It’s time for the next King’s CROWNing Authors (Cajoling Random Observations Now) interview. Please welcome, Gail Carriger. (Love her site and the calling cards!)
1. Tea or coffee?
2. What is your station in life?
3. Is space the final frontier?
No, it is the Undiscovered Country.
4. Books with or without pictures?
5. Define: Steampunk, in five action words?
BBC drama meets Hot Topic.
6. Why can’t 3+3 just equal 33?
Because that would throw off the state of the universe.
7. You must play mother and pour the tea but you are gloveless whatever will you do?
Trick question. A lady never sits down to eat with her gloves on!
8. Candy cane or fancy stick?
9. What compels you to write? (answer must use words from your answers from Q3, 6, and 7) A state of insanity mixed with fear of it. You know… it.10. Please ask me a question.
Vanilla or chocolate ice-cream on a sugar or plain cone? (No deviations! You must chose only from the options provided. Ice cream is high quality. Dietary restrictive substitutions are available.)
Oh no! You can’t make me. I, well I, um…I hate ice-cream. It’s so bland, if it was a colour it’d be magnolia. But there is something soothing and almost smothering about both ice-cream and magnolia that it can restore one. So, if pressed and hot and bothered – I’d chose chocolate ice-cream on a pain cone.
Thank you, Gail.
About Gail Carriger
New York Times Bestselling author Gail Carriger writes to cope with being raised in obscurity by an expatriate Brit and an incurable curmudgeon. She escaped small town life and inadvertently acquired several degrees in Higher Learning. Ms. Carriger then traveled the historic cities of Europe, subsisting entirely on biscuits secreted in her handbag. She resides in the Colonies, surrounded by fantastic shoes, where she insists on tea imported from London. Gail’s books are published in over a dozen different languages. She has received the Prix Julia Verlanger and the Elbakin Award from French readers.