Questions I know you're dying to ask me:
You: Are the stories about you?
Me: I hope not. I hope they are not suppressed memories, but instead a
imagination. Now that I think about it, the first story about a neighbor and a mean child.... I'm kidding.
You: If the title is called Grim Tales of the Ruralhood, why don’t you post them on theRuralhood blog instead of Journaling Woman?
Me: Good question. And, there is a reason, but I will only tell you if you travel to MO and buy me lunch, if I’m available. J
You: What is your “real” hair color?
Me: Really, is that relevant here? Blond. No wait, brown. Red? I'm sorry I don't remember. But, I’m sure it has its own color under the highlight and lowlight--and starlight. We won’t mention the gray.
You: Would you like to turn this into an eBook?
Me: I'm actually thinking about it. Maybe—if I rewrite and add back some of the words I had to cut. There is back story on some that would have made the stories longer, that I could add back. But, I don’t know how to create an eBook. I’ll think about that tomorrow.
Me again: Whew, now I know how J.K. Rowling feels when she gives interviews. I think I'm ready to experience her wealth, though. Yes, I am.
You: Why did you decide to commit to the A-Z Challenge after all these years?
Me: Come on, it’s only been a couple of years. Joining, the Blogging from A to Z Challenge, takes a bit of commitment. Anyone can do it in their own way, with their own flavor. We all know, I have a problem with being told what to do and with commitment issues. But, I was ready to commit to the A-Z for the month of April. I’m looking forward to blog hopping and meeting new people and reading new things.
You: Will you do it next year?
Me: I’ll tell you next year.
You: How much do you weigh?
Me: Interview over!