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A Q&A. My Answers to YOUR Questions!

Hey guys! Awhile back, I announced that I was going to be doing a Q&A for 100 followers (thanks again!!) …. here I am today and ready to answer your questions.

Hopefully, you’ll learn more about me in this post! Thanks for asking me all these questions! 🙂

Let’s get started. 😀

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Abigail asks…

What is your favorite Bible verse and why?

Oh, wow… um, that’s really hard… I love verses like Proverbs 3:5-6, John 3:16, Psalm 9:1, 1 Corinthians 10:31, Psalm 118:8… so many others!! It’s too hard to choose just one. 😉
Who are some of your role models (if you have them)?

My role models are the people in my life who inspire me to be a better friend, person, and most importantly, Christian. <3
Do you like reading non-fiction? If so, what are your top five books?

I do like reading non-fiction, but I definitely don’t read as much of it as I would like…. 😉 (if you have any non-fiction recommendations, tell me in the comments!!)

My top five books… (in no particular order)

  1. The Hiding Place by Corrie Ten Boom
  2. The Little Britches series by Ralph Moody
  3. All Creatures Great & Small by James Herriot
  4. The Laura Ingalls Wilder series by Laura Ingalls Wilder
  5. Carry On, Mr. Bowditch by Jean Lee Latham


If you could go to ten places in the world, where would they be?

Um. (again in no particular order)

  1. all the states in the U.S.A.
  2. Israel
  3. France
  4. Italy
  5. Australia
  6. somewhere is South America
  7. somewhere where it snows in the winter
  8. Canada
  9. England
  10. a big meet-up with all my blogging friends

Honestly, I’m not completely sure. XD


Keziah asks…

Well, what is your favorite food?

I don’t think I have one favorite food…. except maybe hamburgers. XD
How many books do you think you have read in your entire life?

Thousands, probably! 😉
What is your favorite color?

Blue or purple. 🙂


Grace asks…

If you were a sock, where would you hide?

Somewhere where no one could find me? If I was sock hiding in my house, I’d hide under my stack of long-sleeve shirts in my dresser. I never look under there. XD


Aria asks…

What is your favorite flower?

Oh, that’s tough… I really love how Bougainvillea looks when it’s in full bloom. So pretty! 😀
What is your favorite wildflower?

I think Cosmos are wildflowers? Anyway, they’re a very pretty and cheerful flower. 🙂
What’s your favorite thing about where you live?

My family and friends that live there! <3 Also the almond blossoms in spring.
What is your dream job?

To be a mom. 🙂
Where are three places you’d like to travel to?

Take a look at my hesitant top ten list at the beginning of this post and choose three. There ya go. 😉


Julia asks…

Why did you start blogging?

Because in… wait, let me think… in… um. I wanna say Dear Pen Pal by Heather Vogel Frederick, but I’m not sure if that’s correct. Well anyway, in one of those books in that series, one of the main characters, Megan started a blog. It was a fashion blog, but it got me interested in the blogging world and here I am! 😀
What’s something you’ve learned through blogging?

I’ve learned a lot of things…

  • I’ve read many inspiring posts that taught me things about God
  • I feel like I maybe have become better at managing my time?
  • I’ve become a better photography and writer

Everyone’s life is a story, when yours comes to an end, what message do you want your story to tell?

That God will be there for you, no matter what.
In a world where the meaning of your name decides what type of person you are/your personality, what would you want your name to be?

Ooh, Julia, you ask good questions!! XD

I’m not exactly sure… I’d have to think about that one! Maybe a name that meant faithful follower of God or something along those lines.


Faye asks…

Do you enjoy frisbee?

Probably? I haven’t played with one in a very long time. XD
Do you play any sports?

Unless you count an occasional game of knock-out basketball with friends, then no!
Are your dogs (if you have any) interior decorators in the sense that they enjoy moving the furniture around?

I actually don’t have dogs, but good questions! 😂


Kaitlyn asks…

Do you play an instrument? If so, what is it?

I play piano! 🙂
Who’s your favorite music artist?

I honestly have no idea… I listen to a lot of people. Maybe TobyMac or Citizen Way?
Where’s your favorite place to read?

Either curled up in a chair or stretched out on the couch. 😛


Vaishnavi asks…

Do you like pineapple on pizza?

I don’t think I’ve ever had it, so I’m not sure! 😉


A quirk?

I don’t know. XD
Why is a raven like a writing desk?

Um… no clue. You tell me. 😛


Rosy asks…

Are you allergic to anything?

Yep. Pecan and walnut pollen and probably other things too.
If you had to stay one age forever, what age would you choose?

I have NOOO idea.
What’s your least favorite color?

Um… I don’t really have one?

Maybe like an olive green? I mean, some shades can be pretty, but yeah…
What’s one thing you hate?

When people litter and dump trash in the country specifically. :/


Pearl asks…

Favorite book genre?

Ohh… honestly, I just read a lot of everything! XD
Your favorite word?

I like lots of words! 😉
How many books are on your bookshelf(s)? 😉

124? Plus the ones that my parents own. 😀 I’m working on it. 😉
A fictional character who is a lot like you?

