Thursday, June 14, 2012

This or That with Alice from My Life Next Door (My Life Next Door Blog Tour)

Today we have Alice from My Life Next Door here for a this or that interview! This post is part of The Teen Book Scene's blog tour for My Life Next Door by Huntley Fitzpatrick.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 My Life Next Door!

Sunrise or sunset?
Sunrise. Things always look better at the beginning.
Vanilla or chocolate?
Chocolate is always good. Coming upon a good vanilla is harder.
Half-empty or half-full?
They are the same thing.
Summer or winter?
Summer. Winter and having to get up in the dark and clear off the car before school and then leave it running while you go back into the house to get something and then wind up spending twenty minutes searching for one of your brother’s lost boots or your sister’s mittens or whatever—Blah. Summer.
Jeans or sweats?
Jeans. I wear scrubs often enough as it is, and you can’t LIVE in things with elastic waists.
Cats or dogs?
Cats. They keep their own secrets.
Coffee or tea?
Both. Coffee during the day when I really need to keep going and tea when I’m trying to relax.
Polka-dots or stripes?
Neither. I like things solid. My first bikini was polka dotted—pink, of all things—and I loved it, but that is so embarrassing now.
Being in a crowd or being alone?
Being in a crowd or being alone? Both. I love being in a crowd with my family or my friends, but sometimes you need to regroup.
Being able to change the past or living with your mistakes?
Living with your mistakes. What else can you do? Although I did have this one boyfriend sophomore year who I really wish I could just delete from my memory bank.
Superpower: being invisible or flying?
Flying. I would never want to be invisible.

Make sure to visit all the other stops of the tour, and keep your eye out for My Life Next Door, which releases today!

My Life Next Door by Huntley Fitzpatrick
(Amazon | Goodreads)
The Garretts are everything the Reeds are not. Loud, numerous, messy. And every day from her balcony perch, seventeen year old Samantha wishes she was one of them… until the day Jase Garrett climbs her terrace and changes everything. Jase can sense that his beautiful neighbor is missing something in her sterile home, and as the two fall fiercely in love, his family makes her one of their own. But when the bottom drops out of Sam's world, which perfect family will save er–and will her perfect love survive?


  1. Love this and I love this book! :D


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