Random Interview Saturday! Craig A. Price, Jr.

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.

Note: since the next two weekends are Christmas Eve and New Years Eve, I'm opting to not host random interviews on those days. We'll pick up again after the new year with new interviews.

Today we welcome author Craig A. Price, Jr. He brought snacks, but the dragons ate them all. Dang it.

Craig A. Price, Jr.

Author Bio:
Craig A. Price Jr. lives on the Alabama Gulf Coast with his son and wife. He spent most of his life in the Pacific Northwest before moving to work as a pipefitter. He has finished 4 novels and has seen a lot of success on Wattpad, where his book The Crimson Claymore has seen over 2.5 million reads and was a featured read for over two years. In his free time, he enjoys writing and reading novels, especially of the fantasy genre.

If you could live inside a theme park ride, which would it be? I don't know. I've never been to Disneyland or Disneyworld, or Six Flags. My family's never been able to afford any of that. The one park I do remember going to was the Lagoon in Utah. When Mom and I lived there, we'd go there a lot, and the best ride there is the Rattlesnake Rapids. I'd probably choose that, because it was always so much fun.
On a scale of 1 to 10, what do you think your chances are of surviving the zombie invasion? 7. I live in the South, so a lot of people around me have guns, and they'd probably fare better than me, but I do know a good bit of them, so I'm sure they'd help me out. I'd put my chances a lot higher if I could begin the sword collection I've always wanted. All I have for weapons is a Taurus 38 Revolver, and my wife's Ruger 22. I'll need to find extra weapons for the zombie invasion.
Who is your fictional best friend and what activities do you choose to do together? I'm sure I've had many of them as a child. I'm the third child, but my two older brothers are a lot older than me, so a lot of times it was like I was an only child. I'm sure that's how I developed the imagination I have today. I'd say the closest thing I have today is when I talk to myself or do actions or facial expressions to try and see what I'm doing so I know how to write it.
Sum up your life in five words and two punctuation marks. Father. Husband HardLabor Tired, Author
Fill in the blanks. I am a were____ but I only turn when the ___ is ___. Chicken - egg is broken
Do you consider yourself a cat person, or a dog person? I've always been a cat person, but with the cat we currently have, I can't stand the beast. He's rude, mean, won't come to me, won't lay in my lap, and of the dozens of cats I've always had, this one I don't care for. Now we have a dog who is always eager to lay on me every time I sit. I may have changed ... or as I told my wife, we need another cat who is nicer.
What weather is your writing? A dark and stormy night? A sunshiny day? A brisk cold day in the mountains as the sun rises, I could walk outside in my robe, with a cup of coffee, and my long stem pipe and write the day away. That would be the dream.
Pirates, Ninjas, or Vikings? Choose carefully Vikings. Pirates are interesting, and semi-cool, but they still have pistols. Ninjas are okay, but they only have one-sided swords. However, Vikings have all kinds of medieval weapons: swords, bows, and many other styles. I definitely pick them.
If this question were any question in the world, what question would you want it to be and how would you answer it? How do you feel about people in the writing and reading community? I don't like half of you half as well as I should like, and I like less than half of you half as well as you deserve.