First born? You won’t be able to resist this.

How did BIRTH ORDER influence your personality?  
Take a Birth Order Quiz posted by Margie Lawson, and find out!
Drop by Barbara Vey’s Publisher’s Weekly blog tomorrow — and check out the quiz.  E-mail it to your siblings.  :-))) 
Post a comment — and you’ll be in the drawing to WIN a Lecture Packet from Margie Lawson:
1.  Empowering Characters’ Emotions
2.  Defeat Self-Defeating Behaviors
3.  Deep Editing:  The EDITS System, Rhetorical Devices, and More
Margie’s teaching Deep Editing on-line in May.  Writers will take the EDITS System deeper, learn her killer Five Question Scene Checklist, dig deep into more editing techniques, and explore 25 rhetorical devices to take their writing to a higher level.  For specifics on courses, lecture packets, and full day master classes, visit: . 

3 thoughts on “First born? You won’t be able to resist this.

  1. That WOULD be interesting! I’ve always wondered because I was last born in my birth family and first born in my adoptive family. Technically I’m the youngest, but I grew up raised as the oldest. 🙂 It’s a big nature/nurture thing for me. Actually, come to think of it, it’s just like the twins too. They’re raised the same way so it will be cool to see how different they turn out to be.

  2. I took the quiz – I’m typical of a first born – imagine that . . . If you answered mostly T’s… your responses reflect characteristics most similar to a first born or only child. An only child has traits very similar to a 1st born, except only children’s expectations may be even higher. The characteristics of 1st borns noted on T answers are usually more pronounced with only children.

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