So, hello people out there. This is going to be a Q and A session with my trusty mate Apple, who also happens to be myself (don’t argue). Apple has decided that you don’t really know much about her.
Talking about myself in the third person is horribly strange, you know that?
Shush. Now, I shall be asking the questions. First up: what is your favourite word/s? Words are very good to define someone’s character by.
Um, not really. Although if they say they don’t have one, it is a bit of an indication. Anyway, my favourite words at the moment are ‘superfluous’, ‘deplore’, ‘personified’ and ‘ciliated epithelial cell’. I know that’s sort of weird, but they are all just so nice to say. Try it.
…okay. Moving swiftly onwards, what book did you last read, whether you liked it or not?
The last book I read was Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell. It was good, but not that good, It’s not my favourite book ever. Also, I’m noticing a word-related pattern here.
As I said before, words are important. Speaking of favourite books, what is your favourite book?
Ach, don’t ask me that. It’s too hard to decide.
You’ve piqued my interest. Choose a couple.
Fine: Throne of Glass, by Sarah J Maas. Out of the Easy by Ruta Sepetys. Blood Family by Anne Fine. Skin Deep by Laura Jarratt. The Fault in Our Stars by John Green. Howl’s Moving Castle by Diana Wynn Jones. Geek Girl by Holly Smale. Perhaps Slated, Memoirs of a Geisha and Shift. There’s too many to choose from.
You weren’t joking. That really was a long list.
Of course I wasn’t joking, you idiot!
This conversation makes nonsense. You’re me, and I’m you.
Don’t remind me of it. I’m the one that’s writing about myself about myself and all that conundrum stuff.
It reminds me of Artemis Fowl and the Time Paradox. That was a very confusing book, when we read it. Also, what did you have for lunch?
Pitta bread and hummus. And can we please not get started on Artemis Fowl? Not to mention the whole we/I/you thing. It’s just confuddling me (a beautiful word, that, even if it isn’t real).
Okay. But can we first mention your strange love for fonts?
No, but you mentioned it anyway. You can’t ask permission to mention something, because that in itself is mentioning the thing.
But I do have a strange love for fonts. Calisto MT and Californian FB are particularly nice to write in. I’ve been converted from Calibri. I shiver to think of writing in it. People don’t notice fonts and that kind of stuff, though, unless it’s in titles. Everyday writing fonts are not paid attention to. They should be. They’re beautiful.
This is only proving your strangeness.
Writing a Q & A with myself makes me seem strange? Wow. I amazed. That was sarcasm, by the way.
This conversation is dissolving into ridiculousness.
Let’s end it here, okay?