Thanks to Belle @ Worlds Of Ink And Paper for this award! It was a fun one, and I enjoyed the last question especially.
- Who was your fictional childhood hero? – I think my earliest may have been High King Peter from Narnia. Also Black Beauty, if animals count.
- Who is your favorite band?- Hm. I don’t even listen to bands that much. But I do like it when U2 comes on the radio. Rend Collective has some excellent music, too.
- What was the most deep book you’ve ever read?- I’m guessing the bible is a given. Let’s see, The Hiding Place by Corrie Ten Boom was ah-may-zing nonfiction; and I thought that Golden Daughter by Anne Elisabeth Stengl was a powerful fiction.
- What was your least favorite book you’ve ever read? (and I mean if it’s your least favorite due to opinion, and not morality of material)– I’m not sure. I know I’ve read some books which I didn’t take a shine to, despite them being fairly good in content and writing. But I don’t think I can pick one and say ‘this was my least favourite’.
- Who (disregarding the classic authors, like Tolkien, Stevenson, and Dickens) is your favorite author?- I know I’ve just mentioned Anne Elisabeth Stengl, but I’m going to do it again! Can I just take a moment to promote her Tales of Goldstone Wood series? They’re delicious, go buy ‘em!
- What is your favorite movie scene of all time?- The lighting of the beacons in The Return of the King, as well as both the opening scene and ending scene of The Sound of Music. I like mountains, I guess.
- If you had to pick one pen name/stage name to use forever instead of real one, what would it be?- I don’t think I’ll go by Blue forever… how about Anna? Anna Nomus? Or Sue Donym?
- What do you think is the best hobby a person could have? What about your own personal favorite hobby?– The best hobby a person could have is baking cookies. And then sharing them. With me. As for my own personal favourite hobby, I love scribbling- especially expressions and character designs.
- What is your favorite kind of scenery to be in (forests, riverside, etc.)?– Either farmland or mountainside. A river should be included in each one.
- Do you enjoy poetry? If so, who, in your opinion, is the greatest poet ever?- Poetry is nice. I like Robbie Burns, but my favourite is Banjo Paterson.
“And the bush hath friends to meet him, and their kindly voices greet him
In the murmur of the breezes and the river on its bars,
And he sees the vision splendid of the sunlit plains extended,
And at night the wond’rous glory of the everlasting stars.”- Clancy of the Overflow, by Banjo Paterson
- Where, if you could choose anywhere in all Europe, in any time period, would you go?– SO many choices! Can I go to Berlin and help break down the wall? Can I go to Britain and see how the Stonehenge was built? Can I help Tyndale translate bibles in Antwerp? There’s more I want to mention, but if I don’t stop now I might go on forever.
- If you could swap roles with one book character, which character would it be?
- If you could swap roles with one film character, which character would it be?
- Poof! You’ve turned into a flower fairy! What leaf/flower would you patron?
- What would be your reaction to 13 dwarves barging into your house and adding you to their quest?
- Say you go on that quest, what role do you take?
- You have been cursed to only communicate through quotes from one book/film/play. Which book/film/play?
- You are forced to take on the role of a certain historical figure. Which one?
- The catch is that you must remain in the role of that figure to the day you die. Does your answer change?
- I’m baking you a cake. What type do you like best?
- What’s the most adorable thing a little kid has ever said to you?
- *whips out a rapier* Any last words?
Thanks again, Belle!
Of course, anyone is welcome to answer these questions in the comments, or feel free to take the award- providing you send a link to the post.