I’ve asked a variety of authors— from horror to romance to comedy to non-fiction—to answer a few questions that I pose. Of course, I love a twist. All answers had to be no more than two sentences. Brevity presents a greater challenge.
For me the process was delightful as well as insightful. I love that authors can express our personalities and style in so few words. Just check out the varied responses to the first question!
The question: What’s the one thing that makes you squeamish when reading/hearing/seeing?
“Needles in the eyes. That’s all you’re getting out of me.”
Julianne Snow, author of Days with the Dead and Glimpses of the Dead
“Dogs being hurt.”
Mercedes Fox, author of Poaching the Immortal
“There’s not much that makes me squeamish actually, I read a lot of Stpehen King and grew up watching shows like CSI and House.”
Samantha Fischer, Author Love and Self Discovery
“Nose-bleeds or nose injuries.”
Faye Sewell, Author of The Kestrel, (Book one of The Black Feather Trilogy.)
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I’m getting squeamish thinking about it…