Random Interview Saturday! Norene Moskalski

DISCLAIMER


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.

Our next author is Norene Moskalski! Let's give her a round of applause! 



The Interview


If you could design a holiday, what would it be?
 I would design a holiday celebrating the day people finally understood that all life was created equal and was to be respected for their innate abilities.

Heads or Tails?
Heads because Heads lead Tails.

Who is your fictional best friend and what activities do you choose to do together?
Kate Connors in Nocturne, Opus 1: Sea Foam is my fictional best friend because she thinks like I do and says things that I just knew she was about to say! We enjoy problem-solving our way through the stories I write. We sleuth together!

Can you simply walk into Mordor?
Not safely. There are too many slings and arrows aimed at the entrance.

When cats take over the world, how do you plan to win their good graces?
All right. This question must have been designed just for me! I would teach them the meaning of words so we could communicate our affection and peace for each other. Please see Words For Cats: How To Teach Cats The Meanings Of Words by Me! 

Which of the two potions would you like to possess: a Love Potion or a Sleeping Potion?
A Love Potion that simply expresses: "Love one another, as I have loved you."

I think I need a new pet. What should I get and why?
A bunny! Definitely a bunny and not a rabbit. Small, furry bunnies are adorable to watch. Everything they do is very different from what cats or dogs do. Just watch some online videos and you will be fascinated. What joy to have one's own furry entertainment center!

If you could live inside a theme park ride, which would it be?
Pirates of the Caribbean would be a lively place to live. What could go wrong?

If this question were any question in the world, what question would you want it to be and how would you answer it?
The most important question in the world: "What happens after we die?"  What if the answer to this question was what we were supposed to figure out during our time here on earth? Perhaps we should have been spending our college years and our graduate degree years studying theology. Perhaps we should have spent more time reading books about what others felt was the purpose of life, instead of entertaining ourselves with fiction. What if, while trying to live what we thought was a good life, we actually fell far short of what was required? What happens after we die? Our physical body immediately begins to disintegrate at the cellular level on the inside, including our brain, but perhaps our thoughts, memories, and our mind live on. 


Connect with the Author

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