Camy Tang is my guest blogger today. her second book, Only Uni, is now available. I “met” Camy online several years ago, and I had the opportunity to face-to-face meet her at the recent American Christian Fiction Writers Conference. She’s a petite dynamo whose faith and passion for helping people shine. Camy thought it might be fun to have a meme for a guest blog post, so here it is!
Favorite Sounds 1. Gurgling water in a stream or brook 2. Fire crackling 3. Rain falling outside
Least Favorite Sounds 1. Children crying 2. The vacuum cleaner—yes, I admit it, I’m afraid of my own vacuum cleaner. 3. A crying dog—it makes me feel sad.
Favorite Flavors of Candy 1. Chocolate 2. Peach 3. Melon
Biggest Fears 1. Heights 2. Captain Caffeine dying suddenly 3. Being raped
Biggest Challenges 1. Self-discipline for pretty much everything—eating, exercise, writing 2. Not buying yarn when there’s a SALE! 3. Getting up early in the morning
Favorite Stores 1. Amazon.com 2. Knitpicks.com 3. Trader Joe’s
Most Used Words 1. No way! 2. Um 3. What’s for dessert?
Favorite Pizza Toppings 1. Mushrooms 2. Sausage 3. Garlic
Movies Recently Watched 1. Pride and Prejudice (BBC miniseries, and YES, I watched it for like the 20th time) 2. Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End (Good, but a bit confusing and a bit sad, too) 3. Zodiac (good)
Favorite Fruits 1. Bing cherries 2. Seedless grapes 3. Blueberries
Favorite Vegetables1. Brussell sprouts—I kid you not! I just ate them for the first time a few months ago, and I LOVE them with garlic and butter! 2. Asparagus 3. Corn
Your turn! Leave your answers in the comments or leave your blog address.
Camy Tang is the loud Asian chick who writes loud Asian chick lit. She used to be a biologist, but now she is a staff worker for her church youth group and leads a worship team for Sunday service. She also runs the Story Sensei fiction critique service. On her blog, she gives away Christian novels every Monday and Thursday, and she ponders frivolous things like dumb dogs (namely, hers), coffee-geek husbands (no resemblance to her own writing journey, Asiana, and anything else that comes to mind.