Monday, April 23, 2012

The newest addition to CLC

You've probably seen a new face on our Facebook page recently, either posting some of our regular items (giveaways, birthday announcements, etc.) or coming up with fun chick lit questions for all of us to answer. Her name is Tracey Meyers and she's our special features coordinator. She'll be helping us out on Facebook and Pinterest, as well as starting some new projects for our group, such as a book club. She's also our resident "memoir junkie" and will be reviewing various memoirs throughout the year. Her latest review was for "Let's Pretend this Never Happened" by Jenny Lawson. Get to know Tracey a little better and stop by her blog when you have a chance! You can also find her on Facebook and Twitter, but she has some privacy settings in place.

Three of your favourite chick lit authors:

Emily Giffin, Jennifer Weiner, and Meg Cabot. I'm also a fan of Jane Green.

Chick lit novel you want to see on the big screen:

"Boy Meets Girl" by Meg Cabot would be hilarious.

Something about you that would surprise people:

I enjoy skydiving and other similar extreme activities. I pay attention to sports and enjoy going to various sporting events. Also, the fact that I enjoy reading seems to surprise some that have known me my whole life.

Some of your hobbies:

I enjoy running and participate in various races. I also enjoy knitting, and have way more knowledge about yarn than I could have every imagined I would. Watching sports, surfing the web, catching up on my favorite TV shows and watching movies. I also love to write!

Favorite place to vacation:

I don't necessarily have a favorite place to travel to. I enjoy traveling, but haven't gotten the chance to in the past couple of years. I would especially like to explore various places overseas. In the past I've been to England, Ireland and Israel. One day I'd like to go to France, Italy, Australia, Vancouver B.C. and Spain. (Just to name a few places.)

1 comment:

BRN2SHOP9 said...

A girl after my own heart! All the same favorite authors! Boy Meets Gitl would be great on the screen. I think the Heather Wells books would be too.