Hey, everyone! Today it is my pleasure to interview one of my very good friends. She’s an avid writer, a blogger, a gamer and an overall cool person. Her name is Ashley Everheart (a.k.a. Aislinn Mollisong)! She blogs over at The Everheart Author. I’d recommend checking it out. She’s one of the most engaging bloggers I know.
As per usual, my questions will be in bold and her responses will be in italics. Enjoy!!
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It was a quiet Christmas morning for a certain girl and her family in the southern United States. They were unwrapping presents and enjoying each other’s company in general — nothing out of the ordinary, really.
But after no more parcels remained under the stout fir — and ribbons and bits of paper littered the floor — the father, with a mischievous look on his usually placid visage, rose from his chair and approached his daughter. “One last gift,” he said, and he pulled out of his pocket an object of otherworldly material about the width of a Saltine cracker. “I’m sure you know how it works.”
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She’s a writer, she’s an artist, she’s an all-around awesome and God-fearing young lady, and she’s an avid Star Wars fan. Today, it’s my honor to introduce you to my friend and fellow blogger, Emily Millennium of “The Ink-Stained Desk”!! (Also known among Aetherlighters as Emily Purplebottle. 🙂 ) My questions and comments will be in boldface, and Emily’s answers will be italicized.
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Since I started using Goodreads I’ve developed a peculiar fondness for books. I’m still not a bookworm or book-dragon so much as a book-cat (meaning, I love books but I’m not utterly obsessed with them. It’s like more passive), but I didn’t realize how much of a reader I was until recently.
So when I saw the Do I Have That Book challenge over at Jenna’s website, it immediately peaked my interest. So today I shall woefully break the Eighth Commandment and steal a tag from her.
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