November 3, 2011

Top 10 with Elizabeth Hunter

Top 10 with author of A Hidden Fire, Elizabeth Hunter
A Hidden Fire was a fabulous read...go read my review HERE

1.fav song/singer?
There is no possible way I could only pick one. In the past month or so, I’ve been listening to a lot of Florence + the Machine. Ask me again next month, and it’ll be someone different.

2.fav season?
I love fall when we get it. I live in Southern California, so we usually have lots of summer, a tiny bit of fall, a little bit of winter, a nice bit of spring...but mostly summer. And rain. I love rain any time of the year.

3.worst vacation?
Ooooh, that would probably be Paris for Christmas with my husband before we had the Small Boy. I adore France. He, I discovered, does not.

4.guilty pleasure?
Taco Bell crunchy tacos. Don’t judge me.

5.fav book and/or author?
Again, there is no possible way I could only pick one. If I picked one in my own genre, it would probably be Jeanine Frost. I love Cat and Bones. item you cannot live without?
My iPhone. I’m a junkie. It has twitter, music, and books on it. As well as Angry Birds. You just can’t beat that.

I used to have hobbies...then I started writing. Just kidding (kind of) I love to read, obviously. I love, love, love to travel. I also like cooking a lot. And sarcasm. That’s a hobby, right?

8.fav movie/actor/actress?
That changes all the time, too. (I guess I’m moodier than I thought) I really like Michael Fassbender lately. He’s very handsome, but he also has a lot of presence onscreen and a wonderful voice. He picks interesting projects, and I think he’s very talented.

9.fav food?
Overall? Traditional Mexican food, but I like almost everything.

10.who would you like to meet? (dead or alive?)
I’m going to limit myself to living persons, because otherwise there’s too many. Keeping things in the writing vein, I’m going to say Anthony Bourdain. I think he’s a great writer, travels to many cool places, has a very dry sense of humor, and if we hung out, I’d probably eat well. There are priorities, after all.

I like to think of sarcasm as more of a way of life than a hobby. And I will not be casting any stones at you, I just had my Taco Bell fix yesterday ;)

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  1. I think you may be right on the sarcasm thing. ;-)

  2. hahaha thanks for answering the questions. :))