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Tanya Lee Stone

May 25th, 2007

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May 25th, 2007



Please give a warm welcome to Becky Motew, on her GCC blog tour for COUPON GIRL.

This is Becky's first novel and I'm excited to say it involves Musical Theater! and Drama! Jeannie Callahan is in the business of selling coupons. And she thought getting involved in community theater might be a good way to meet some new customers. Of course, that's not all she meets. There's a love interest involved...  So check it out! And don't forget to use Book Sense!

Becky also has a great website and a fun blog

Now Becky, would you like to take…The Bad Boy Quiz?  I would LOVE to.

 

Okay, here we go!

 

Q: Have you ever learned something good from a bad boy? What was it?

A: Yes I have.  Sex ruins a friendship.

 

Q: What was the worst date you ever went on?

A: The worst date is one where you know you are not interested in the guy.  If you’re lucky, he won’t be interested in you either and you can relax and say goodbye at the end of the evening.  If he IS interested, then you have that icky situation. The worst date I ever went on was one of my first, years ago.  We pulled into my parents' driveway and the guy put his arm around the back of my seat, stuck his tongue WAY out of his mouth, and leaned over to kiss me.  GROSS.

 

Q: What would make your ideal “good” boy?

A: I like a guy with brains.  A guy with integrity.  Oh, and tall doesn’t hurt.

 

Q: Recommend your favorite “relationship” movie.

A: I like most any “relationship” movie.  It’s the only kind I will see.  I am totally bored with action flicks and when I am forced to see something like Batman or Spiderman, I sit there wondering what time it is for the whole two hours.

 

Q: What’s the best thing you do for yourself?

A: Diet and exercise.  Seriously, in the last year I have lost a bunch of weight.  It’s all because I gave up carbs.  Although you do meet some bad boys when you look good.

 

Q: What’s your favorite memory that speaks to sisterhood?

A: I remember with gratitude all my “sisters” who rallied around me when love did not. Girlfriends will do that for you.  There’s nothing like a big hot fudge sundae with the other musketeers when you need to plot a satisfying revenge.  (although see question #5)

 

Thanks, Becky--and Congratulations on your debut!

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