Get To Know Me Tag: Writer’s Edition

This is one tag I had never seen. So when Raechel tagged any blogger who read her blog post, I decided to do it. Enjoy reading my answers!

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Rules:
– Link back to the person who created the tag (Created by Savannah from Inspiring Writes)
– Thank the person who tagged you (Thanks for the tag, God’s Peculiar Treasure Rae)
– Share the tag graphic (optional)
– Tag eleven bloggers

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Vital Stats and Appearance:

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Name:
Faith. I was named that because my parents were learning faith in God while Mom was pregnant with me.
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Nicknames:
None. At least none that I have ever liked and therefore will not share so publicly.
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Birthday:
The end of October! It’s coming up.
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Hair color and length:
My hair is red and it is a few inches longer than shoulder length.
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Eye color:
My eyes are hazel, though usually more of a green shade.
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Braces/Piercings:
Never had braces and my ears are pierced and have been since I was either ten or twelve, I think.
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Righty or Lefty?
Definitely a righty, except when dealing cards, then I do it left-handed.
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Ethnicity:
American through and through. But descended from German, Polish, and various other European countries. But nothing from the United Kingdom.
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Firsts:

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First novel ever written:
Ooo! Thinking way back here, I think that would be The Frisbee Twins. I wrote it when I was in my early teens. It was about twins who competed in a National Frisbee competition.
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First Novel Completed:
The same one as above.
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Award for Writing:
None.
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First Publication:
A Mighty Fortress in November 19, 2013!
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Conference:
The First Clean Indie Reads conference in Indianapolis, IN.
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Query/Pitch:
I’m not sure what this is supposed to mean. There were no agents at the conference, so I couldn’t pitch a book to anyone.
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Favourites:

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Novel (that you wrote):
This is hard!! It’s like picking a favorite child. Um…. I think I’ll say The Solid Rock. Although, I have a couple I’m working on right now that might end up being a favorite.
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Genre:
For writing, Historical fiction!
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Author:
What!?! I have no idea. There are too many. Um… Louis L’Amour, Karen Witemeyer, Amanda Tero.
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Writing Music:
Classical and soundtracks. Sometimes Christian music as well.
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Time to Write:
Mornings are usually best if I can do that.
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Movie:
Definitely has to be Unidentified by Five & Two pictures.
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Writing Memory:
Getting my first proof copy. I was so fun seeing my work in print for the first time.
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Childhood Book:
Fox in Socks by Dr. Seuss. It’s almost more fun to read as an adult than hearing your dad or mom totally messing it up.
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Currently:

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Reading:
The Healer’s Apprentice by Melanie Dickerson, How to Market a Book by Joanna Penn, 2 Peter by Peter via God.
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Writing:
Writing or editing? Because I actually just finished writing the rough draft of the book, so I’m not technically doing writing, just editing. Which I have six in various stages right now. You can find them all on my website.
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Listening to:
A call with some of the Young Writers Workshop instructors.
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Learning:
How to market my books (see currently reading).
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Future:

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Want to publish:
A series covering WWI and WWII which will also be following descendants of characters from previous books.
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Wildest Goal:
Getting the series just mentioned traditionally published. (Did I just say that out loud?)
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And now, the tagging time. Dun, dun, DUN!
I’m going to steal Raechel’s idea. I can’t figure out who to tag, so if you have a blog and you made it to the end of this post, consider yourself tagged! And be sure to let me know when/if you do it so I can hop over and read your post.

7 thoughts on “Get To Know Me Tag: Writer’s Edition

  1. Raechel says:

    Oh what fun! I’m glad you did this tag too, because it was great reading your answers.
    And whoohoo for October birthdays! Such a lovely time of year. ^.^
    Thanks for doing this tag too, Faith – I enjoyed reading!

  2. Marion says:

    Thank You for the information.
    Marilyn and Marion

  3. Jane Maree says:

    Fox in Socks should be everyone’s favourite childhood book. XD

  4. Rebekah A. Morris says:

    This was a great tag! I reached the end, and this is such a fun tag that I’ll be doing it. 🙂 I’ll let you know when my posts goes up.

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