Blog Tour Quiz



Ghost Writer is hitting the virtual road. 

January 22: Christine Young
January 23: Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!
January 23: Locks, Hooks and Books
January 24: Fabulous and Brunette
January 24: La libreria di Beppe
January 25: Laurie's Paranormal Thoughts and Reviews
January 25: Hearts and Scribbles
January 26: Danita Minnis

I love these tours because I get to interact with new people, but I hope some old friends will also visit my stops. There are a few interviews along the way. Some are more about me. Some are more about my writing process. Although some of the questions are similar, I've tried to present something a little different in each interview.

This got me thinking of giving my readers a challenge. How well do you know me? What can you learn about me by reading the posts on the tour?

Put your answers in the comments.

A. When writing, I am:
  1. a plotter
  2. a pantster
  3. both

L. The first novel I completed was my first novel published?
  1. True
  2. False

I. Who first inspired me to become a storyteller?
  1. My mother
  2. My grade five teacher
  3. Louis L'Amour

S. The first novel I started was stolen by a rival at university.
  1. True
  2. False

O. Two of the authors who most inspired me are:
  1. Janet Evanovich and Charlotte MacLeod
  2. Agatha Christie and Rex Stout
  3. Georgette Heyer and Terry Pratchett

N. One of the above questions is a trick.
  1. True
  2. False




Comments

  1. A3 - L2 - I1 - S2 - O3 - N1
    I think you left your first manuscript somewhere (a bathroom?) and it was stolen, but not necessarily by a rival.
    Of course, I could have made up all my answers according to what my voices tell me.

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  2. I don't know why, but my answers from yesterday didn't show up. Good thing I saved them, because from day to day, I can change my mind! A3 - L2 - I1 - S2 - O3 - N1 - plus I think the trick question was that your manuscript was indeed stolen (you left it somewhere, right, Ali? Like a bathroom?) but not necessarily by a rival. Of course I could have made everything up.

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    1. You only got one answer wrong. I'll email you to tell you which one. You're also wrong about the tick question...that is you're right that there is one but it's not the one you think.

      I'll tell you the trick question, the answer to "O" should be 4. all of the above.

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    2. Oh man, that's a tricky trick. Not nice to fool old ladies ha ha. We can get back at you when you least expect it.

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