The way you cook bacon reveals a great deal about your personality.
Pick your bacon personality type, and read on to learn about your strengths, weaknesses, greatest fear, and romantic compatibilities.
Type A: The chaotic frying pan
Identification: The strips of bacon on your frying pan are more chaotic than an earthworm family reunion. Individual strands head in all directions, they’re folded, and entire pieces aren’t touching the base of the pan.
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My good friend
M L Moos interviewed me recently and asked all kinds of embarrassing questions about me as a reader, writer, and dysfunctional human being (my words, not hers).
It was a fun interview to do and you should absolutely
check it out.
From the interview:
1. Tell us a little about you and what you’re working on.
My name is Alecia and I’m definitely not obsessed with cats or dragons. Sorry, I can’t say that with a straight face.
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A mean person on Twitter this week told me I wasn’t scary. I absolutely am scary and here are the reasons why.
Twitter this week was out to smash my dreams.
First, a mean person told me I wasn’t Batman. Fortunately this was followed by a collection of lovely people telling me that if I wanted to be Batman then I could be Batman.
Then another mean person told me I wasn’t scary.
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I was honoured when the lovely Lucy of BlondeWriteMore invited me to write a guest post, and I thought I’d share the intelligence I’ve gathered in my time undercover as a writer. (Yes, I’m watching
Burn Notice again. How did you know?)
I had a lot of fun writing this piece, and I hope you have fun reading it:
How to be a writer: 13 required quirks.
Eighty-three percent of people want to be writers, but not just anyone can be.
For the past six months I have been deep undercover in the online world of writers, learning their peculiar ways in order to better mimic them and hopefully one day become one of them.
My research has led me to the conclusion that there are thirteen quirks required to be a writer. Today they will be shared for the first time.
1: You must be crazy about cats
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In which I reflect on my morning’s activities and decide strategy is not my strong suit. Plus, sharks in tornados.
#1: If you’re going to watch
Sharknado with your twitter friends while live-tweeting, don’t do it during your usual blog-writing time.
#2: If you’ve just watched Sharknado and have to blog, don’t promise yourself you’re not going to blog about sharks. Because you are going to blog about sharks, even if you’ve
done it before.
#3: If you’re sleepy when you’re blogging, don’t trust your spellchecker when it tells you that “haev” is a perfectly acceptable word.
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