So, what's this one all about? Well I'll tell you! We have to list four truths about ourselves. The fifth "fact", we will make up, and you, the guests, have to guess which one is untrue.
The s'mores have all danced as a Nut, and have now earned the right to jig as a S'more.
So without further ado...
S'more Sundae With Nuts - Brynna Curry
Layering the truth like chocolate, marshmallows and grahams
1.I love anime. Inuyasha, Dragonball Z, Witchhunter Robin, Trigun and Sailor Moon are my favorites. My daughter Kayla and I think the ending themes for Inuyasha are so lovely in fact, that I bought the music and googled the lyrics to the songs online so we could learn them. I can sing four of the seven songs in Japanese and get the words right, if not the intonation. I’m not entirely sure what the words mean, but the heart is in the music. Music is universal.
2.From 7th grade onward, I had a 99% all black wardrobe. The remaining garments were either red, blue or purple. This style choice garnered a rather undesirable nickname from the mean girls…the undertaker.
3.From the time I was a baby, my father, a band director, pushed music on me. Fortunately for me, I loved music and absorbed everything he said like a sponge. By the time I was in eighth grade, I could play trumpet, flute, piccolo, French horn, marching French horn (it’s entirely different), saxophone, drums, and a little piano. Not only that, but I played well enough to medal in trumpet (my favorite) and flute during sectionals. Because I spent so much time watching practices, I picked up the majorette and flag routines. More than once I had to trade in itchy wool for a glittery costume to stand in for a sick majorette or color guard. I was in the band until my senior year, when I decided to do something different and quit band to solo in the choir. I loved singing. I still do. I was really good. Probably not so much anymore. No one hears me sing now except the walls, Kayla, and the steering wheel.
4.My first manuscript was both wonderful and terrible. It’s about the spirit of an evil man that torments a family for generations, time travel and love that endures. I knew it was terrible. I never tried to publish it. It served a purpose though and allowed me to escape a bad time in my life. One day, I’ll rewrite it and see if I can make it shine. For now, it’s in a locked file, buried where no one will ever see it.
5.I’m a girly girl. I love to shop. I’m obsessed with shoes. I have tons of them. I never leave the house without being dressed to the nines.
Thanks for inviting me to be here today! Okay, readers, can you spot the fake? It’s so fake it’s my antithesis. Good luck.
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Oh, and they'll need it! My breakdown:
#1 I've never really been into anime but know loads of friends that are. It's definitely a genre that I should at least investigate. It's huge, and it's passing me by. Especially after what Miss Brynna has to say about it. Sounds like a world in itself! And how this be the fake with such intimate detail? Well, Brynna is a successful writer. Keep that in mind with your guessing!
#2 LOL, I went through a blank punk stage, too! And I still wear a lot of black. So very Jolie-esque. Without the figure, of course. And the boobs. And the money. And without Brad Pitt.
#3 Hey, I played the trumpet too! I was a huge band geek. Not saying that you were...of course! :-)
#4 Okay, this one is for the Curry fans out there. Someone must know if this was her first book or not. Bang it in, girls!
#5 Really?? Could this be the antithesis? It's so hard to know when we only get to chat with our friends in a virtual environment. As much as I'd love a cuppa tea with Miss Brynna, I've never had the pleasure to see her walk up in a pair of Jimmy Choo's.
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Today, the S'mores is part of Miss Brynna's Elemental Magic tour. Let's get it on!
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About the Author: Brynna Curry was born south of the Mason-Dixon Line. After living all over the southern states, she finally landed in North Alabama where she lives with her husband and their three children. Growing up, books fueled her dreams and imagination, ultimately becoming her salvation during the hardest times in her life.Writing is her passion, but she enjoys the fun of sharing those stories with others by reviewing books and working in publicity.
When she isn’t writing or promoting, she’s often found haunting the library for new books to read or just spending an quiet evening at home with Jackie watching old westerns on TV. Although her wizards, shifters and vampires are as real to her as anyone, she insists love is the truest magic and with it every day is another wonderful adventure.