Friday, July 18, 2008

About Me featuring Lee

And last but by no means least we have Lee! Lee lives in Seattle and enjoys reading, photography and especially travel to Europe. Her favorite kinds of books are chick lit, contemporary and historicals.

Favorite Reading Position
Sitting on my couch

Best love song
If You Could Read My Mind by Gordon Lightfoot

Favorite Heroine
Gosh, that's a tough one. Probably Elizabeth in Pride & Prejudice.

Author everyone loves but you donʼt
Lisa Kleypas; she is okay, but I don’t understand why she is so popular.

If you could be in one book/series/world which would you pick
The Pink Carnation books by Lauren Willig

How old is your inside voice
18 ;)

Favorite sex song
Huh?

If you could be a hero who would you be
Not sure.

What heroine is most like you
Can't even imagine.

What heroine would you like to be
I'll say Mariana in "Mariana" by Susanna Kearsley.

Boxers, Briefs, boxer briefs, kilt (I say we add commando)
Boxers

Favorite book set on a tropical island
The Windflower by Laura London (partially set on a tropical island)

What hero is most like your significant other
No significant other.

What hero would you like to be your significant other
Mr. Darcy -- even if he is a little haughty, he's got a fabulous home.

If you were stuck on a desert island what 3 things would you bring
1. Books to read
2. Food and water
3. Camera; might as well take photos

Favorite drink to bring to the DIK party
Pepsi

13 comments:

Tracy said...

Hey Lee - great answers!

I love Mr. Darcy.
I still need to read Windflower - someday.

Camera - good choice. Better make it digital so you can download it on one of the solar powered laptops that the other girls are bringing! :)

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Carolyn Jean said...

Hey Lee!
I love that If You Could Read My Mind! sigh. And apparently you have Windflower. It sounds so great and everybody loves it! I'm glad you're bringing a camera, too.

lisabea said...

Isn't the windflower one of Sam's fav's too..and Kristie J? That book is on my list of books to read. Good thing we have it in the DIK library.


HI LEE!!!

Ana said...

If You Could Read My Mind by Gordon Lightfoot is one of my favorite songs as well! The original sang by himself of course, not the disco version.

Bridget Locke said...

Mr. Darcy's in my hut! Yay! :D

Katie Reus said...

Aww, great heroine choice. I love Elizabeth! No sex song huh? You've gotta listen to some Marvin Gaye ;)

JenB said...

I don't understand the Lisa Kleypas hype either. Good books, but not my favorite.

Great answers!

Sarai said...

Hey Lee I don't know why but for some reason I had it in my head you lived closer. IDK what I was thinking LOL! I still need to get Windflower.
Great answers and I LOVE your pic!

Christine said...

Whoever owns a copy of Windflower ought to send it on a book tour to the rest of us who have apparently been deprived of the most awesome reading experience.

... or I could try to find it at the library! lol ;p

Shannon said...

Oh! I really liked the first Pink Carnation book. I need to get the rest of them. Thanks for the reminder!

Christine- If your library has a copy of the Windflower you are one lucky girl. In the great, vast Chicago library system there is not a single copy. :(

susanna kearsley said...

Hi Lee.

Just had to say 'thanks' for including my book on your list -- I am honoured. (And glad to see you have a little Canadian thing going, there, with Gordon Lightfoot and myself!)(I've always been a sucker for his Bitter Green...)

Mariana's been out of print now for a while, but you might be happy to hear that my new UK publisher, Allison & Busby, are getting set to re-release it (in the States, as well).

Thanks again for the vote of confidence.

susanna kearsley said...

Hi Lee.

Just had to say 'thanks' for including my book on your list -- I am honoured. (And glad to see you have a little Canadian thing going, there, with Gordon Lightfoot and myself!)(I've always been a sucker for his Bitter Green, myself...)

Mariana's been out of print now for a while, but you might be happy to hear that my new UK publisher, Allison & Busby, are getting set to re-release it (in the States, as well).

Thanks again for the vote of confidence.

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