Why is your twitter name "MeganisaBiscuit"? Why would you call yourself that?
Why, reader, what a funny story! I was listening to the radio one day and the DJ kept flinging the term "biscuit" around like it meant more than a piece of delicious bread. It became an inside joke between me and my friend. We decided it can mean anything. Biscuit can be affectionate or accusatory or aggressive or admonishing (yay for alliteration!). "You biscuit!" "Uh, you are such a biscuit." "Have you been a biscuit lately?" Now that I think about it Biscuit could be the new B-word. Inspiration!

Why are you obsessed with corgis?
I hope this is a rhetorical question. If it isn't, well...they are always smiling and have big ears and little white feet and fluffy butts. Also, I saw the Butterball going down the stairs video and fell in forever-love.

What does "My Fault Line" refer to?
Well, my original idea was to reference Paper Towns by John Green (see quote left). But instead I was thinking of this quote (which is actually partly quoting The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath...I like quotes): “'But when it came right down to it, the skin of my wrist looked so white and defenseless that I couldn't do it. It was as if what I wanted to kill wasn't in that skin or the thin blue pulse that jumped under my thumb, but somewhere else, deeper, more secret, and a whole lot harder to get.' I know what she's talking about. The something deeper and more secret. It's like cracks inside of you. Like there are these fault lines where things don't meet up right.” Its all okay though because I love the book and like both quotes and I think the title is unique.

Okay, so I just guessed at what you guys would want to know. Please leave real questions in the comments I would be ecstatic to answer you! 

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