Interviewing Alexa Santiago: Week 7

Before anything else, we're really really sorry for not posting anything new. As you may or may not know, we've been busy with school and other activities. Have you ever felt so drained that you would just want to lie down, sleep and eat? Since June started our weekdays and even weekends have been so hectic. There are times when I even forget to email the next featured blogger, and I'd just remember on the exact day when the post should be up. We know we're not putting too much effort on our blog anymore, but as long as we have more freetime, blogging will be our priority. 

We're really sorryyyy, but we hope you enjoy this week's featured blogger! Meet Alexa Santiago, a pretty cool book blogger! :) 
1. Share your favorite joke or chat-up line.

Are you hurt? Because you fell a long way from Heaven to be here on Earth.
(And I have actually said that out loud to someone on a dare. LOL.)

2. Most embarrassing moment?

When have I not had an embarrassing moment? I'm very clumsy and awkward, so I have a tendency to trip over my own feet. The most recent incident involved me tripping up a curb while I was walking in New York. In flats. During the day. Perfectly sober.

3. Zodiac sign?

I'm a Leo. While I've always embraced the symbolism of a lion, I never realized how courageous and outspoken I could be. Well, at least until I got to New York, where I finally started embracing my talkative side!

4. Most daring thing you've ever done?

Oh wow. Hmm. I think the most daring thing I've ever done is move to an entirely new country! Well, sort of new. I was born in the US, but moved back to the Philippines when I was about 8, and stayed there for about 19 years. It honestly never crossed my mind to move to New York, let alone the US. But I did it back in 2010 - and I'm a much better person for it. It's been quite the adventure, and I'm looking forward to a couple more years before I settle down somewhere less urban and more suburban.

5. If you were about to be dropped in a pit of lava, what would you
choose as your last words?
Bon voyage, I love you all!

6. Who is your favorite cartoon character?

I've always had a huge soft spot for Mickey Mouse. Just seeing him or his shape anywhere genuinely gets me excited as I've always been a Disney girl, ever since I was young! I love the classic Mickey shape.

7. When you were a kid, what was the thing that was understood by
everyone but misinterpreted by you? (Example: ______ used to wonder
why people said that there was 0% interest. She means why would anyone
buy it if it wasn't even the slightest bit interesting?)

Okay, this one is a little silly, but whenever adults would say someone was "hot" when I was younger, I always got confused because I expected them to be on fire or something.

8. Who is your favorite blogger?

I really don't play favorites when it comes to my blogger friends! I love everyone's blogs for a different reason, and I just love having so many people to bounce opinions off of and learn from. I do have a few blogger friends who I'm really close to, but I genuinely enjoy spending time chatting with many bloggers.

9. Future plans?

I would like to settle down with my husband in a house of our own, one that has an attic, a porch, a library, a large kitchen, a big backyard and a treehouse. I intend to pen a couple of novels, have 4 or 5 kids if I can manage it and to travel around the world to see as much of it as possible.

10. Animal that you would own as a pet? (Birds, cats, dogs, fishes,
bunnies, and guinea pigs not allowed)

Oh, this is actually very easy for me - I'd love to own a white tiger. I've been fascinated by tigers ever since I was a little girl, because they're powerful and beautiful to look at. I literally spent 15 minutes just watching them in the Singapore Zoo when I visited last year!

11. Do you believe ants are nutritious?
I've never thought about this before, but I suppose so. It'd take a lot of them to make a decent-sized snack though.

12. Star Wars or Star Trek?

While I don't actively watch either, I have seen more Star Wars than Star Trek. Plus, I also have a bit of sentimentality for the fact that my dad and I used to go and watch the Star Wars films together.

13. Favorite superhero?

This is such a difficult question! I do like a lot of superheroes, particularly the ones from Marvel. I'd have to say that my favorite rotates change every so often. Currently, I'm in a phase where I really like Thor. I love the mythology behind his story!

14. Favorite super villain?

Okay, this is even harder than the previous question! If we're talking comics, I'd have to say Joker from Batman, but in the way that Heath Ledger played him. If we're just talking villains in general, I'd say Maleficent from Sleeping Beauty because she freaks me out and she's pretty badass.

15. Name one thing you love about yourself?

I love the fact that I'm overall a very positive person! I'm the eternal optimist in my family, and among my friends too. I'm that persistently blinding ray of sunshine amid lots of gray clouds, and I like that.

