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Ask Me Anything – Part 2

Yes, Webbie, you may interview me properly if you wish, but I’m not answering any more of your questions on my blog. 15 is quite enough from one person! ;-P

Anyone else is welcome to ask within the ‘ask me anything’ posts. I’ll just reply when there is something. It keeps me updating, eh?

Do you like your current job? If yes, whats the best thing you like about it?
Like all jobs, there are things that I like and things that I don’t. I like being able to meet a lot of people and do a lot of things that I will normally find either too inaccessible or unaffordable to do otherwise. Being in the media open a lot of doors.

Since you read a lot of books, have you ever thought of producing your own book? You could be Tolkien you know.
I actually am in the process of rewriting a story I completed in 2002. After 4 years, my image of that world has evolved and my style is a little more matured. I decided to redo it because that’s probably the only one of my stories worth getting out at the moment. Tolkien I’m not though!

If you can wish for something to change in Kuching City, what would it be?
Less red tape. We’re still better off than some countries, but a lot more things will get done faster if there wasn’t all these hoops we have to jump through. And less stupidly-designed shophouses.

Write a 4 line poem/rhyme describing/expressing yourself.
This is an evil question. I give you 4 lines from a poem I wrote about myself:

I am a friend or an enemy
(depending on who you are)

I am an M&M
(hard shell & soft heart)

If someone replace your yellow ducky with another yellow ducky, would you notice it?
Yes I would!

Whats your top 3 movies for 2006?
Hard question. I see so many movies in a year! The ones that come to mind are Inside Man, Narnia and the recent Cinta (directed by Kabir Bhatia).

2007 is coming very very soon, whats your new year’s resolution?
New years don’t mean very much to me. I suppose if I need to make resolutions for 2007, it’ll be to finish my novel and find a publisher.

If you have the chance to interview anyone in Kuching, who would it be.. and why?
I really can’t think of anyone. XD I’m not terribly interested the life and times of the rich and famous, Kuching or elsewhere. The most interesting people I’ve interviewed are people I’ve never heard of before I got sent to meet them.

Author: Georgette Tan

writer . poet . introvert . NSFW hand letterer . equatorial eclectic

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