That can change on a regular basis. I have a pile of books I reread over and over again. I’d probably have to choose 1984 by George Orwell. No matter how often I reread, it still stands out as an incredible cautionary tale. Scary stuff, especially since it doesn’t seem so unrealistic anymore.
2.) What can you see out your window at the moment?
My complex’s parking lot. And the car parked next to mine that is jutting out about four inches too far, making it difficult for me to get out of my spot. No, I’m not bitter.
3.) What's the weirdest thing you've ever eaten?
I was forced to sample hog maw, which is a pig’s stomach stuffed with potatoes and sausage and other disgusting things. I would like to avoid ever sampling that again. Blech!
4.) What fictional character would you most like to marry?
Mark Darcy from Bridget Jones’ Diary. I love him just the way he is.
5.) If ever a fictional villain was going to win, who would you want it to be?
The zombies. The zombies should always win. It’s only right. Oh, characters? Guess there should be more than brain-sucking to qualify as a villain. This is such a hard question, though. When I’m reading, I kind of root for the villain, in a sense. I’m a little pro-Moriarty or pro-Big Brother or pro-Morlocks. The villain is always the most interesting character in a story, even if they’re completely whackadoodle.
6.) How many types of cheese can you name off the top of your head?
Does head cheese count? Probably not. I’m not much of a cheese aficionado. The important cheeses that I can throw out are mozzarella, American, cheddar, provolone, parmesan and….um…apparently that’s all I can name off the top of my wee head.
7.) If you didn't want to be a writer, what would you be?
Rogue demon hunter.
8.) Can you play a musical instrument?
I used to play the clarinet in school. It didn’t get me dates, that’s for sure. It did give me the occasional lip splinter, though…
9.) Do you own a Kindle or any sort of e-reader?
10.) If so, how many books do you have on it?
Not a huge number right now. Mostly I have a rotating selection of books for my romance review blog, The One Hundred Romances Project. I delete them after they’re read though, since that’s protocol for dealing with review copies.
11.) You just got published. In a glowing review, someone calls you the next (insert name of famous author). Which author has to watch their back now you're on the scene?
All of them. Because eventually, I will be the queen of the writing universe. All will bow at my feet. Muwahahaha.