Tuesday, March 06, 2012

This or That with Katie Dale (Someone Else's Life Blog Tour)

Today we have Katie Dale here for a this or that interview! This post is part of The Teen Book Scene's blog tour for Someone Else's Life by Katie Dale.You can find out all about the tour here. Make sure to visit all the other stops if you'd like to know more about Someone Else's Life!

Surise or sunset?
Hm that’s a toughie – sunsets are so romantic and can really be the perfect end to a perfect day. But sunrise (if you can get up early enough) holds so much hope and promise…but I hate getting out of bed early!

Half-empty or half-full?
Half-full. Definitely.

Summer or winter?
Another toughie – I love the long lazy days of summer, and sun-dresses, and the beach. Winter can be utterly hideous – unless it snows, then it’s the most magical time of all. 

Vanilla or chocolate?

Cats or dogs?
Dogs – they’re so loyal and loving. I love cats too, but they can be right divas! 

Coffee or tea?
Coffee – or mint tea.

Outdoors or indoors?
Depends on the weather! I love to curl up snugly indoors, but there’s nothing like fresh air and sunshine and blue skies.

Being in a crowd or being alone?
I’d rather be alone than in a crowd. But even better is being with just a few close friends or family.

Being able to change the past or living with your mistakes?
Wouldn’t it be tempting to change the past? If it were possible I think I’d go for that – and probably cause a whole heap of trouble!

Superpower: Being invisible or flying?
Flying. I’m so jealous of birds who can just soar on the air currents and glide away wherever they feel like going.

Jeans or sweats?
Dark blue jeans – they can be dressed up or dressed down. The perfect trousers. 

Polka dots or stripes? 
Stripes – I’m not sure I’m brave enough for polka dots!

Make sure to check out all the other tour stops, and keep your eye out for Someone Else's Life, which has already been released!

Someone Else's Life by Katie Dale
(Amazon | Goodreads)

When seventeen-year-old Rosie’s mother, Trudie, dies from Huntington’s Disease, her pain is intensified by the knowledge that she has a fifty-per-cent chance of inheriting the crippling disease herself. Only when she tells her mum’s best friend, ‘Aunt Sarah’ that she is going to test for the disease does Sarah, a midwife, reveal that Trudie was not her biological mother after all... Devastated, Rosie decides to trace her real mother, hitching along on her ex-boyfriend’s GAP year to follow her to Los Angeles. But all does not go to plan, and as Rosie discovers yet more of her family's deeply-buried secrets and lies, she is left with an agonising decision of her own - one which will be the most heart-breaking and far-reaching of all....


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