Lydia Albano is a fellow writer on figment [yay for figment!] who has several novels in progress, Finding You in particular. I love her writing style and her use of clear description, not to mention her stories. On her figment profile she says: "I run up the down-escalators, live on musical theater, and think Gregory Peck is dreamy. I sing praise to my King, speak up for what I believe in, and try to live a life that glorifies my Lord Jesus Christ. I whole-heartedly believe in fairy-tales and happy endings, wear high-heels, belt out showtunes in the shower, watch Doctor Who and eat watermelon. I sometimes think in a British accent."
Being an avid reader of Finding You and Esmeralda [though I haven't finished that one yet, I'll admit], I decided to ask if I could feature her on my blog. She agreed, and here are her answers to the questions I asked: