A. Writing, of course. It's my dream job.
A. The Godfather; Facing Windows; Wizard of Oz; Star Wars
A. LOST; Supernatural; Sopranos; Merlin
A. organized chaos with no chance of any rest
A. nothing ventured, nothing gained
A. I don't believe in 'perfect', but a strong mixed drink and a really great book sounds nice to me!
A. never making a difference
A. Hypatia of Alexandria -- an intellectual badass
A. J.K. Rowling
A. I'm known for saying some quite naughty words... frequently.
A. Nothing, really. You live and you learn.
A. I'd like to be able to sing without making ears bleed.
A. My wordiness. I'm terrible at being concise. I go on and on and on...
A. I've got a big heart. It gets me hurt sometimes, but so worth it.
A. Diane Lane. She made out with Raoul Bova AND Olivier Martinez on screen. But I kind of like just being me.
A. probably my sense of humor
A. Anakin Skywalker. Or Thor.
A. Darth Vader. Or Loki.
A. As odd as it may sound, I'd love to meet Al Capone and explore his mind.
A. When people say 'literally' and don't mean it literally
A. I'm always writing
A. Queen (okay, technically a title and not a profession, but who wouldn't want to be royalty?)
A. Compassionate, sense of humor, drive to make a difference
A. "My Way" Frank Sinatra; "18th Floor Balcony" Blue October; "Closer" Kings of Leon; "I Giorni" Ludovico Einaudi; "Outcry" Dream Theater... or anything by Imagine Dragons
A. J.K. Rowling, John Green, Stephen King, Stephenie Meyer, Tiffany Reisz, L. Frank Baum, Mario Puzo, Larissa Ione, Chuck Palahniuk, Richelle Mead... too many to name, basically.
A. The Fault in Our Stars by John Green The Godfather by Mario Puzo Vampire Academy series by Richelle Mead Memoirs of a Geisha by Arthur Golden Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett
A. Don't Die, My Love by Lurlene McDaniel. I've read it at least a dozen times.
A. Write what you want to write and not what others tell you to write.
A. "You better not kill my favorite character."