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What ho, ya'll!

I've spent the last day and a half in the company of a bathmat. Today we celebrated my 21st birthday, and on top of that, it's that LorF meet time of year.

But the full account is for another time. For now, on with the questions. These were given to me by rigel_7. Good times.

1. What word have you always wanted to work into a conversation to show off your verbosity? And how do you imagine that going?
I use long words when I want to, and I find a reason too. Today, my brother mentioned that my dogs often vie to be the same distance away from people or food. I demanded to know why he didn't use the term "equidistant" to sound smarter. That's what I would have done.

2. You have a magic pen that allows you to rewrite a scene/ending for a novel of your choice. What is the scene, and how do you change it?
I'm going to cut Aragorn out of The Lord of the Rings. Or at the very least, have a few careful words with Eowyn. YOU CAN DO BETTER, LOVE!!!

3. Outline your master plan for taking over the world in 5 easy steps.

Step 1: Develop a genetic supervirus and a vaccine.
Step 2: Inject myself, my friends and anyone I am inclined to save, such as a labour force, with the vaccine.
Step 3: Release the virus into the warehouses supplying McDonalds.
Step 4: Wait.
Step 5: Reap rewards!!!

4. Do you have chapter titles for any of your writing? If so, pick 3 and explain why you chose them. If not then suggest what you could have titled them as.
No. I do have SOME titles worked out for the books of Questers, though. Terey Isabella is divided into three parts, so I shall talk about them instead.

Part 1 is called "A Simple Plan", purely because that is how the story begins. Gwynnie and her friend Veronica begin with a very simple plan to save the world. Towards the end of Part 1, they realise the plan is not quite as simple as they first thought.
Part 2 is called "The Monochrome Conspiracy" after a term Gwynnie uses in the first part, to describe the strange folk dressed in black or white who are following her. The second part is when this plot line comes to the forefront.
Part 3 is called "The Perfect Princess", which is a sort of ironic reuse of the term used at the beginning of the book. They've now realised the Perfect Princess is NOT perfect, and this part covers the connotations of this discover.

5. What is the strangest dream you've ever experienced?
Probably one of the murder mysteries. Like the one with the dwarf strangling another dwarf. And the murderer in the bowler hat. And the guy who spoke Swedish, only it wasn't Swedish, just words like "Volvo, Helsinki, Abba."

So... those are my answers. Does anyone want five questions?

Comments

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silver_pegasus
Jul. 8th, 2007 12:43 pm (UTC)
Yay another post from the good Kayt. You're doing so well with this and I look forward to the fact I know I have at least one entry from a friend to read each day. I especially enjoyed the diary entry from the Lady although I didn't comment on it.
If you feel like giving out questions feel free to throw some my way. 'Twill encourage me to post.
citizen_cam
Jul. 8th, 2007 02:21 pm (UTC)
Well, you're welcome to give me five questions, but they'd have to be bloody good ones to reveal anything new after twenty years.
avrazizzle
Jul. 8th, 2007 03:13 pm (UTC)
*hopes she's a candidate for the vaccine, because she loves McDonalds...* :/
sirgallivant
Jul. 8th, 2007 11:41 pm (UTC)
Didn't you also have a strange dream one time about releasing a bunch of government goats? ...priceless.
I wouldn't mind some questions. Like the good Tanya, it would encourage me to post in my be-tumbleweeded journal.
crazedturkey
Jul. 9th, 2007 02:21 am (UTC)
g'wan then. I'm up for wuestions :D
snowy_gem
Jul. 9th, 2007 10:20 am (UTC)
ooooh im in Kayt! question away!

also, tis good to see posts from you as well :)
mysticaingeal
Jul. 9th, 2007 10:32 am (UTC)
I feel all ignorant about the stories you are working on but Terey Isabella sounds really good! I would most definitely pick that off a book shelf. But if you ever do get it published, please, for the sake of all that is good, have a better cover than the original "Obernewtyn" cover. My that was horrid.

And there are lots of vegans and vegetarians that won't go into Maccas so you might need to work on that aspect of your plan.
flippyfrog
Jul. 9th, 2007 12:41 pm (UTC)
Question goodness!!


and... er... you won't go killing me, right? I'll get a vaccine, right?
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