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Getting to Know Me

For my first post I thought that some of you might be interested in getting to know a little more about me! So read on below some questions and answers!

  1. What is your full name? Olivia Templeton.
  2. What does your name mean? Traditionally before Shakespeare used Olivia in the Twelfth Night, it was just Olive. So I guess my name means peace.
  3. Does your name make any interesting anagrams? Sort of, you can make the word malevolent out of it!
  4. Who did you look up to growing up? That would be the girls in the books I was reading about.
  5. What would your parents have named you if you were the other gender? Connor, apparently!
  6. What is your biggest accomplishment? Being awarded as Plymouth Young City Laureate for a year.
  7. What is your biggest fear? There are too many to list! Haha!!
  8. What has required you to have the most courage? Probably my eye operations I’ve had.
  9. What is your favourite fairy tale? Beauty and the Beast.
  10. What is your favourite quote? “I am a free bird and no net ensnares me”. It’s a powerful quote from Jayne Eyre.
  11. Can you dance? I used to be able to but when your sight starts going it becomes a bit too difficult to continue.
  12. Do you save old greeting cards? Yes. I put everything in a scrapbook.
  13. Do you have pets? Not me, but my sister has the cutest kitten.
  14. Who sent the last text you received? My boyfriend.
  15. Who would you tell first if you found a dead body in your garden? My Sister!
  16. What is your most embarrassing moment? Probably when I pulled my trousers down in the primary school playground in front of everyone!

2 thoughts on “Getting to Know Me”

  1. Nice to meet you and welcome to the world of book blogging! Looking forward to seeing more of your posts 🙂


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