16. TBH...

I would love to have skipped a few of the bumps along the way in my life so far, but I realize that might change who I am now. So it's sometimes sad to think about the things I regret, but I just remind myself it's helped me become the person I am now.

17. What is your favorite shirt/dress/pants/jacket/hoodie/any piece of
clothing? Attach a picture.

Oh, this is VERY easy. I actually have an entire outfit that I really like, and I've worn it nearly every year since I got here in 2010. It's this bright yellow and pink dress that my mom got me from Bangkok, paired with my favorite brown cowboy boots.

18. Word that best describes you?

Optimist. Because I always find the silver lining in the clouds, see the glass half full instead of half empty and try to stay encouraging and happy with others.

19. Favorite app?

I'm very attached to the Twitter app. I just like being able to keep in touch with everyone I'm friends with via my phone. But if we're thinking about non-social media apps, I'm most attached to the Spotify app, because I love music.

20. What food do you crave right now? Attach a picture.

Oh gosh, this is an easy one. I'm craving the kind of chicken inasal that you can only get in Bacolod. It's one of my favorite dishes ever, and though there are attempts to replicate it here, nothing's quite the same.

21. What's the thing you can't live without?

Hate to be all philosophical for this one, but love. I don't think I can live without love.

22. What's your happy place?

I'm usually at my happiest when I'm surrounded by people I love. It doesn't really matter where we are, or what we're doing; all that matters is the company.

23. You just murdered someone. How would you dispose of their body?
(Examples: throw it in the ocean, bury it, dissolve it Breaking Bad
style) We're just curious, promise. :)

I'd probably burn the body, to leave as little evidence as possible.

24. Attach a selfie!

Here's a fairly recent one, which I also shared on Instagram! I'm just really in love with these heart-shaped sunglasses.

25. Links on where to find you?

You know what to do! Check out her links, follow and enjoy just as we did. Stay tuned for next week's featured blogger! Byieee <3! 

Interviewing Qing Pineda: Week 6


This week's featured blogger is Qing Pineda! Continue reading to get to know her! 

1.       Share your favorite 
joke or chat-up line.
I don’t have.

2. Most embarrassing moment?
My ultimate crush caught me staring at him.

3. Zodiac sign?

4. Most daring thing you've ever done?
I wear swimsuit, not sure if its daring.

5. If you were about to be dropped in a pit of lava, what would you
choose as your last words?
My family will remain in my heart.

6. Who is your favorite cartoon character?
Hello Kitty

7. When you were a kid, what was the thing that was understood by
everyone but misinterpreted by you? (Example: ______ used to wonder
why people said that there was 0% interest. She means why would anyone
buy it if it wasn't even the slightest bit interesting?)

8. Who is your favorite blogger?
Keiko Lynn

9. Future plans?
To be a licence Flight Operation Officer. 

10. Animal that you would own as a pet? (Birds, cats, dogs, fishes,
bunnies, and guinea pigs not allowed)
Still cats.

11. Do you believe ants are nutritious?

12. Star Wars or Star Trek?
Star Wars!!!

13. Favorite superhero?
Capt. America

14. Favorite super villain?

15. Name one thing you love about yourself?
Passionate on something that I really love to do.

16. TBH...

17. What is your favorite shirt/dress/pants/jacket/hoodie/any piece of
clothing? Attach a picture.

18. Word that best describes you?

19. Favorite app?

20. What food do you crave right now? Attach a picture.

21. What's the thing you can't live without?

22. What's your happy place?

23. You just murdered someone. How would you dispose of their body?
(Examples: throw it in the ocean, bury it, dissolve it Breaking Bad
style) We're just curious, promise. :)

Burn the body into ashes

24. Attach a selfie!

25. Links on where to find you?

Follow her links! =) 
Stay tuned for next week's featured blogger. Xx

Book Blitz: Fan Art by Sarah Tregay

Fan Art
Release Date: 06/17/14
Harper Teen

Summary from Goodreads:
When the picture tells the story…

Senior year is almost over, and Jamie Peterson has a big problem. Not college—that’s all set. Not prom—he’ll find a date somehow. No, it’s the worst problem of all: he’s fallen for his best friend.

As much as Jamie tries to keep it under wraps, everyone seems to know where his affections lie, and the giggling girls in art class are determined to help Jamie get together with Mason. But Jamie isn’t sure if that’s what he wants—because as much as Jamie would like to come clean to Mason, what if the truth ruins everything? What if there are no more road trips, taco dinners, or movie nights? Does he dare risk a childhood friendship for romance?

