Saturday, November 2, 2013

Would You Rather... with Francine LaSala

Please welcome Francine LaSala, author of The Girl, The Gold Tooth, and Everything (on sale now for .99 cents on Amazon!) and Rita Hayworth's Shoes.

Here's a bit about Francine:

FRANCINE LASALA has written nonfiction on every topic imaginable, from circus freaks to sex, and edited bestselling authors of all genres. She is now actively taking on clients for manuscript evaluations, editing services, copywriting (covers, blurbs, taglines, queries, and more), website and blog creation, and developing kickass social media campaigns. The author of novels Rita Hayworth’s Shoes and The Girl, The Gold Tooth & Everything, and the creator of The “Joy Jar” Project, she lives with her husband and two daughters in New York.

Join Francine on November 7th for BookBuzz Toronto where she will join ten other fabulous authors for bookish mix and mingle.

Would you Rather... with Francine Lasala

Chips, chocolate or cheese? 

Chocolate. No, cheese. No, chips! Yes! No! Chocolate! (Okay next question.)

Bridget Jones, Becky Bloomwood or Carrie Bradshaw? 

Bridget Jones all the way.

Wine, beer or vodka?

Wine. No, vodka. No. Wine. Wait--what day is it? 

Camping or spa vacation?

Oh yes! Camping! (LOL!!! Spa, please.)

Water or Mountains?

Water. Any kind.

Zombies or Vampires? 


Dogs or Cats?


Coke or Pepsi? 


Coffee or Tea?


High heels, sneakers or flip flops

High heels to look at, but I flip for flip flops.

Paperback or Hardcover?

Depends on the book. Is it a big, heavy book? Am I carrying it in my purse?

Physical Book or ebook? 

I like the experience of a physical book, but I love the clutter-free storage of e.

Pen or Pencil?

I sort of like pencils...

Twilight or Hunger Games? 

Yuck and yuck.

Dine out or takeaway?

I like restaurants where they serve you and then clean up after you. 

Drama or Comedy?


Mad Men, Downton Abbey or Breaking Bad

Downton Abbey (because I haven’t seen the others--not a joke, I do live under a rock).

Lipstick, lipgloss or chapstick? 

Chapstick. Addicted to lip balm. 

Facebook or Twitter


Plot your entire novel or fly by the seat of your pants? 

Pants-er. I make navigation suggestions, but the imagination is in the driver’s seat. 

Mina Clark is losing her mind—or maybe it’s already gone. She isn’t quite sure. Feeling displaced in her over-priced McMansion-dotted suburban world, she is grappling not only with deep debt, a mostly absent husband, and her playground-terrorizer 3-year old Emma, but also with a significant amnesia she can’t shake—a “temporary” condition now going on several years, brought on by a traumatic event she cannot remember, and which everyone around her feels is best forgotten. A routine trip to the dentist changes everything for Mina, and suddenly she's not sure if what's happening is real, of if she's just now fully losing her mind... especially when she realizes the only person she thought she could trust is the one she fears the most.

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