I’m not sure… for my writing, I feel like I’ve put some of myself into my characters. Maybe more Jane. 🙂
An author who impacted/inspired your writing?

Maud Hart Lovelace (Betsy-Tacy series).


What is your favorite movie made from a book?

I liked The Lion, The Witch, & The Wardrobe movie! 😀


Penny asks…

What’s the best thing you’ve ever eaten?

An apple after a long hike… that was a really good apple!
Favorite book ever?

*runs away*
If you could only pick reading or writing for the rest of your life, what would it be?

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Dog or cat?

I love both! 😀
Which one is more fun for you: writing in your novel, or writing blog posts?

Um. Depends on if I have writing block or not. XD


Libby asks…

Oreo’s, original, double stuffed or thins?

Double stuffed. I actually haven’t had Oreos in awhile… yum.
Peanut butter, yay or nay?

Have you read all the way through the Bible? If so, how old were you?

Come back and ask me at the end of this year… it’s a new year resolution! 🙂



Emma asks…

Snail Mail or email?

Snail Mail! I love having pen-pals. 🙂
Favorite holiday?

Christmas or Easter. 😀
Favorite book of all time? (*cackles evilly* Yes. I know it’s a hard question.)

*runs away again, but considers The Mysterious Benedict Society*

Anna asks…

Can you describe your hair color as if you were the protagonist in an ooold book? You know what I mean… “aquiline brow” “glowing rosey complexion” or some such dramatic description that doesn’t quite make sense. 


It is normally a drab brown color that often looked as though the wind were playing with it, but when in the light, it seemed as if it had a reddish undertone.

Well… I don’t think I did a very good job with that, but my hair is brown. XD


Kaelyn asks…

Lemonade or hot chocolate?

Depends on the season… maybe lemonade. 😉
Cats or dogs?

I love both!
Scrunchies or hair bands?

Hair bands… I hardly use them as is, but I don’t really ever use scrunchies. XD The only thing I do with my hair is braid it… it hurts too much when it’s in a ponytail.
Roses or Lavender?

Ummm…. roses!


Grace asks…

Do you play music?

On the piano, yes!! 😀
Favorite weather?

Sunny and warm…. not what it is while I’m writing this post. XD
Your outfit/clothing style?

  • shirts
  • skirts
  • sneakers
  • leggings if it’s cold

There you have it! 😀

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Long post, but yay! I answered all your questions! 😀


What was your favorite questions I asked? Did you learn more about me? Have you ever hosted a Q&A? Any non-fiction reading recommendations for me? (or any recommendations at all for that matter?) Now. Here’s a challenge for you. YOU try and answer Anna’s question:

Can you describe your hair color as if you were the protagonist in an ooold book? You know what I mean… “aquiline brow” “glowing rosey complexion” or some such dramatic description that doesn’t quite make sense.

See you later!

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  1. Nice post!
    For non-fiction I’d suggest reading “God’s Smuggler”, “To a Different Drum” (by Dr. Pauline Hamilton), and “He’s Making Diamonds” by S.G. Willoughby. (The first two are biographies). These books are really awesome and truly show God’s greatness! I loved reading them!

    PS. (though, just so you know, “To a Different Drum” handles some sensitive things like suicide, as it is about a young woman who God sends to be a missionary to delinquent boys).


  2. NICEEE!
    Yeah, my favorite book has always been Winnie The Horse Gentler, but I think it’s time for me to grow up. But I don’t want to let the author down because I’m her biggest fan and I talk with her sometimes so….. Although, today I’m going to the library. Any book suggestions?
    Her complexion was tan with a hint of light olive, her hair was like an oak tree’s trunk in the Morning Sun. Her eyes were blue yet with a hint of grey…….

    1. Thanks! 🙂

      Ohh… um, let’s see. Have you read the Betsy-Tacy series by Maud Hart Lovelace, the Penderwicks series by Jeanne Birdsall, and the Mother-Daughter Book Club series by Heather Vogel Frederick?

      Haha, great job! 😀

  3. Hey Liz! I’ve heard a bunch about you and I’m finally here at your blog yayyy! Also, I <3 The Mysterious Benedict Society and also the Heather Vogel Frederick series you're talking about is the Mother-Daughter Book Club. It was pretty enjoyable! And yup, Megan definitely grew on me!
    Ok, for the old-timey description challenge:

    Her skin was the color of a ripe hazelnut, cracked in half. She had dark chocolate eyes and midnight black waves flowing past her shoulders.
    *conveniently forgets to mention dorky glasses and fritzy flyaways*

    Ok, cya and sorry for the eternally long comment! I hope you still want to be friends (reveals ulterior motive)
    ~Aditi xx

  4. Super fun 😀
    oooh, that question is going to be a challenge! I’ll try. xD

    Tresses like pieces of the midnight black sky fell over her shoulders, often curtaining her cocoa eyes. On other days, if you saw her, you would be surprised to find the appearance of her head to be in a very different, almost-alarming state: her hair would be in curls and frizzy flyaways that stuck out in every direction to the effect of a bush and put in someone’s mind the thought of having been electrocuted.

    Well, after the first sentence it kinda went downhill and not-so many oldish words. 😉 But that was fun!

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