That would depend on which social class I could be and which sex. Some people had really tough lives, especially the women, but I wouldn't want to be a man. It would be fun to be an upper class woman in Regency England and go to balls. It would be great to be one of those strong, creative women spy-types in the American Revolution who helped to overthrow the Redcoats, too.
Delightful, magical, moving, poetic, fun, and romantic.
Favorite book is Persuasion by Jane Austen or Graceling by Kristin Cashore. And I have two fictional crushes (that I didn't write myself): Nat in The WItch of Blackbird Pond (Elizabeth Speare) and Wes in The Truth about Forever (Sarah Dessen.) Love 'em!
If you could be any character in fiction, whom would you be / Why?
It would be great fun to be Elizabeth Bennet in Pride and Prejudice, and I wouldn't mind being married to Mr. Darcy or being mistress of Pemberley. I'd have amazing gardens!
Definitely Drew Barrymore. I think she's had a fascinating career and that she's a thoughtful woman and fun to watch. I loved the movie EVER AFTER -- her take on Cinderella! See it if you haven't! She has a movie company too, so if she ever wanted to do FORGET-HER-NOTS ....
If someone wrote a biography about you, what do you think the title should be – please explain?
A Perennial Bloomer. A perennial flower may take awhile to establish its roots, but keeps coming back year after year and can bloom more beautifully with the passage of time. It took me awhile to get all the lovely words just right in FORGET-HER-NOTS, but I hope it will continue to bloom for many readers.
Hectic, beautiful (as in full of beauty), fulfilling, surprising, fun, focused, and energetic!
**Is there any additional info you would like to share with your readers about what’s next for you and your books?**
I'm working on a new novel called STRING THEORIES that has nothing to do with flowers. But I do hope to write a companion novel to FHN one of these years ....
Thanks so much for having me, Tina!
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