All about You around the Blogosphere Tag

Many thanks to Kristina for tagging me!


Answer the questions below on your blog.

Tag at least a couple other bloggers.

Have them answer these questions!


What’s your favorite book/book series and why?

The Bible is my favorite non-fiction book.

For fiction, I have no idea. There are many books I enjoy, and I simply cannot choose. So I’m going to list one of my WIPs, Deceived. Thus far, this is the only book I haven’t been tempted to shelve or permanently discard. I love the characters and the plot and it’s the only thing I’ve written so far that I feel is worthy of being read. I actually like my writing in Deceived.

Who is your favorite author?

Penny Zeller and Karen Witemeyer for historical romance. Tolkien, Jules Vern, Jaye L. Knight, Gillian Bronte Adams, and Heather L.L. FitzGerald are the other five.

What is your favorite food?

Pasta. And homemade pumpkin muffins. You can’t go wrong with those two.

What gives you inspiration for your books?

A lot of things. Music is a big one, as is history. The Bible. The mountains; current and potentially future occurrences; writing prompts; poisonous plants and torture methods (I don’t think I have a book/series without at least one torture scene – it’s good for character development); weird questions and ideas my mind randomly cooks up; fairy tales; and Greek and Norse mythology.

If you could live anywhere, where would it be?

I’m going to echo what Kristina said: somewhere that values freedom. I’ll also say a fantasy world, since at least in books people have the spine to stand up and fight for their freedoms and faith.

Are you an introvert or an extrovert?

Introvert. There’s not a drop of extroversion in this girl.

If you had a warning label, what would yours say?

I am a writer. Disturb at your own risk.

I’m tagging you, fellow writer! If you do this tag, drop a comment and let me know.


8 thoughts on “All about You around the Blogosphere Tag

  1. Vanessa Hall


    This was so much fun! That’s so cool that your mom’s a writer, too! And I’m very intrigued by your book that you mentioned. 🙂 Just the title sounds intense. And torture for character development? Yup. I agree.
    (Do we authors have a problem? Hahahaha …)

    Great post!

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    • Madi's Musings

      Thank you! Yes, I am very proud of her (if you couldn’t already tell 😉 ). Aw, thanks! Someday it’ll be published. I hope. Well, Edgar Allen Poe did pen the quote, “I am a writer, therefore I am not sane”. I definitely think there’s merit that.

      Thank you! It was fun.

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  2. Amelie

    Tolkien, Jules Verne, and Gillian Bronte Adams! Yes! I love their stories (especially Lord of the Rings, my favorite book of all time). Around the World in Eighty Days has also been one of my favorite books since I first read an abridged version as a child.

    *whispers* Yeah…I’ve always been a sucker for torture scenes, too…

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    • Madi's Musings

      Yes! LOTR is my favorite too (especially the appendices in the back – those are the best). Same here on Around the world in Eighty Days! I read it for a homeschool assignment when I was 15 and couldn’t put it down. It’s probably my third favorite classic of all time, right after LOTR and The Hobbit.

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