I will likely change these up periodically, just to keep things interesting 🙂
I have to pick one? Because I don’t think I can. But my top four are Kurt Russell (Chronicles of Christmas – sexiest Santa ever!), Gerard Butler (he’s been on my crush list for two decades), Jeffrey Dean Morgan, and Dwayne Johnson. (in no particular order)
Laptop or Desktop?
I have both. I usually use my desktop for tackling my non-writing tasks like marketing, blogging, updating my social media, and that sort of thing. I like using the laptop for writing because I seem to be able to resist the internet a bit easier and get more done.
Favorite Vacation Spot?
First, I never get a vacation. I can’t remember the last time I went somewhere. I think it’s been about 8 years, maybe longer. But if I did go on vacation, I’d love to go to Salem, MA or go visit the place where Halloweentown was filmed. I’ve also always wanted to see the Smithsonian museums.
Favorite TV Show?
That’s a super hard one. Most of the shows I loved are no longer on the air (or in the case of Supernatural, the last episodes are about to air). I do like 9-1-1 and 9-1-1 Lonestar, as well as Good Girls. Aside from those, I tend to stick with paranormal shows like True Blood, Grimm, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer. I also loved watching Dexter.
I can’t say I have a favorite band. I love a mix of music. Disturbed, Avenged Sevenfold, Kansas, Foreigner, The Scorpions, Rock Sugar, Ed Sheeran, P!nk, Skillet, and a million others. I’ve even been known to listen to classical, jazz, fifities rock, and more.
My office. July 2020 my uncle came over and enclosed an interior room for me so I’d have a dedicated workspace in our new home, without the distractions of pets and kids. I have two large prints on my wall — Dragon & Spider. I also have four signed J. Scott Campbell Fairy Tale prints on another wall. It’s also where I make the bookmarks and jewelry I have in my Etsy shop.
Random Fact: My (great-great) Aunt Betty was part of the Motor Maids. She was actually in American Motorcycling magazine in the 1960’s and 70’s as a part of the Motor Maids. You can find some of the articles online. She was fun, sassy, and one of a kind.
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