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  1. Rebekah A. Morris says:

    Fun post, Ivy. :)
    I don’t think I’ve ever woken up in the middle of the night and had to write a scene down. I have woken up and realized that my dream would be a really interesting idea for a story though. But thankfully I’m able to remember it until morning. :)
    I’ve shot a few guns, but they were the guns the police and sheriff’s men use. But I also got to shoot a gun from WWII! Talk about amazing! I would love to go shooting again someday.

    • Ivy says:

      Thank you!

      Well then, congratulations! How nice that must be! I wish I could remember my dreams–I’m sure some of them would make very interesting stories.

      Shooting is always fun. :) I am so blessed to be able to do it so often. Wow, a historic gun? That would be awesome!

  2. Hannah says:

    Eeep! I love all your vlogs, Ivy!!! And I was so tickled you mentioned me. :) I definitely want to read those two books!!! A Penny Parcel was probably one of the only books that made me literally have to push the book from my face to stop. ;)

    • Ivy says:

      You’re too sweet! :) My pleasure–I wanted you to be able to read them!!! Yeah, Penny Parcel did that to me, too. I read Journey to the Cross in one day curled in front of the fireplace. It was SOOO good.

  3. Katja L. says:

    Haha I love this vlog! Here are my answers.

    Question #1 is HARD. . . Can I cheat a little? My friend published her second book last year, and one of her supporting character is SO GOOD. . . everyone loves him. I suspect you know who I’m taking about! (J&O). It made a big impression on me that she, with all her circumstances, was able to do create such a character, and it made that quote “you are writing someone’s future favorite character” so true. :)

    I’ve began witting seriously when I was 12. I lost most of the book is a computer fry. . . :(

    And I have 2 favorite holiday traditions: one, decorating the church for Christmas, and two, going to my grandparents and eating ham, mashed potatoes (you can’t beat my Mémé’s mashed potatoes!), corn, pickles, olives, and tourtière, with a buche (kind of cake shaped like a log) after. Yes, we always eat the same food!

    • Ivy says:

      I’m glad you enjoyed it! :)

      I have yet to read J&O–and yes, I know who you’re talking about. ;-) Sounds very good! I’m glad to know you enjoyed it so much.

      Ahhh, how sad!

      Wow, your holiday spread sounds delicious! We have the same thing every year, too. However, 18 years of the same thing (and I’m sure more before I was born) has gotten a little old. I’m thinking we need to shake it up. :)

  4. Olivia Fisher says:

    I’m late to the comment party, but I wanted to say that that’s a fun vlog! And those books sound really interesting! I need to go check them out. :)

    ~Liv
    oliviakfisher.blogspot.com

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