It's What's Your Answer Time Again.
I ask three questions. You answer one or more in the comment section. The more answers you give, the shorter your answers should be. You're encouraged to include one website or blog URL in your comment, but no more. If you don't have one, that's okay, too.
Today's Questions And My Answers:
Since some of our blog members are contributing short stories for a soon-to-be released anthology called the Corner Cafe, I wonder if any of you have a favorite eating place which you frequent on a regular basis, kind of like the characters on Seinfeld do? Identifying that place is optional, just describe it.
Yes, my husband and I have two favorites. One is a family restaurant, the Dunton House, open daily. No matter how many other places we try, we always seem to make our way back there.The owners are friendly, the atmosphere is pleasant, and we're never disappointed by the menu. Another is a small cafe called the Arlington Grill, only open for breakfast and lunch. Funny, how I never cared for split pea soup before, until I tried it there one Wednesday, as the soup of the day. One spoonful and I was hooked!
Do you enjoy reading books with a small town atmosphere, or does the bustle of Big City living draw you in?
I love to read about larger-than-life people, who make it big. That kind of thing usually happens in the business world; yet, if an author knows how to make small town life exciting, I'll buy into it. The key is to sustain enough conflict to keep my interest piqued.
One way to round out a book character is to let that person become involved in community functions. Are you a member of any community organizations, or participate in any activities presented by such organizations?
For years, my husband and I would enjoy our village's five-day events centered around the Fourth of July. Then one year we joined the committee. After at least fifteen years, we still belong. It's heartening to be even partially responsible for something that is so much loved by our community.
As observers, we also enjoy other community events, such as the annual tree lighting ceremony kicking off the Christmas Season.
Now it's your turn. Pick one or more questions to answer in the comment section.
Forever Young: Blessing or Curse on all electronic media. Also available find her romantic suspense, Killer Career, her mystery, Two Wrongs, and her romantic comedy, Girl of My Dreams.
You can find links and excerpts to all Morgan's books at http://morgansbooklinks.blogspot.com/