Seems folks are starting to get into this. I’ve got more than I can answer in the time remaining now. Here’s some from Kat over at My Single Mom Life:
What is the best book you have ever read and why? That’s a tough one. I don’t read a lot fiction myself as I tend to prefer to spend my time reading informational or educational books and magazines. Of the fiction writers I do read it’d be a toss-up between the fourth Harry Potter book by J.K. Rowling and William Gibson’s Neuromancer. Both of which grabbed me by the short and curlies and didn’t let go until I made it through the whole book. I’m not one who usually gets so wrapped up in a book that he stays up way later than he should reading it, but both of those did just that to me.
In terms of non-fiction I’d have to say one of the best books I’ve ever read is A Brief History of Time by Stephen Hawking. This book manages to take some of the most advanced and current thinking on cosmology and where the universe came from and puts it in a language that the average person can get their head around.
If you could marry someone famous who would it be? I can’t think of anyone famous I’d want to marry, but there are several I wouldn’t mind a couple romps in the hay with. The problem is that I just don’t know anyone in Hollywood well enough to have any idea if I could love them or make a marriage work. Sex is easy (and fun), but love and marriage is a lot of work and not to be entered into lightly.
If you won a billion dollars, how would you spend the money? First, I’d pay off what debts I have (and it wouldn’t take a helluva lot to do that) along with the debts of family and friends. After that I would have to say that I don’t have a clue how I would spend the money, but I sure would have fun figuring it out. Initially I’d probably just indulge my materialistic side for a bit, but it wouldn’t be long before I started in on more philanthropic uses.