This book is about what happens when a picture reveals what we can’t say, when art is truer than life, and how falling in love is easy, except when it’s not. Fan Art explores the joys and pains of friendship, of pressing boundaries, and how facing our worst fears can sometimes lead us to what we want most.

Available from:
Amazon * Barnes & Noble * Kobo * Book Depository

An Excerpt from Fan Art, by Sarah Tregay:
Chapter Four
No. No, no. No.
I did not just do that. I can’t believe I just did that! Mason and I have been friends since third grade, and I have never looked at him like that. Other guys, yeah, but not him. It should be in the Bible. Thou shalt not check out thy best friend. 
I wait a minute to catch my breath and the last shred of my sanity before I follow Mason into the locker room. I head for the sinks and splash water onto my face in an attempt to straighten out my thoughts. I’m okay with bent thoughts—I have them all the time—but checking out Mason? That’s going too far. He’s my best friend. And everyone knows friend crushes are the worst—even guy-girl friend crushes—drama, angst, broken hearts, you name it. It’s bad—real bad. And straight-guy-gay-guy friend crushes? I don’t even want to think about that apocalypse.
I take a deep breath and watch as the water collects along my upper lip. I mouth the words, Mason. Is. Not. Cute.
An Excerpt from Fan Art, by Sarah Tregay:
Chapter Six
In art, Ms. Maude has the lights off and the projector on, and we’re flying through art history at breakneck speed. We started the semester with the cave paintings in Lascaux and, with three weeks of classes to go, we are up to Marcel Duchamp and his urinal. Ms. Maude is certain we’ll get up to present-day art by the end of the term, but the class has a bet going—most of the girls say she will and the guys say she won’t.
I write $1 in my notebook and slide it across the table to Eden.
In my pocket, she writes back.
I’m about to write No way when Ms. Maude leaps ahead half a decade and sums up Dadaism in one sentence. No fair. She segues to the Bauhaus, and I know I should be listening. Those Bauhaus dudes are the founding fathers of graphic design.
But I’m not listening. You going to prom? I write. Again I slide my notebook to Eden.
She looks at me, an are-you-crazy? expression on her face.
I gesture at the note.
She writes something. Slides the notebook back. No.
Why not? I scribble.
She doesn’t wait for me to pass the notebook; she just reaches over and writes. No date.
Be mine.
She looks at me again then writes: I thought you were gay.
I freeze. How the hell does she know?
Eden takes the paper back before I write anything. And you want to go to prom with me?
Not possible, she scribbles.
Why not?
Ms. Maude glances our way, and Eden pretends she’s taking notes on the lecture. When she slides my notebook back, it reads: You’re out of my league. Not to mention the wrong gender.
The wrong gender? I try not to look surprised and I ignore that part. What league?
The popular one.
I’m not popular. I’m in band.
Eden sighs as if I’m clueless, and she pushes my notebook back at me without an answer.
Please, I write. I didn’t know dating involved so much persuasion. 
Because you’re cool. I offer her the notebook.
She reads my note and shakes her head.
I try again. Because I want to get to know you better.
She fake gags on her finger.
Because I’ll have a good time if you’re there.
Eden smiles.
And I have a prom date. 
Undercover with Sarah Tregay’s Novel Fan Art
Guest Post by Sarah Tregay
I listen to a lot of audio books, and from time to time I’ll read something on a Kindle. While both are convenient ways to get immersed in a story, I miss seeing the book itself. Because I am a graphic designer in my day job, I enjoy the little details in a printed book, such as the typeface, an illustration, or a beautiful chapter heading. Hardcover books are a treat because you can peek under the jacket and see the art on the binding.
So, in case you borrow a copy of Fan Art from your library or read it on your iPad, here is the art under the cover:
Also, Melissa DeJesus did an amazing job illustrating the graphic short story within Fan Art:

About the Author
Raised without television, Sarah Tregay started writing her own middle grade novels after she had read all of the ones in the library. She later discovered YA books, but never did make it to the adult section. When she's not jotting down poems at stoplights, she can be found hanging out with her "little sister" from Big Brothers Big Sisters. Sarah lives in Eagle, Idaho with her husband, two Boston Terriers, and an appaloosa named Mr. Pots. Her next book, Fan Art, will be released in June.
Author Links:

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Interviewing Deadly Darlings: Week 5

Week five's featured blogger is Aimee a.k.a Deadly Darlings! You know the drill, we interview different bloggers and we feature them in our blog every week. 

