Fun Facts (Part 3)

For the final post about me…(not forever, I assure you)…I thought I’d list some of my “favorites.”

Let me clarify: I HATE “favorite” questionnaires. I can never think of one ultimate favorite. I’d need at least a top ten to fully answer those sorts of questions… But I’ll try to keep this brief. So here you go:

In honor of the blog’s nature, I’ll start with my all-time favorite fiction books:

The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins (whole series – who can really pick?)
A Voice in the Wind by Francine Rivers



Favorite non-fiction books:

Hands down, no-need-for-mentioning-a-runner-up favorite:

Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand is simply an incredible tale coupled with a detailed, masterful storyteller. Highly, highly recommended.


Favorite Movies:

Star Wars (the original trilogy, of course)

Other close picks:
Forrest Gump
Chronicles of Narnia (all)


Favorite TV Shows:

I’ll have to break this down. My all-time favorite was CSI (the original) but lately my loyalty had waned.

Other top favorites: Bones, NCIS, Mentalist, House, and anything on the History Channel except those horrible “reality” shows.


Favorite colors:

Red, Black and White (They were the colors at my wedding and now the motif of my house decor.)


Favorite breed of horse: (now this isn’t a category you typically see in these sort of questionnaires, but I’m special)

Why? Because I’m a glutton for punishment. 🙂

Actually, I love the history of the breed, the mystique, the challenge that comes with high-strung, overly-intelligent animals. The photo to the left is of my old regional champion Arabian show horse, HMH Alegacy.


Favorite time of the day:

Any time when I can steal away to write.


What about you? Pick a category and share one of your “favorites.”

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Community Champion at Buffer ~ writer ~ reader ~ urban homesteader ~ former rodeo queen ~ @nmillerbooks

  • I’m in the middle of The Hunger Games now. Daughter loved it. I’m not sure how I feel about it. It certainly keeps your interest, though.

    Love NCIS (both of them), Bones, Fringe, and yes, Vampire Diaries. What on earth does that say about me?

  • I’m anxious to hear what you think of Hunger Games by the end! 🙂

    I actually have heard great things about Vampire Diaries! My husband and I don’t usually watch TV during their actually regularly scheduled times – we buy DVDs of the entire series when they’re cheap and watch them straight through. That is my plan for Vampire Diaries, based on the recommendations I’ve heard! 🙂

    What does that say about you? From your list – you like great stories, suspense and interesting characters! :- )