A. Construction worker, "fryboy" (worst job ever), dishwasher, waiter, cook, webdeveloper, creative director
A. Creative director at a film production studio in Little Rock.
A. Little Rock Central High, Lyon College, Art Institute of Dallas
A. Can't decide between The Beatles or The Rolling Stones
A. Can't decide between The Quiet Man and Raiders of the Lost Ark
A. Can't decide between Supernatural and The Walking Dead
A. Kids, love, cooking, walks, music, bills, work, gravity.
A. De gustubus non est disputandem
A. I always thought of heaven as a great library (with a massive kitchen) full of cute librarians.
A. Being devoured by bears.
A. San Pedro, Ambergris Caye, Belize
A. Lucius Cornelius Sulla Felix
A. Stephen King
A. In writing, words ending in -ly. In real life dialogue, it would be "man."
A. Slacking off in college.
A. My kids, named here as Rojo and The Grunch
A. Unwanted timidity
A. A sense of responsibility for myself and others
A. A big ole gnarly elephant. I spray water on everyone and if they didn't like it, I'd trample their little asses because I'm an ELEPHANT! Bwhaaaaaaa!
A. Loud voice
A. Bilbo Baggins
A. Playing guitar
A. Evil Overlord
A. Honesty, reliabilty, creativity
A. Pizza or salad. You can put anything on them!
A. These are mutable. Currently, "Hard Candy" - Chris Knight, "The Rose Hotel" - Robert Earl Keen, "Bicycle vs. Car" - Bob Schneider, "Cigarettes & Wine" - Jason Isbell
A. DEAD: William Faulkner, Harper Lee, J.R.R. Tolkien, Shakespeare, Norman Mailer, William Styron, Robert Heinlein, George Alec Effinger, Donald Westlake, Rex Stout, P.G. Wodehouse LIVING (2011): Stephen King, Neil Gaiman, Susanna Clarke, Elmore Leonard, Robert McCammon, Colleen McCullough, Larry Niven, George R.R. Martin, Neal Stephenson, Vernor Vinge, Tim Powers, Michael Chabon
A. The Lord of the Rings - Tolkien The Man With the Getaway Face - Donald Westlake/Richard Stark Carry On, Jeeves - P.G. Wodehouse Some Buried Caesar - Rex Stout A Light in August - William Faulkner
A. All the Nero Wolfe novels
A. Write the book that YOU would like to read.
A. "I don't normally like stuff like this but..."