Just for fun!

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Hello ladies and gentlemen!

Today I’ve decided to do something interesting!

Each of you can ask just one question whether it’s private or not & I’ll answer all of them honestly.

Now I’m ready to answer your questions.

Amir.H.Ghazi

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145 thoughts on “Just for fun!

    1. Since childhood I was interested in ghosts & haunted places. I grew up with ghost stories. Even now I fear of dark, confined areas. I love being frightened, I don’t know why:D
      I’ve read many books in different genres except romance. I hate romance!

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      1. Haha.. Well you’re right! A good scare is good scare πŸ™‚ And romance is not that bad, if you read the right books. You can take some suggestions when you find yourself interested someday πŸ™‚

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      2. Ok, Ill go a little easy and not throw you directly into a mushy pit. You can start with this beautiful work called “A thousand splendid suns” by Khalid Hosseini. It is a good mix of romance/ struggle/ history and is outstandingly inspirational. I’d be surprised if you haven’t already read it!

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      1. What is it so I can steal it, lol …I’m joking….I have too many ideas as it is….and I can’t do them all. If anyone ever needs ideas, I got some for you….just give me a lil cred when it’s a success πŸ˜€

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  1. Thanks so much for leaving a comment on my spiritual blog! My question to you is a riddle. What’s fat and screams and hot and leans? (It’s a clean riddle, so hopefully you don’t have a dirty mind lol).

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  2. Hi! Earlier you said you hate the romance genre! *gasp* lol. So I must ask, have you ever been in love? If so, how can you not like romance?! If you have no, then do you think that’s why you do not like the genre? β˜ΊοΈπŸ˜‡

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    1. Mmm… well.. Yeah I was in love. I was the luckiest man in the world, at that time I was a romantic person. I would read romance & even I wrote a short romance “the Duty of Love”! But I was wrong! I’d made a big mistake in choosing the right person for my life.After we broke up I tried to avoid love & anything related to romance. That’s why a very romantic boy turned into a cold person. I hope I could answer your question Jen:)

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      1. Thank you so much for your response! I’m sorry that your love did not work out and that it has made you “cold” as you say. I’m sure that you still have that romantic side of you, hidden within all the love of horror you have ☺️.

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  3. So this family moves into a beautiful secluded house. Tuns out it’s haunted and everyone dies, the end! Are these horror story plots making you crazy too!? I just want to be scared like terrified scared! Okay turns out I have two questions how long have you been reading and writing horror?

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  4. What is your earliest memory? Is it in any way meaningful to you?
    (My earliest memory is sitting in a square of sunlight on the floor, watching the little dust particles float in the air. I still love to be warm.)

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      1. Wow, now that kind of surprises me… And here I was thinking ~ though King is certainly great ~ that you were going to go back a bit further in history, so… two follow-up questions:

        1) Why Stephen King for the “father of contemporary horror?”

        2) Who would you name as “grandfather/mother?” (Someone like Poe, perhaps?)

        3 And, okay, I can’t help myself: How about “mother” of horror? Any significant female authors of the horror genre?

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      2. 1) King makes bold, brilliant use of of his satanic storytelling gift, his angelic ear of language, and above all his incomparable ability to find the epic in the ordinary.

        2) H.P Lovecraft

        3) I’m not familiar with females who write horror:)

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    1. I live in a three story house. At nights I sleep in third floor. One night I heard my phone ringing down stairs. I went there and searched for the phone. The phone was ringing but I couldn’t find it. Then I remembered that I was alone at home & my phone was on my desk at the third floor beside the laptop.

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  5. Interesting post πŸ™‚ My question – how did you get to be so wise at such a young age?
    And I’m going for another ‘cos I notice others have got away with more than one πŸ™‚
    Are you scared of love ?

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    1. 1. I love reading all the matters around how to write and the subjects related to it but I’m not that much wise miss:)

      2.Scared is not the proper words, I just don’t want to waste my time making love with a girl. I just wait for the proper time, I mean wedding time:)

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  6. I’ll say it again, you are an old soul with a wise heart that is not cold at all πŸ™‚ I just wondered if your heart had been broken and left you feeling vulnerable to hurt. To care, to love another is never a waste of time. You are still young. Love will come

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  7. I feel like I am commenting on this post waaaay too late. I dont have a question per say but I wanted to thank you for checking out my blog: https://perfectlyperfunctoryblog.wordpress.com/ (that review post about the jigatsu circle).
    And Im absolutely stoked that you’re aiming for the Bram Stoker Award. Good luck! I would love to hear your suggestions on a good horror book. I havent read a good one in a while πŸ™‚ Thanks ❀

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