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.
We hear a growl from the bushes. Is it the elusive questing beast?
No! It is Kimberly A. Rogers!
Author Bio -
Kimberly A. Rogers writes urban fantasy with a Christian twist. She lives in Virginia where the Blue Ridge Mountains add inspiration to an overactive imagination originally fueled by fantasy classics such as the works of C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien.
|Kimberly A. Rogers|
What method do you suggest for dealing with dragons?
Bribe them by reading whatever books they want to them. Dragon claws aren't very good for turning delicate pages, after all.
During an alien invasion, what would be your weapon of choice?
If you had to be physically one age for the rest of your life, where would you stop the clock?
What weather is your writing? A dark and stormy night? A sunshiny day?
My writing is more sunshine in the morning but partly cloudy and chances of storms in the afternoon that will turn to clear skies by day's end.
When cats take over the world, how do you plan to win their good graces?
I have catnip and am well-versed in the art of petting them due to the cat who already owns me.
Favorite flavor (of what? EVERYTHING!)?
Chocolate. Everything is chocolate.
If you could live inside a theme park ride, which would it be?
Carousel or Ferris Wheel depending on whether it's a day to touch the sky or just ride the painted horses.
Vs movies seem to be all the rage. If you had to put one together, what on screen match up would you like to see?
Oooh, tough one. I know! Battle of the archers! Legolas Vs Hawkeye.
If this question were any question in the world, what question would you want it to be and how would you answer it?
Why do you write? Because I can't not write. It's in my blood and it's how my soul speaks and flies and sings.