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January 11, 2019

Q & A Friday #1

Every other Friday or which ever Friday I think to do this, I'm going put this up and readers can ask me anything — even questions that have nothing to do with me. Of course I might not be able to answer all the questions so I would reply with NA — Not Answerable.

Why do this? I recently read a blog post that said how much bloggers are no longer being personal, that is, they seem more interested in other things and seeing how impersonal I am, I thought readers should get to know me even if just a little bit. I may regret this and delete this post later but at the moment, I actually do want to do this. So ask me a question or two or three or whatever you feel like. 

P.S. if you post your own Q & A, let me know. I'll go and ask you some questions although they might be silly questions.

P.P. S. I just updated my hello page with added text if you care to read it, it's here.


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    1. here's a few that comes to mind right now - strawberries, chicken congee, chicken soup, baked potatoes, fries which is almost the same as potatoes, doritos chips, chocolate milk, doesn't sound like much of a variety...

      thank you & have a lovely day.

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    1. too many favorite books to list but I do read a lot of science fiction/fantasy books and books like Anne of Green Gables which I can't decide what category it should be, it's not historical fiction, it's not contemporary but it's books that are of human interest, maybe it's a bit like feel-good books, I suppose.

      thanks for visiting & have a lovely day.

  3. How did you develop your artistic style? Did you go to art school or are you self-taught?

    1. I should be able to answer this but I really don't know. I did go to art school but I didn't draw like this until after art school so I suppose I developed it on a whim?

      in my experience, art school is not that great. the professors are more much into cultivating students with better talents and ignoring those with mediocre talent like me. I'm not saying art school is bad because I did learn to appreciate the fine art of art supplies. I love art supplies even if I don't use them much.

      I don't use paint, maybe color pencils or water colors but not really. I'm more into digital art than before though most of my art is hand drawn but they are digitally colored and some are completely digital. I think my skill at using software has somewhat led to better art, maybe?

      anyway, I don't know if I really have a style or not but I do have a certain way of creating art and I hope to get better at it or at least, learn to finish a piece and not abandon it and then pick it up years later - it's a habit I try not to do too often...

      thank you for visiting & have a lovely day.

  4. Who are some of your favorite sci authors?

    1. do you mean science fiction? to me most books that are science fiction are also fantasy or vice versa so there's not difference between the two according to me. I don't really have any favorite sci-fi/fantasy authors since I seem to read new authors all the time. but I'm going to list a few that I have read and loved:

      - alice hoffman - not really a sci-fi author, more contemporary but she writes in a way that sometimes feels like sci-fi or fantasy

      - roald dahl - I really love the matilda book and dahl's writing is just a lot of fun

      - patricia c. wrede - so I only read her 'enchanted forest' series but I love those

      - caleb krisp - I really love his 'Ivy Pocket' series, it's a lot of fun

      thank you for visiting & have a lovely day.

    2. I don't know Caleb Crisp but like all of the others. Fantastic Mr Fox is one of my favourite Dahl books - love the description of someone who is so short 'his nose would be under water in any swimming pool in the world' (which is a paraphrase).

  5. What's your favourite thing to do - besides making art or reading, that is?

    1. art/drawing & reading are two of my favorite things. I guess I could add organizing - I like arranging things, making them more organize, more fit to their spaces. shopping, maybe, but I seem to end up buying books instead. I guess 'trying a new hobby' is a favorite thing? I like to learn to do new things even if I'm bad at it because I think a person should always be learning even if you don't necessarily learn that new thing.

      I'm sure there are other favorite things I like to do but I can't remember them now.

      thanks for stopping by, have a lovely day.


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