Thursday, December 12, 2013

Deserted Island: Author Jamie Baywood

Weekly Feature here at Snowdrop Dreams  of Books where authors and bloggers share what five books and what five other items they would want with them if they were ever stuck on a  deserted island and why they chose them. Some posts are serious, some  are extremely silly and some are mixture. Check back every week to see what your favourite authors and bloggers would pick. Click here if you would like to participate.
This week Jamie Baywood, author of Getting Rooted in New Zealand, is here with her Deserted Island experience!

What five books would you want with you, and why?
  1. May I Ask You Something? by Cyan Corwine. It would make me smile and fill me with hope.
  2. The Buddha, Geoff and Me by Edward Canfor-Dumas. I missed the characters from the book when I finished reading it.
  3. Area Code 212 by Tama Janowitz. Her writing makes me laugh out loud.
  4. A Mighty Heart by Mariane Pearl. I hear the memoir is amazing, terrifying and unforgettable.
  5. Let’s Pretend This Never Happened by Jenny Lawson. I haven’t read it yet, but it looks funny. It would be good to have a bit of fun and a surprise.

What five items would you want, and why?
  1. Sunscreen – I am very, very pale.
  2. Razor – I’m vain and don’t like body hair.
  3. An unlimited supply of Chipotle Tabasco sauce. I’m addicted to that stuff. It will make whatever I’m catching for food taste better.
  4. Something to start fire with.
  5. Something to hunt or fish with.

About the author:
Jamie Baywood grew up in Petaluma, California. In 2010, she made the most impulsive decision of her life by moving to New Zealand. Getting Rooted in New Zealand is her first book about her experiences living there. Jamie is now married and living happily ever after in the United Kingdom. She is working on her second book.

Getting Rooted in New Zealand
is available in paperback and ebook on Amazon 
Jamie Baywood can be followed on the following sites: 

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