Monday, March 16, 2009

You Ask, I'll Answer

The first time I saw the You Ask, I'll Answer feature on a blog, it was on Ragamuffin Soul a couple of years ago. At the time, I had about 10 readers of this blog, and I thought, ha! I'll never do anything like that. Truth be told, I didn't really think anyone cared all that much.

Well I'm glad to say my readership has grown and I actually want to do this as part of my blogiversary! I still don't know if anyone cares enough to ask a question, but Lenore got some really good questions when she did it, so maybe I'll get some, too. Feel free to ask anything you like, but questions related to blogging, books, the pop culture arts I enjoy, and faith are probably more likely to get answered. Anything related to math or science will probably get ignored. If you ask me a question about rheology, I'll send you over to Euphrony.

Just leave your questions in comments or if you have problems leaving comments (I promise to try to fix that soon..it bothers me more than it bothers you I'm sure!) shoot me an email or use the contact form.

Next week, I'll answer some of the questions during the blogiversary...don't worry I have fun sparkling presents to give away next week, too!




Amy

19 comments:

Lenore said...

I've seen it done before too, most notably on Book Chic's MySpace and Reviewer X's blog, and I do think it is a lot of fun too!

So here's my question for you: Old testament or New testament?

Marny said...

How do you choose the books you read? Recommendations from fellow book bloggers, random finds at the library/book store, ARCs?

lilly said...

Okay, here's my question:

If you were reading romances in your adolescence, do you feel they may have left you with great expectations towards your future love life and men you'd meet?

I hope it's not too presumptuous.

Jen said...

I'm going to put on my travel agent hat and ask you a couple vacation questions. Where is the best place you have ever visited? What is your dream vacation? Tell us where it would be and what you would do there.

TexasRed said...

Here's mine -- what's the first book you can remember picturing yourself in (as one of the characters, or interacting with the characters)?

euphrony said...

Got ya covered, Amy.

For my question, I'll stick with a classic: What is the air-speed velocity of an unladen swallow?

Ti said...

How do you prioritize the books that you have agreed to review?

I am often overwhelmed with what I have agreed to review only because of the books that I also want to read on my own TBR list so I'm interested in hearing your response to this.

shelburns said...

What a great idea! Can't wait to see the answers next week.

Here's mine: How do you juggle your online time vs. reading time?

My reading pile seems to be growing as I spend more time on Twitter, blog commenting etc. Anxious to see what you say.

Beth F said...

I don't participate in Faith in Fiction because I'm not a Christian and because I participate in a ton of memes already. But I'm impressed with the questions and tasks you come up with each week. What's your inspiration? How do you come up with 52 topics a year?

Marta said...

This is a really cool idea!

What is 10 + 6 + 5 +10?

Now you can safely say you've answered a math question :)

Beth Kephart said...

How do you define beauty?

mrs.cupcake said...

Hey Amy,thanks for this chance to get to know you better!
My question is how did you get into book reviewing, and hwo could I?

Thanks,
Helga

Serena said...

Here's my question: Have you ever thought about reviewing or writing full-time for money? And if so, what has stopped you?

Marie Burton said...

What is one book that you know that you have read at least three times? (doesn't matter when)

Stacie said...

What is your favorite Bible verse and what does it mean to you?

Looking forward to reading all about you next week!
Stacie

Nymeth said...

Who was your first favourite author? Are they still one of your favourites today? Why or why not?

Jenny Girl said...

Do you ever re-read books and if so which ones? Are they basically your all time favorites?
Who are your top 5 authors?

Melody said...

Which is your favourite genre and which is your least favourite genre? Why?

bermudaonion said...

What has been your proudest moment in your life so far?

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