Hard to believe but I actually do these things and forget to post them. When I remember, it’s a week too late – even more – and so the posts just sit in draft mode. But I’m hoping to do it this week, which will probably be the first for 2016.
Yes, it has been so long because I took almost six months off wandering the halls of Facebook trying to be a romance author marketing her books (it was horrible, thank you for asking – I have to come to realize that I am primarily a blogger).
So, where was I? Oh, right, Share Your World, Week 26.
What’s your most memorable (good or bad) airplane flight?
It’s probably a tie between sitting in First Class on a flight to New York next to a retired violinist who worked with Isaac Stern, and years later, on another flight to New York, sitting in Coach next to a neurologist (“I’m a neurologist, not a urologist”) and talking about recent studies he was doing on the correlation of migraines and temporomandibular joint syndrome (TMJ syndrome) among people who used to wear orthodontic braces when they were younger, and he was open to exploring the benefits of massage therapy on said migraines and TMJ syndrome. Both of them made me wish the flight went longer than they did.
How many bones, if any, have you broken?
Knock on wood, none.
If you had your own talk show, who would your first three guests be? (guest can be dead, alive, famous or someone you just know)
Neil Gaiman, the late Frank McCourt, and the very late Charlotte Brontë
Make a Currently List:
Reading: A cozy mystery ARC (advance reader copy) of Drop Dead Handsome by M.C. Scott.
Watching: Game of Thrones Season 6 finale
Listening: My 6-year old telling me a story he wrote
Eating: A cheese quesadilla
Needing: A publicist
Missing: Someone who’s currently on vacation