10]
Nine-year-old Katie Russell and her family look
normal. But the Russells don't know they are living with Kimble,
the ghost of a ten-year-old girl. That is, until Katie discovers Kimble
and the two of them set off on a quest to find out what happened to
Please visit us here (http://katieandkimbleblog.com) for updates.
© 2009 by Linda Thieman