A list of firsts for me.

I’ve entered the LV13 pitch contest and the contestants are participating in a blog hop. Feel free to get involved by clicking on the link at the end! Here are a few first memories for me!

  1. How do you remember your first kiss?
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It was a tragedy with a happy ending. My first REAL kiss was under a fur tree with this really cute guy. My only other experience was with this real winner who wanted to play tonsil hockey and so I thought that was how all guys kissed. As he leaned in, I opened my mouth wide and….well, I bit him in the face. I was so embarrassed and wined about how he’d never call me back. He just pulled me closer and said so sweetly, “I’ll teach you how.” I couldn’t help it. I had to marry him!

  1. What was your first favorite love song?mariah-carey-boyz-2-men-450ms092309

Mariah Carey and Boys to Men Sweet Day.

  1. What’s the first thing you do when you begin writing for the day?
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Make sure there is food and iced coffee within arms reach.

  1. Who’s the first writer who truly inspired you to become a writer?

Don’t laugh. Don’t judge. Stephanie Meyer.

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  1. Did the final revision of your first book have the same first chapter it started with?

Oh, heck no!

  1. For your first book, which came first: major characters, plot or setting?

Oh, wow that was a while back. I’m pretty sure it was setting first though because I remember wanting to write this one scene and the next thing I knew I’d written a book. I’m not even sure I intended to do that. It just happened and that experience lead to what I do today.

  1. What’s the first word you want to roll off the tip of someone’s tongue when they think of your writing?

More!

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8 thoughts on “A list of firsts for me.

  1. “More Please” – yes that is such a great feeling when the first thing someone says that! Your first kiss made me laugh, talk about a happy ending! 🙂

  2. Ah, another “inspired by Stephenie Meyer” – you’re in good company 😉 I’m also a year-round lover of iced coffee, even when I lived in Maine, brrrr.

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