Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Guest Post and GIVEAWAY!: Ten Odd Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Serena Chase, author of THE RYN and THE REMEDY
Ten Odd Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Serena Chase, author of THE RYN and THE REMEDY

10. I use turn signals religiously. One of my pet peeves is when I am a passenger and “someone” wants to change lanes, but doesn’t signal—especially if said “someone” proceeds to become irritated at the other drivers because they didn’t read his mind, deduce his lane-changing desire, and let him in.

9. I am one of the few people alive who can, even with the best of intentions, manage to kill a mature Aloe Vera plant. And I’ve proven it more than once. (Sorry, Grandpa.)

8. In second grade, I actually had to have someone teach me how to draw a stick person. My artistic abilities do not extend to “art.”

7. I sometimes refer to small yapper dogs as “Aww, look at the sweet little kitty” when walking my (bigger) dog, Albus.

6. I am so accident prone that I once sliced my finger open . . . with a spoon. (And they said it couldn’t be done!)

5. On long family road trips, I almost always volunteer to drive because:
A. We get there faster
B. I tend to get motion sickness when I’m a passenger, and
C. (see number 10, above)

4. I am ridiculously horrible at anything “math.” I blame my parents. Clearly, all those “I’m going to count to three and you’d better (fill in the blank)” when I was being naughty must have instilled within me an inherent fear of numbers.

3. I know all the words to “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy,” but I can only sing the alto part.

2. I was once thrown through a wall by a treadmill. I now refer to that infernal fitness device as “Satan’s Beltsander” due to the scars I now have on my legs from my inability to escape in a timely manner.

1. My favorite suffix to use in casual conversation is “-tacular” Example: In the summer, I like to paint my toenails a dark Smurftacular blue.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Serena Chase is the author of the Eyes of E’veria series. The Ryn (March 2013) and The Remedy (April 2013), are an expanded re-imagining of the classic Grimm fairy tale, Snow White & Rose Red and are available for Kindle and Kindle apps. You can connect with Serena by “liking” her on Facebook, following her on Twitter, and catch up with her book reviews, author interviews, and the occasional feature article at USA Today’s Happy Ever After or the Edgy Inspirational Romance blog. Her website is

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