Get to know Aimee, an awesome book blogger who's almost just the same age with me. Hahaha. 
1. Share you favorite joke or chat-up line. "When I see lovers' names carved in a tree, I don't think its cute. I just think it's crazy how many people bring knives on a date."

2. Most embarrassing moment? LOL. There are so many. Well, something book related... When I attended the Mafi/Riggs/Rossi signing, I carried 7 books on stage and dropped them! It was embarrassing since there were hundreds of people watching the signing.

3. Zodiac sign? Leo. :)

4. Most daring thing you've ever done? Tricked and messed with my teachers even if it wasn't April 1st, lol.

5. If you were about to be dropped in a pit of lava, what would you choose as your last words? I would bring my phone out, look for wi-fi and tweet something like "#dying #literally."

6. Who is your favorite cartoon character? Winnie the Pooh!

7. When you were a kid, what was the thing that was understood by everyone but misinterpreted by you? Why women have periods. Basically I thought my mom was dying when I saw a patch of blood on her shorts.

8. Who is your favorite blogger? Tough question. I don't have a favorite, since all bloggers have different styles, personalities and topics. It all depends, really.

9. Future plans? Get a job. Get rich. Buy all the books.

10. Animal that you would own as a pet? All the pets we've ever had always end up dead. (We've had 2 frogs, 1 hamster and a lot of fish.)

11. Do you believe ants are nutritious? Um, well. No?

12. Star Wars or Star Trek? I've never watched either, but I like Yoda and Darth Vader, so Star Wars, I guess.

13. Favorite superhero? Iron Man. Tony Stark has sass.

14. Favorite super villain? Poison Ivy or the Joker.

15. Name one thing you love about yourself? If we're being honest, my voice is one of the only things I love about myself. I love public speaking and the likes, so my voice is definitely something I love.

16. TBH... I like marshmallows. So if you see me, feed me.

17. What is you favorite shirt/dress/pants/jacket/hoodie/any piece of clothing? Although I've never worn one, I love this:

18. Word that best describes you? Bipolar.

19. Favorite app? Depends on the phone, haha! Maybe Twitter.

20. What food do you crave right now?

21. What's the thing you can't live without? Oxygen.

22. What's your happy place? Anywhere that isn't over 20 degrees Celsius. Or anywhere with air conditioning.

23. You just murdered someone. How would you dispose of their body? I'd hide it under someone's car.

24. Attach a selfie!

Follow follow and follow! Hope you enjoyed this week's featured blogger and stay tuned next week!!! 

Happy Father's Day to all the Dads out there! <3 

Book Tour: Forever Layla by Melissa Turner Lee

What if the woman you envied most is the person you are destined to become?

In 1994, high school senior David Foster was the lackey and soundboard geek for his best friend's grunge band. During spring break, the band lands a dream gig playing at a motel in Myrtle Beach, SC. David expected all the girls to ogle the guys on stage, but when a beautiful blond "Bond Girl" approaches him and calls him by name, he's shocked to find out she knows more about him than a stranger should.

She even knows about his notebooks and his visions of time travel.

What she thought was a quick time-travel-sightseeing trip takes a surprising turn when she meets the young adult version of the man she'd heard stories about as a child. His fairy-tale romance with the woman he'd loved, Layla, inspired her to accept nothing less than a love just as strong...but hopefully not as tragic. When she won't tell the younger version of him her name, he calls her Layla--and the world as she knows it changes forever.

 Melissa has wrote a book so unique, that it would just keep you reading non-stop. I mean it. I highly recommend this book since it's a mixture of a lot of genres ( YA, Contemporary, Sci-fi, Fantasy, Romance and time-travel)  When I started reading Forever Layla, I already knew it was going to be amazing, and definitely worth reading. These first impressions of mine didn't turn me down. I loved how the book was well-written and how the plot had the perfect development. The thing that I love most about David and Layla was even though there relationship was moving too fast, you would feel their hearts telling them that they have a connection. A connection, so deep that they wouldn't and couldn't leave each other even though some people are against them. One of the things I realized too was that the story seems to be predictable, but it's totally different from what you would think will happen next. This is the first time I have read any of Melissa Turner Lee's books, and I now know who my next favorite author would be. I would say that all the beautiful adjectives there are, aren't even enough to describe how brilliant this book is. 

