Meet The Bloggers: Kara and Lyn

Posted July 30, 2013 by Kara in Imaginative Discussions, Kara, Lyn / 13 Comments

Dear Readers,

You have just struck the jackpot!
This week, we decided to skip the usual meme (Top Ten Tuesday) and offer something that is worth more than gold, more precious than money, and more entertaining than the circus: Us.

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We know you all must be overjoyed!
We two bookish beauties at Great Imaginations have opened up this post for YOU, the readers, to ask us anything! 


In the comments below, ask Kara or Lyn a question. Next week, we’ll set up a day to answer your inquiries. It can be on books, foods, likes/dislikes – anything! Please be sure to label if it is for Kara, Lyn, or for both.

Okay – ask away!

13 responses to “Meet The Bloggers: Kara and Lyn

  1. Amy

    Ohh so fun!! These are for both of you. 🙂

    What is your favorite food? Least favorite?

    So you have any special talents? (I know that Kara can sing.)

    Why did you start blogging?

    What has been your favorite thing about blogging?

    Okay, I won’t ask too many. I will give other people a chance. Lol!

  2. What’s your favorite thing to do to de-stress?

    Do you have any secret talents?

    If you could have any job in the world, what would it be?

    I love this idea, by the way 🙂

  3. How awesome!!! I kind of just wrote a personal post without getting feedback, but this is like the ultimate reader-blogger interaction :D.

    Favorite t.v. shows? The books you wish you could’ve written? The place you’d most like to live if you had the chance to live anywhere. A culture you’ve admired from afar. The time period you would travel to if given a time machine. Uh, so I could go on for ages with questions like there ;)…

  4. For Lyn & Kara: was there a book you reviewed in the past that looking at it now you were too hard or too easy on and what would be your review today? OR I’m interested in knowing about author experiences (you don’t have to name names) but any author that once you met in person you were completely turned off to reading their book because he/she just wasn’t nice or even though the book isn’t normally your kind of read you will always read their books because the author is just a great person?

  5. Such a great idea!

    My question is for both of you: did you ever experience any Lost Years (a period in which you didn’t read at all, or at least not regularly)? If so, when? What is the book/series that got you excited about reading again?

    I’m so excited for the answers!

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