|Blurbarian Since||April 2008|
|My Web Site||http://www.myspace.com/aznprsuasion|
|Location||Vancouver, WA USA|
|My Occupation||Youth Ministry - Young Life Staff:)|
I am in love with people:) I honestly love to talk to people and hear everything about their lives and where they came from. I could sit and listen to a stranger for hours talk about their lost love, their thoughts on faith and even their hatred for things. There's a kind of beauty in the tragedy of life, and the best part of being ALIVE is experiencing what it means to be real. I take the good, I take the bad, I take the pleasure and I take the pain. We all experience the same emotions, but it's how we deal with them that makes us who we are. I LOVE to live:)
Born and raised in Vancouver, WA. I am 1/2 Vietnamese, 1/4 Chippewa American Indian, 1/4 White. Both of my parents are very rich in their cultural heritage. I have a wonderful husband named Kyle who is from Spokane, WA. He was an airforce brat who moved around quite a bit during his life. I currently work in youth ministry as a staff person for a non denominational organization called Young Life.
I love my job & my life.
|Spoiler alert: I'm thinking my next book will be about...|
|My father's side of the family and their journey moving to the States during the Vietnam war.|
|Everyone needs to know about these authors and artists...|
Authors: Orson Scott Card, Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child
Music Artists: I could go on for hours... so here's just a little taste of the wonderful harmonies that enter my ears every now and then... Minus the Bear/ Damien Jurado/ Regina Spektor/ Against Me!/ Millencolin/ Saves the day/ Atreyu/ Atmosphere/ The Bled/ UnderOath/ Cursive/ Aaron Sprinkle/ System of a Down/ Rocky Votolato/ The Postal Service/ Ratatat/ UnderOath/ Copeland/ Dave Matthews Band/ Thrice/ The Faint/ Ray Lamontagne
|This book is addictive. Read it. (At your own risk.)|
Enders Game by Orson Scott Card and all the rest of the series to follow:)
Harry Potter Series by J.K. Rawlings.
Still Life with Crows by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child