I've been Tagged! Yay! Thanks Mia from Aspiring Homemaker! I was wondering how long it would take for someone to tag me for something. :) (Hint-hint-hint...)
Here is what I and my lucky friends who are tagged by me have to do:
*Link the person who tagged you to your blog.
*Answer some questions
*And tag 4-6 other people and comment on their blogs to let them know they've been tagged!
This 'tag' had three questions to answer concerning authors. The first one is....Who is Your Favorite Author and why?
Well, I have many favorite authors, and choosing one from all of them was extremely difficult, they were all neck-and-neck, but in the photo finish Louisa May Alcott came out first. I love all her books, and they never get old. I'm currently re-reading Little Women, my big, thick, original and un-abridged version. I love the four March sisters, Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy, and how they're all so different. And I love the sequels, Little Men and Jo's Boys, the stories of how Jo March started a school for boys called "Plumfield". Louisa May Alcott also wrote several other stories including Jack and Jill, An Old Fashioned Girl, and Eight Cousins, and its sequel Rose in Bloom. All righty, moving on....
The second question was "Who Was your First Favorite Author and why?"
Hmmm....Oh what a hard question....I think L. M. Montgomery became my favorite author when I was eight years old, desperate for something good to read that was appropriate for an eight-year-old and that measured up to my reading level. She wrote the Anne of Green Gables series of 8 books, Anne of Green Gables, Anne of Avonlea, Anne of the Island, Anne of Windy Poplars, Anne's House of Dreams, Anne of Ingleside, Rainbow Valley, and Rilla of Ingleside. She also wrote the Emily trilogy, which I liked, about a girl who goes to live with her two spinster aunts on a farm.
And the third question was "Who is the most recent addition to your favorite authors and why?"
Definitely the Mally siblings! My heart was touched by Sarah's book "Before you Meet Prince Charming" and I wrote a review on it which you can find in my post archives, and "Making Brothers and Sisters Best Friends", written by Sarah, Stephen, and Grace Mally made me laugh hilariously and seriously think about my relationship with my two younger brothers.
That was fun! Thanks again, Mia from Aspiring Homemaker! And now, I get to choose who I want to tag!! Ha-ha-hah! :) I'll tag...
Mia - another Mia, different from the "Aspiring Homemaker" Mia!
Blessings to All my dear blogging friends,
and Remember...I love comments! Even if I didn't tag you, drop me a note and tell me your favorite author!