A. Anna Pavlova, and it wouldn't matter what I said; I'd want to hear what she had to say.
A. Graphic novels! Call them comics, which is what they are.
A. Nelson Mandela
A Conversation with Yona Zeldis McDonough, author of Breaking the Bank
Q. Where did the inspiration for a magical ATM come from? What sort of research process did you undergo for this novel?
A. I was having a conversation with my brother and he asked why whenever the bank made an error, it was always in their favor. I agreed, but was then reminded of an incident that happened years earlier (before the advent of ATMs) when a young teller gave me four hundred dollars...