If you could invite any 5 people to dinner who would you choose? I would want to have Edgar Allen Poe, Jane Austen, Hunter S. Thompson, Oscar Wilde, and Cary Grant to dinner. Poe, because what’s a dinner party without at least one tortured genius. Austen because I enjoy her rapier wit. Thompson because all parties need one person who isn’t afraid to try anything. Wilde because he would say wildly inappropriate things and make me laugh. And Cary Grant…because I love him.
If you were stranded on a desert island what 3 things would you want with you? If I were being practical I would choose water, a working satellite phone, and a good knife…but no one likes practical people so I will choose rum, sunscreen, and a devastatingly attractive man with survival skills.
One food you would never eat? Tongue. Just the thought of it makes me cringe.
Please tell us in one sentence only, why we should read your book. Mystery, romance, and a man so bad you’ll beg for more.
What’s the best advice anyone has ever given you? Never use a word that you have to look up the definition.
What movie and/or book are you looking forward to this year? The Hobbit! I already have my tickets for the midnight show. #LotRnerd
What was your favorite children’s book? Where the Wild Things Are. It is such a sweet book. It was always my favorite growing up. I bought it for each of my nieces and nephews when they were born.
How do you react to a bad review? Everyone is entitled to their opinion and no story is for everyone—no matter what your mother thinks. I don’t mind if people don’t like my book. I appreciate that they gave it a chance.
Finish the sentence- one book I wish I had written is…. Catch 22. One of my favorite books. It is hysterically funny and such an original idea. I love it so much.
In your wildest dreams, which author would you love to co-author a book with? Jim Butcher. I am a huge fan of Dresden Files.
Genre – Paranormal Romance
Rating – PG13