A. Technical writer/editor, English professor
A. International School Bangkok, Louisiana College, Tulane University
A. I have so many! Here's a few: James Taylor, Dougie McLean, Loreena McKennitt, Tori Amos, and on and on
A. Just one? Pride and Prejudice with Matthew MacFadyen
A. Right now, it's NCIS
A. I am living my childhood dream!
A. Love doesn't come easy. That's what makes it so rewarding!
A. Perfect happiness is a cup of Jamaican Me Crazy coffee and a good book, both enjoyed on the balcony of a cabin in the Smoky Mountains in spring. Actually, just give me the Smoky Mountains in spring, and I'm good!
A. Not being able to write.
A. Aphra Behn, one of the first English professional writers. I have not had nearly the exploits she had, but she blazed the trail for other writers and spoke her mind. A lot. As do I.
A. Bernard Rimland, for recognizing that autism was neurological and changing life for parents of autistic children everywhere.
A. I have NO clue.
A. Not starting to write romances sooner!
A. I'd LOVE to be able to draw.
A. Building this career that I love.
A. My distractibility
A. My creativity
A. A talented musician.
A. Mr. Darcy from Austen's Pride and Prejudice
A. Hannibal Lecter. He's fascinating!
A. I would love to meet Elizabeth I. What an amazing woman! I'd ask her if she really had any lovers, and which ones were the best. Oh, and how she managed to rule England so effectively. Plus, I'd ask if she knew if Shakespeare's works were really written by him. I mean, she should know, right?
A. Having to wait in a line. Anywhere.
A. Traveling. I don't get to do it nearly enough, though.
A. Actress. I'm a ham, what can I say?
A. Tolerance, sense of humor, intelligence
A. It changes weekly, but right now it's "All That You Have Is Your Soul" by Tracy Chapman, "Love Story" by Taylor Swift, "Bitter with the Sweet" by Carole King, "Touched by the Sun" by Carly Simon, and "Caledonia" by Dougie McLean