Even though Teagan’s Books has been online for a while, I have little time for the blog or the other endless tasks that consume the hours of an indie author. Still, every few days I learn something new about indie publishing and/or blogging. It might be a sweet little tidbit that helps me with the marketing aspect, or something sour that is still helpful because it tips me off to a potential pitfall. However, passing fun “awards” to one another seems to be part of the blogging game, and it’s certainly part of the fun.
Given the limited reach of my blog (so far!) I’m surprised to get a second award. It’s downright shocking considering how sour I’ve been lately. Coincidentally, I’ve had a relentless sweet tooth! Ha! Maybe that craving attracted this “Super Sweet Blogger Award.”
Again, being new, can’t really follow the rules to nominate a “baker’s dozen” other bloggers, since I don’t know many. However, I will “nominate” all of you to post a comment about your favorite sweet treat!
Now, for my part in the game. I will not be held responsible for any cravings the answers to these questions might cause. Bear in mind that my answers would be more fun, and many would be different, if I was not allergic to eggs. Oh how I miss pastries…
1. Cookies or Cake? Cookies; sandies when I can find egg-free. I used to love angel food cake.
2. Chocolate or Vanilla? Chocolate. I buy 85% dark chocolate bars and eat one little square at a time. That little bit is usually enough to satisfy me, with the intense chocolate content.
3. Favorite Sweet Treat? Post-egg-allergy it is sorbet – raspberry, peach, or mango, during the summertime anyway. Or the extra-dark chocolate above. Or… do I really have to choose?
4. When Do You Crave Sweet Things The Most? After a meal, or weekend mornings with my coffee.
5. Sweet Nick Name? For whatever incomprehensible reason some people call me “Sweetheart” or Sweetie.” Only a few can get away with it. LOL. But that’s such a southern thing, it’s really a part of “southern culture,” so I try not to bristle or turn sour.
Have a sweet day.