The H. L. Burke Random Interview is not like other interviews. The questions are all over the place. They have no purpose. Their purpose is their lack of purpose.There are nine questions because cats, but these nine questions are subject to change without notice, so the questions one person answers may not be the questions answered by the next author.
Today I downloaded an attachment and inside was Lea Doué, begging to get out because it was stuffy in there. I told her I'd release her if she answered a few simple questions.
A native of south Georgia, Lea currently lives in Nova Scotia, Canada
with her husband, their two boys, a rescue greyhound, and a cat. But,
time, but she also enjoys directing a small puppet team at her
sadly, no dragons. Homeschooling and writing take up most of her
church. The Firethorn Crown, a re-imagining of Grimm's “The Twelve
Chronicles, a series inspired by fairy tales and other stories.
Dancing Princesses,” is the first novel in the Firethorn
What weather is your writing? A dark and stormy night? A sunshiny day?
I'd say somewhere in between. It's not all happy-go-lucky, but it's not depressing, either. I like for the sun to be out at the end.
What is the best dream you ever had? Alternately, what is the worst nightmare you've ever experienced?
My dreams are weird, but I rarely have nightmares. And I don't remember details very often. I do remember a purple motorcycle beside a brown pond surrounded by rocky cliffs from sometime in my early teens.
You're the next Disney princess. What fairy tale is your full length movie, and how would you use your new ability to control woodland creatures?
Okay, what if I were one of the 12 Dancing Princesses ('cause my book). Doesn't matter which one, and we'd ride dragons, and the woodland creatures would follow us out of loyalty. No controlling necessary.
Would you rather travel to the past or the future?
Neither. I'd rather travel to the make-believe.
If you had to write in only one crayon color for the rest of your life, what would you choose?
Purple. It's my favorite.
For the length of the day, you can replace all the world's water with one substance of your choice (Don't worry. The sea life will adapt.). What do you choose?
Hmm. I want to say Cherry Coke, but that wouldn't make for a very nice morning shower. It would make swallowing a mouthful of ocean a bit tastier, though.
Sum up your life in five words and two punctuation marks.
What a journey. Praise God!
Congratulations! You are now president of this blog. What's your first executive order?
If this question were any question in the world, what question would you want it to be and how would you answer it?
Where's question ten? I don't like ending this on an odd number. How could you do this to me? (Okay, that's two more questions, so we're even now.) ;)