I was recently nominated for this award by Sharon Ledwith, the author of the wonderful YA time travel series, THE LAST TIMEKEEPERS, released through Musa Publishing. She is also an awesome online friend and supporter.
BTW – Sharon has a kick-butt blog you should visit!
The rules for the Liebster Award are:
- Each nominee must answer the 11 questions.
- Create 11 questions for the next nominees to answer.
- Link back to who nominated them.
- Choose 11 people and link them in your post.
- Go to their page and tell them.
- No tag backs!
The totally awesome writers that I have nominated are (I’m going to cheat and only tag six):
Kendra S. Berni: http://kberni20.wix.com/kendra-berni
David Nye: http://www.unsupervisedtyping.com/
E.P. Marcellin: http://epmarcellin.com/buy-element-keepers/
Dianne Gardner: http://dragontargeseries.blogspot.com/
Marie Godley: http://marie-mariegodleybooks.blogspot.com/
Lisa Day: https://www.facebook.com/LisaDayAuthor
Waffles topped with peanut butter and syrup. Mmmm sin on a plate!
Beer or Wine?
Wine. And it must be Moscato.
Dog or Cat?
Dog. And I’m not talking about a little dog, either. I’m talking about Clifford.
Coffee or Tea?
Good ol’ southern sweet tea!
Winter or Summer?
Winter. I love snow.
PC or Apple?
What is your goal for 2013?
Market and sell thousands of copies of The Everafter Chronicles: Reign of the Night Creatures. Finish writing The Tree of Malice (The Everafter Chronicles, Book Two.) Make it to numerous best seller’s lists, and be featured on major news networks such as USA Today and Good Morning America.
What makes your day brighter?
Getting to spend time with my wonderful wife and son.
What’s your biggest pet peeve?
I’m an NCO in the Army, so I have quite a few. My biggest is probably procrastination. I hate it when people put off till tomorrow what can be done today.
How old were you when you stopped believing in Santa Claus?
I still believe. :)
What do you write about?
I write MG/YA novels about adventures in alternate universes where mythological creatures exist and the sky is never the limit.