Rating 4.5/5

 1. Smells Like Teen Spirit- Nirvana
2. Man In the Box- Alice in Chains
3. Heart Shaped Box- Nirvana
4. You & I - One Direction
5. Come as You Are- Nirvana

Melissa Turner Lee holds a BA in Communications with a concentration in Journalism from the University of South Carolina. She has studied fiction writing since 2008, attending various writing conferences and workshops, along with guidance from professional writing coaches. She resides in Spartanburg, SC with her husband and 3 sons.
Twitter: @MelissaTLee1975

Book Tour: A French Princess in Versailles by Anna Adams

Series: The French Girl #3
Release date: June 30th 2014

Synopsis via Goodreads:
Determined to escape her failed pop career and focus on her classical training, Maude Laurent moves back to France and enrolls at the prestigious National Academy of Arts. 
Between balls, charity events, concerts, and navigating in the French elite, Maude has to prove she’s cut out to become a professional opera singer in a world where pop music is regarded with disdain. 
Though she fights it, her past catches up with her when she meets an English teacher who forces her to see a world beyond the safety of the Academy and takes her down an unusual musical journey where the risk is great and the reward uncertain. And when a chain of events bring her and Matt back in the same town, Maude will learn that music can bring people closer or tear them apart forever.

Born in France, raised partly in the United States and in France, Anna Adams grew up loving stories in French and English. 
Anna currently lives in Paris where she studies at la Sorbonne as a Law Student. 
She's the author of the French Girl series for which she is writing the the third installment. 
When she isn't writing, Anna likes to travel in Europe and dreams of going to Asia and Africa.

Book in Review: Hexed by Michelle Krys

Title: Hexed
Author: Michelle Krys
Hardcover: 384 pages
Format: ARC
Publisher: Delacorte Press
Publication Date: June 10, 2014 
Rating: 2/5

Witchcraft is one of the many paranormal elements that I've always been curious about, especially because it is a folklore that is rarely explored in popular culture aside from the famous Sabrina the Teenage Witch. I was very glad to pick up Hexed because i haven't read as much witch books compared to any other obscure paranormal book ranging from unicorns, zombies, vampires, werewolves etc. 

Generally, Hexed follows the normal paranormal/supernatural genre formula: girl is normal then one day when she comes of age she becomes supernatural and becomes exposed to a whole new world. While we see her learn to use such supernatural ability, good and bad forces collide and she has to save the world because of a prophecy or because of any other responsibility that was thrust upon her by external factors. Along the way, she meets a hot guy who is also paranormal, may be a bad guy, or add some other twist here. He ends up to be actually good and they save the world and wait for their next adventure in book 2!

Hexed sure was an interesting read and I was never bored reading it, but I felt like it is a bit too laughable even in parts that are supposedly serious.

I really wanted to like this book. I really did.

Instead, I'll just slam my face to the wall.

Following the formula for writing a supernatural book is okay, but Hexed adds NOTHING to what we already have in witch lit. The plot is not at all unique and the characters aren't even extraordinary. What I can say though is that they are realistic. Realistic if most teenagers today are complete assholes and whiney douchelords who only care about their problems. I tried really hard to like Indie, but I guess she's just not likeable. At first, I liked the fact that she is a popular girl who is concerned about her clothes and looks and that she's not a loner emo girl who's trying to find her place in this world like most other protagonists. However, her development as a character is slow if nonexistent. So she finally breaks up with her asshole boyfriend and ends her 9 year friendship with what's her name. Her mom dies. It was nice to see her cutting off all the toxic people out of her life and doing something for herself, but throughout the book that is ALL she does - doing things for her own benefit. Everything she does is for her own personal gain, and even befriending Paige is a selfish act on her part and I hated how everything that happens she makes it all about her and what she wants. In the end, she doesn't become any smarter or a better person.

Bishop is also one of the worst love interests ever because he is a sexist pig who keeps objectifying Indie and making disgusting misogynistic statements. I was disgusted with his naked Betty Boop tattoo and all his sexual innuendo and it's not because I'm a prude, but because I really can't stand jerks who "get the girl" in the end when he doesn't deserve anything at all. The part when they are stuck in the sewers and he practically drools over Indies half naked body and he gives her clothes which Indie describes as "short and skanky" and is actually amused with himself is just the most disgusting thing ever. He also starts out as this stalkerish kid who follows Indie around, and all the backhanded comments he gives her, like remarking about cheerleaders have a brain after all, laughing at how Indie butt shaked during the game,  are just annoying and makes him irredeemable as a love interest.

