I know a lot of you are waiting for the website to be updated - the plan is to have it done by next week sometime, so give me a few more days. :)
Also, if you want me to answer any questions for the FAQ page, email me at nalinisinghwrites @ gmail.com (without the spaces) with FAQ in the subject line. I can't promise to answer all the questions, but no harm in asking!
Now, onto today's reader interview! Today's interviewee is Daphne, and I must say, I'm loving her desert island priorities! (And she has fabulous taste in books *grin*)
1. Tell us a bit about yourself.
I'm a 20 year old from London, and a two-time uni dropout. It got in the way of my reading and writing, what can I say? I mostly live in my own world and always have a pair of headphones on, either plugged into my laptop or my iPod. I can't function without music!
2. Are you a hoarder or do you give your books away?
I either sell or donate most books I read, I only keep books I'm absolutely in love with. I'm really hard to please, therefore I end up letting go of nearly everything. I've kept all my Nalini Singh books, though. :)
3. What author might tempt you into turning stalker?
Again, it has to be Nalini. Your books are something special, and I find myself thinking about the Psy/Changeling world frequently. But don't be too alarmed, I'm a terribly courteous stalker.
4. How susceptible are you to chocolate?
Chocolate is currency in my world. I have a wicked sweet tooth and get cranky when I haven't satisfied it. I also love white chocolate, though my sister is always quick to remind me it isn't technically chocolate. But I don't care as long as it has sugar in it!
5. Favorite book? Why?
"The Kite Runner" by Khaled Hosseini. Every turn of the page was a revelation, a new emotion to be experienced. Beautifully written and utterly heartbreaking. I also love "The Sword and the Scimitar" by David Ball; it's an epic historical adventure that captivated me from the first page to the last.
6. If you knew you were going to be stuck on a desert island, what three things would you take with you?
Pictures of my family, a lifetime supply of chocolate, and Gerard Butler. *wink*
7. What did you eat for breakfast?
Jaffa Cakes. Not good. But so tasty.
8. How many books in your current to-be-read pile?
I just went crazy on amazon, so about 20. I recently left uni, and I don't have a job yet, so I don't know what possessed me. But...er, does anyone want to hire me? *grin*
9. Describe your idea of a perfect hero.
Intelligent, open-minded, kind, eccentric, and funny.
10. Which character in a book do you relate most with?
It has to be Bridget Jones. I always say the wrong thing or embarrass myself, but can laugh about it.