Questions! 2011!

It's been a while since we've done questions, and there are a number of new faces around the blog lately. I figure it's time to do it again.

The rules are simple. Put your questions in the comments. You may ask anything you like, serious or silly, professional or totally inappropriate. I'll answer all of them as best I can and may even do so honestly!

You may, if you like, review old questions and answers, but it's not required. Part of thinking like a pro means realizing some questions will be asked repeatedly. I'm okay with that. Ask away!

And just to keep things fair, here's a question for you, devised by one of my most devious Irish friends:


5 comments:

Matthew Rush said...

Question: Would you rather be Jirayah (Pervy Sage) or Kabuto (the dork with the glasses)?

Anonymous said...

Hi, I could ask a lot of questions. I just found you from your post on Natalie's blog. I enjoyed the post. Can I ask what your main profession is? And advice for people who did not study writing or english or anything related to that in university...and struggling on how to really "start". Is there a method? And I'd love to know what a typical "day" or daily schedule is like for you (how you fit in work, writing, reading, eating,etc). Thanks.

Susan Kaye Quinn said...

Favored platform: Mac or PC?

Preferred literary success: Bestseller or Hugo?

Apocalypse: Super virus or sentient computers?

Awesomeness: Star Wars or Lord of the Rings?

Caped Guy: Batman or Superman?

:)

Myrna Foster said...

I like Susan's questions, though the fourth is a bit evil.

Have you written a ninja story?

How many children are you guys raising at the moment?

Asea said...

What's your favorite local food?

If your characters (from your various WIPs) were caught in a zombie apocalypse, would they make it?

Do you ever make up your own board/card games? How about twists to existing ones? Do you play games in combination (e.g. you play Monopoly, and the profits from it fund expansion in Puerto Rico)?