My friend Kay has tagged me with the seven random things meme. Here are the rules: Each blogger should list 7 random facts/habits about themselves. People who are tagged need to then report this on their own blog with their 7 random facts as well as these rules. They then need to tag 7 others and list their names on their blog. They are also asked to leave a comment for each of the tagged, letting them know they have been tagged and to read the blog.

Okay . . . here goes.
1. I took fencing in college.
2. I don’t know what my natural hair color is any more.
3. I’m the oldest of three sisters.
4. I once got my tongue caught in the front of my braces (long story!).
5. I like to whistle.
6. My favorite novel is THE NUN’S STORY.
7. My middle name is Elise.

I’m tagging Robin Lee Hatcher, BJ Hoff, Roxy Henke, Lisa Samson, Brandilyn Collins, Al Gansky, and Athol Dickson! (tee hee! This isn’t just a female thing, is it? )



  1. Nicole

    I took fencing in college, too! Bizarre, huh?

  2. Ane Mulligan

    Missed seeing you at ICRS, Angie. I almost brought Shadrack along to say hello, but I didn’t think they’d really want him on teh Vendor floor. LOL You know what a mastiff can do when around a lot of people.

    He had his 1st brithday on July 8th.

  3. Anonymous

    Hi Angie – I promised to blog my critique of “The Elevator” several posts back, so, here goes! I seem to have the same problem with every Angela Hunt book. Don’t want to start it because I know it will inevitably end; finally start it and read REALLY slowly so it won’t end; finally get to the last page and start whining that it has ended! It’s a whacky pattern, but it’s mine, and it’ll probably continue! Needless to say that I loved it, heart-stopping moments and all. Loved watching the character evolution (or lack thereof in one who remained locked) and at the ending I was finally able to breathe again. ABSOLUTELY EXCELLENT BOOK! Clyde

  4. Angela

    Thank you, Clyde! 🙂 I should hire you to write back cover copy or something. Thanks so very much.



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