I consider science fiction and fantasy my genre. And I've noticed over the years that there doesn't tend to be a lot of lighthearted, comedic stuff.
I do hold very strongly that tea is better in England. There's something in the milk. They must have special cows.
I like certain subgenres within science fiction and fantasy, and one of those is urban fantasy, and another is steampunk.
I like to spoof the original Gothic classics, so there is also good dose of comedy in the 'Parasol Protectorate' - giggling readers are good.
I love stand-up comics, particularly those who have embraced podcasting.
I pretty much will do anything for a laugh.
I'm a Reuben kinda girl, but I'll take a BLT with avocado in a red hot minute if it comes on ciabatta.
It seems to me that Halloween is the perfect time to get all over steampunk.
Laughter is healing and helpful and fun, and I see my role as an entertainer, and I want readers to leave my books smiling.
Most of the names in my books have secondary meaning. Sometimes they foreshadow; sometimes they tell you about the character's origin or back story.
My absolute favorite food of all time is alpaca.
Occasionally, if I am very confident in the establishment, I'll risk an egg salad on Dutch crunch, but I must be very confident indeed.
Smoke machines are the best!
To the best of my knowledge, my youngest reader is 10 and the oldest is 95.
When all else fails, dress beautifully and throw your food.
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