A. Love, friendship, beauty, truth, faith, diligence, and laughter.
A. Fall down seven times, stand up eight.
A. A white sand beach, a pina colada, good company, and nowhere else to be.
A. Home invasion.
A. Toronto. Always Toronto. Having dim sum with my family, and then drinks with my friends.
A. Stephen King. He's so prolific. Most of my favorite stories (whether they're books or movies) were created by him.
A. "Seriously?", "Interesting!", and "Oh HELL no."
A. No regrets. Everything in my past brought me to where I am today, and this is a really good place.
A. The ability to read my cat's mind. What? Is that weird?
A. Starting my life over again. I think it's empowering to do that at least once.
A. I overanalyze everything.
A. Loyalty. And I'm a good listener.
A. Why, a superhero, of course!
A. I have an easy laugh.
A. Jeffery Deaver's Lincoln Rhyme.That dude seriously kicks butt.
A. Hannibal Lecter. Gretchen Lowell is a close second. Dexter Morgan comes in third.
A. Cigarette smoke and wimpy handshakes.
A. Traveling. Shopping with my girlfriends. Watching MAD MEN. Cuddling with Kobe (my cat).
A. Opera singer.
A. Open-mindedness, honesty, and a sense of humor.
A. Poutine. Thick cut fries, real cheese curds, brown gravy. No substitutes will do.
A. "Creep" by Radiohead (of course), "Everlong" by Foo Fighters, "All of Me" by John Legend, "A Thousand Years" by Christina Perri, "Demons" by Imagine Dragons.
A. Stephen King, Jeffery Deaver, Greg Iles, Chelsea Cain, Jeff Lindsay, Jonathan Kellerman, John Grisham, Suzanne Collins, Joe Hill, Joseph Finder, Chuck Palahniuk
A. It by Stephen King The Fault in our Stars by John Green Full Dark, No stars by Stephen King The Hunger Games Trilogy by Suzanne Collins The Art of Racing in the Rain by Garth Stein
A. IT by Stephen King. I've probably read it a dozen times.
A. Get off the internet and write your book.
A. "But what happens next?"