And here we go! I have inet this week, yay!
If you could only have one section of the bookstore to visit, which section would it be?
The Christian Fiction section. As much as I love fantasy (both secular and Christian), and Teen Fic, I would be happiest in this section. Favorite and new authors, and always TOO many titles to read! I could be lost in this section forever, reading everything and never, ever be bored. I found the DragonSpell series by Donita K. Paul this way, when I popped in a bookstore, only to discover they were renovating the usual “Teen” fiction section. In the even that I couldn’t have this section though, I would go for the clearance tables. ^_^ A good book at a great bargain makes such an enjoyable read!
If you could only subscribe to one publication for the rest of your life, what would it be?
I would love to say something writerly, like writer’s digest, or something more fashion-y…but…honestly? Reader’s Digest. It has enough of everything…and less ads than Guideposts.
What activity always makes you lose track of time?
Ack. Must I really? Well…um…virtual farming. *blush* No, I’m not a farm addict…I just like randomly clicking and puttering about. I used to play simfarm and I like the idea of keeping a farm without having to actually go out and…farm. LOL. (and it gives me a chance to enjoy horses ^_^ Honestly, there are two main ones, first–reading. I can read and reread a book over and over, completely diving into the world, the characters and everything, I can do this virtually anywhere, even reliving a favorite scene in front of a mirror. Daydreaming. LOL. If you’ve met me in person, I’m pretty much almost always in movement, shifting, moving, twisting, something–and usually that means the gears in my head are whirling away, cranking out another wonderful episode of fantabulous brilliance in my head, to write out at some moment of spare time in the future. I can do this for hours on end. I need nothing to amuse me, but my head and then I won’t even realize I’ve been staring or sitting somewhere for over an hour.