My Life as a Book – Nobody Does it Better: Guest Blogger Author Daisy Jordan

Today I am pleased to welcome guest blogger Daisy Jordan, author of Love Means Zero:

A chance encounter in a Rome hotel, two tremendously damaging photographs, and Hilton Joliet’s life is instantly altered. Previously working a dead-end job as an assistant in a portrait studio, she is now a freelance photographer for Game Set Match magazine, “the Us Weekly of tennis,” as she calls it.

Thrown rapidly into a jet-setting life of world-class tennis, the best seats at the best matches, and trailing the hottest young tennis stars and their model and actress girlfriends, Hilton, a former tennis player herself, can’t imagine a more fun job or a better way to jump-start her career while her boyfriend Luke finishes law school.

Author Daisy Jordan is an obsessive tennis fan and wrote Love Means Zero so she could live out her dream-job fantasy through Hilton.

But don’t worry if you’re not a tennis fan, Love Means Zero still has all the drama and suspense of Daisy’s previous books, which include Everything Happens for a Reason…, the Spin the Bottle series, and All That Sparkles Isn’t Real Sapphire. And without further ado, here’s Daisy…

My Life as a Book – Nobody Does it Better

When I saw Elizabeth’s “My Life as a Book 2010” post, I couldn’t resist doing one of my own! I took the liberty of adding some additional questions from a similar activity I did on Facebook awhile ago. But instead of using books I’ve read in 2010 for the answers, I used some of my all-time favorites. I also included all of my own books. 🙂

In high school I was: Prep (Curtis Sittenfeld)

I will never be: Wrong All Along (Daisy Jordan)

My fantasy job is: Silent Witness (Richard North Patterson) – I’m thinking CIA intelligence ops…

At the end of a long day I need: Really Good Friends (Daisy Jordan)

I hate it when: Love Means Zero (Daisy Jordan)

I wish I had: The Sweet Far Thing (Libba Bray)

You might be surprised: You’re the One That I Want (Cecily von Ziegesar)

At a party you’d find me with: The Beautiful and Damned (F. Scott Fitzgerald)

I’ve never been to: The Hotel New Hampshire (John Irving)

A happy day includes: Beach Music (Pat Conroy)

Motto I live by: Everything Happens for a Reason… (Daisy Jordan)

On my bucket list: A Season in Purgatory (Dominick Dunne)

In my next life, I want to be: The Postcard Killers (James Patterson)

Next year I will: Weekend in Paris (Robyn Sisman)

I want to meet: Everyone Worth Knowing (Lauren Weisberger)

I would describe myself as: Just Like Ice Cream (Lissa Halls Johnson)

The thing I like doing most is: Loves Music, Loves to Dance (Mary Higgins Clark)

I have learned: All That Sparkles Isn’t Real Sapphire (Daisy Jordan)

My love life is: This Side of Paradise (F. Scott Fitzgerald)

My friends are: Picture Perfect (Jodi Picoult)

I have never gone: Whistling in the Dark (Lesley Kagen)

My perfect vacation would be: Escape from Terror Island (Francine Pascal) – And I must say I cannot wait for Sweet Valley Confidential!

When life gets hard, I say: The Sun Also Rises (Ernest Hemingway)

When I wake up in the morning the first thing I think about is: Last Night at Chateau Marmont (Lauren Weisberger)

My favorite saying is: Stop Dressing Your Six-Year-Old Like a Skank (Celia Rivenbark)

My favorite place is: The Other Side of Midnight (Sidney Sheldon)

My parents are: Dick and Jane (the series of readers by Grosset & Dunlap) – seriously

I will name my next pet: The Aminal (Lorna and Lecia Balian)

I love to talk about: Best-Kept Secrets (Daisy Jordan)

On a first date, I would go to: Deception Point (Dan Brown)

My best words of wisdom: Everyone Poops (Taro Gomi)

The world would be a perfect place if: Just as Long as We’re Together (Judy Blume)

My state of mind at the moment is: Game Over (Daisy Jordan)

The title I really like but couldn’t find a way to use, so I put it as the title of this post, is: Nobody Does it Better (Cecily von Ziegesar)

Before she published her first book, Daisy grew up in Indiana watching tennis all summer every summer on TV and having her own fair share of high school and college boy drama, similar to her characters. She now lives in Denver and religiously fills out brackets for every Grand Slam with her brother Josh, while still managing to find time for boy drama. To learn more about Daisy you can visit her official website, as well as find her on Facebook, Twitter, and MySpace.
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