Friday, May 3, 2013

Blog Tour: If I Should Die by Amy Plum, Interview with Vincent!!!

Today we are hosting the If I Should Die Blog Tour!  The YA Sisterhood is a huge fan of the Revenant Series, and we are so sad to see it ending.  We will miss you Kate and Vincent.


We were able to score one last interview with the gorgeous Vincent!  So check it out.  Be sure to check out my review of If I Should Die here

Hey Vincent!
Thank you so much for stopping by the YA Sisterhood!  We love you. *blushes* I mean, we think you’re pretty cool.  We know you are really busy saving lives and all that, so we won’t keep you long!  Instead of doing a traditional interview, we wanted to see how you respond to a few statements!
So, without further ado, let’s jump right in!
True or False? And feel free to elaborate, or, um, move closer if you want.  *deeper blush*
1.       All’s fair in love and war.
I’d have to say false to both. War is always unfair for most of the people who actually fight. Unless those “people” happen to be numa, of course. As far as love, there are rules. I would never make a move on a friend’s girlfriend, for example. I guess it just comes down to loyalty and basic respect.
2.       2 is better than 1.
True. Unless the criterion is “women who you love” and then I’d have to say that one’s enough for me.
3.       You always hurt the ones you love.
False. I prefer you always hurt the ones you hate, and the ones you love should be pampered.
4.       Better late than never.
I have to say I’m pretty punctual, but know some people who don’t know what a clock is. And their name might start with A. Oh, and also J. So I’d have to agree—showing up in the nick of time is better than not showing at all.
5.       Better the devil you know than the devil you don’t know.
I know plenty of devils. And I’d prefer to go up against the ones I know. Knowing your enemy’s weakness is most of the battle.
6.       Those who cannot remember the past are doomed to repeat it.
True. Although even those who remember the past are doomed to repeat it. Human nature never changes.
7.       Nothing is impossible.
I’ll answer that with, “Where there’s a will, there’s a way.”
And lastly, we have a few this and that questions for you to intrigue our readers!
Kiss or Cuddle? A lot of both, please.
Fire or Ice? Fire. Especially when it comes to girls, feisty is always more fun than frosty.
Truth or Dare? Depends on if I’m asking or responding. I have a lot of secrets – I’d have to choose dare.
Fight or Flight? Fight. Every time.
Trick or Treat? Treat!
Boxers or Briefs? Why do people always ask me that question? Okay, for the sisterhood, I will reveal that I wear Ermenegildo Zegna boxer briefs.
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