Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Guest Blog: This or That with Hannah L. Clark

Today I welcome Hannah L. Clark, author of Cobbogoth, the first book in a new series.  She's here to answer my This or That questions.  So please welcome Hannah and be sure to check out the rest of her tour stops for more interesting guest blogs, interviews, reviews and giveaways (I have a review and giveaway coming up March 29th).


Breakfast or Brunch? Brunch.  This is such a boring answer, but most breakfast foods just don’t do it for me.  For whatever reason, I usually feel queasy in the morning—been that way since high school—but by brunch time, my stomach has usually settled down enough to eat.  I also think the foods that are served at brunches are much tastier.

Lemonade or Pink Lemonade? Either. I honestly can’t taste the difference, and I don’t really care so much about the color of my drinks as I do the carbonation—I hate soda!
Sedan or Sports Car? My husband would say “sports car,” but I’m much more practical when it comes to cars, so Sedan.

Laptop or Ipad? I love my iPad, but I’m going to go with the laptop, because I can get a whole lot more done.  My iPad is really more of a toy to me.

High Heels or Flip Flops? I have long, ski-like feet, with a very long “speed-toe” (second from the big toe) and I’m a runner, which means my feet get beat up a lot.  So it’s high heels for me—but not too high. 
Trip around the world or trip to the moon? Around the world…the moon is just a bunch of dust and moon rocks and stuff, but the world has all kinds of different people that have and are living on it, leaving their mark.  To me, people are what make places interesting.

M&Ms: Peanut or Plain? I love, love, love peanut m&m’s but have had to wean myself off of them, because my little tyke has a VERY severe peanut allergy.  It’s a real bummer.

Hair: Short or Long? Short.  Always short.  Otherwise I look like Ms. Triangle-head.

Necklace or Bracelet? Depends on whichever goes better with my outfit. But never both. 

Take a walk or go to the gym? Take a walk.  Nature really inspires me, and so I spend a lot of time either driving or walking through it.

Write at home or write somewhere else? I can write pretty much anywhere.  I prefer to write at home, but if you give me a solid chunk of time, I can get lost in the story and don’t even register where I am until I come back up for air…or food.

Spring or Fall? Oh, Fall…definitely Fall.  I love sweater weather and the anticipation of the holidays.  I also love the colors and how it’s foggy most of the time in the mountains behind my house.  

Fairies or Vampires? Um…fairies.  I’m not big into “creatures of the night.”  But fairies, now, there are a million different possibilities when you bring fairies into the picture.  Good. Bad. Impish. Playful. Mysterious. Ominous. Ancient. Etc.

Thanks for joining us today Hannah! 

To seventeen-year-old Norah Lukens, the Cobbogothians were just a myth. But after her archeologist uncle's brutal murder, and being asked to translate one of his old research journals for evidence, she begins a journey to discover the truth for herself.

Chasing the myth her uncle was obsessed with, Norah learns that his murder was a cover up for something far more sinister. If she hopes to save others from suffering the same fate he did--including the peculiarly magnetic James Riley--she must head to Iceland in order to find out the truth once and for all.

If she succeeds, she'll gain the one thing she's always longed for.

But if she fails, not even the gods can help her.


Kayla Beck said...

Thanks for posting! I have not heard of this book yet, and I'm very interested in it now. :)

Hannah L. Clark said...

Hi Crystal, I just wanted to thank you for hosting me and my book on your blog during my tour. It was a great success, and I really appreciate your willingness to participate.

Hannah L. Clark

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