Friday, October 22, 2010

The Crossroads Tour: Day 7 Linda Joy Singleton


Each day of The Crossroads Tour, a new question will be revealed on The Crossroad Blog Tour main page and each day the answer to that question will be found within one of the 16 different blog posts by Crossroads Tour authors. Your job is to get the question, read the blog posts, and collect all 16 answers by the end of the tour, on Halloween. Go HERE to get today's question and links.

Today's guest for the Crossroads Tour is author Linda Joy Singleton. Her newest book is the final book in the Seer Series, Magician's Muse, was released this month.

Description from GoodReads:
A whisper, too soft to swirl wispy candle smoke, carried across time, beyond life and death—and was heard. "Our bargain is sealed. My secrets will be yours-when the girl dies."

In the thrilling climax to The Seer series, Sabine's psychic abilities, sleuthing skills, and courage are pushed to a dangerous edge as she deals with the mysterious disappearance of her ex-boyfriend Josh, a new threat against her boyfriend Dominic, evil magicians (both living and dead)—and a coldblooded murder.





What is your most embarrassing/funny/scary Halloween experience or costume?

When I was single and dating, my best friend had a Halloween party at her house and I decided to be creative and dress up as a cannibal. So with my face painted, a grass skirt and bones in my hair, I looked scary wicked. And then a really cute guy in a Superman suit came to the party—and I liked him a lot. But here I was dressed up like a flesh-eater and not at all attractive. I was soooo disappointed and embarrassed. He left without showing any interest in me. And next year I dressed up in something glittery and gorgeous.

Thanks Linda for stopping by and sharing a Halloween experience with us.

For more information about Linda Joy Singleton, check out her website:
http://www.lindajoysingleton.com/

You can find Linda Joy Singleton on twitter: @lindajoysinglet

2 comments:

  1. He should have at least shown some interest for your originality!


    Heather
    BuriedinBooks

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  2. Heather - I too thought he should have been impressed with her creativity.

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