I also found the world building incredibly lacking. I was very interested about the magic part and the battle between the witches and sorcerers. But they didn't even address what they are fighting about in the first place- all we know is that there was a war and that there are these cartoon villains out to get the witches. What baffled me even more about the book is how little the magic there actually is. I really wanted to see more of her training as a witch but there is next to zero magic involved in it (there's more kissing between her and Bishop) and the magic they possess is actually laughable and not just believable. I mean magic is not realistic at one bit but there must be laws, like how could you conjure creatures out of nothing? I just couldn't seem to understand the folklore of their magic.

Hexed could've easily been one of the best paranormal books I've read in a while, but the treatment of the story is not at all executed properly. 

Honestly? It is by far one of the biggest disappointments this year and it just read to me like bad fanfiction.

Interviewing Laura: Week 4 (Loki Rocks!)

A new Sunday, a new featured blogger!  It's already Week 4 of our little feature, and we are loving how this is turning out. Why don't we get to know this week's featured blogger? MEET:

She's a teacher, a wife and a mom of two. Loves reading, reviewing and recommending books. Blogger and contributor to I actually think she's an awesome mom! =) Comment down below what you think!

1. Share your favorite joke or chat-up line.
Be there or be square.

2. Most embarrassing moment? 
I have many, most of which occur when I am tripping over my own feet.  I'd say the worst was when I ran into a fence on a small dirt-bike after bragging about what a good rider I was.

3. Zodiac sign?

4. Most daring thing you've ever done?
White water rafting
Zip lining

5. If you were about to be dropped in a pit of lava, what would you choose as your last words?
Oh shit!  Or the clean version, ahhhhhhhhhh!!!!!

6. Who is your favorite cartoon character?
Marvin the Martian 

7. When you were a kid, what was the thing that was understood by everyone but misinterpreted by you? (Example: ______ used to wonder why people said that there was 0% interest. She means why would anyone buy it if it wasn't even the slightest bit interesting?)
I miss a lot of things, it is in my nature.  When I was young, my mother used to ask me if I thought money grew on trees.  Well, I didn't think it actually grew there but I did think there was an unlimited supply coming from some magical place.

8. Who is your favorite blogger?
I like a lot of blogs but I would say Shouldbereading is a favorite and of course SheReads because I review for them.

9. Future plans?
Less work, more sleep and time with family.

10. Animal that you would own as a pet? (Birds, cats, dogs, fishes, bunnies, and guinea pigs not allowed)
 Cats and dogs are my favorite but I have had all of the above in the past. I don't recommend the guinea pig, they poop too much. 

11. Do you believe ants are nutritious?
 Hmmm... Maybe if they were covered in dark chocolate.  Wouldn't that add some vitamins to them?

12. Star Wars or Star Trek? 
Totally Star Wars.  No contest.

13. Favorite superhero?
Iron Man and Captain America are in a tie for first right now in my fantasies. 

14. Favorite super villain?
 Loki rocks!

15. Name one thing you love about yourself.
 I think I am a good mom and my eye color is a cool shade of blue.

16. TBH...
There needs to be more than 24 hours in my day.  Oh... And I think mean people suck.

17. What is your favorite shirt/dress/pants/jacket/hoodie/any piece of clothing? Attach a picture.
Any oversize hoodie.  I just find them to be extremely comfortable and warm.

18. Word that best describes you?

19. Favorite app?
Nook for reading and Candy Crush. I actually have a ton of favorites!

20. What food do you crave right now? Attach a picture.
Right now?  Chocolate or vanilla ice cream with paint butter and chocolate chips.  Yum!!

21. What's the thing you can't live without?
My kids and dark chocolate.  I know that's two.  I don't follow directions well.

22. What's your happy place?
My bed with a book or watching X-files reruns.

23. You just murdered someone. How would you dispose of their body?(Examples: throw it in the ocean, bury it, dissolve it Breaking Bad style) We're just curious, promise. :)
Tie some cinder blocks to it and dump in deep water... I guess.

24. Attach a selfie!

25. Links on where to find you?
Twitter: @lagnella

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