What's been one of the most exciting moments in your journey to publication?
It has to be when the editor said she wanted to publish my book. That was huge and nothing's really topped that. Seeing the ARC was next, especially with the super cover by Michael Morgenstern.
Is there anything you can't write without?
That would be my morning coffee. I can write almost anytime, anywhere, with anything, but don't tell me I can't have java when I start.
When stuck on a story which do you choose: write make-out scene or explode something?
Definitely I explode something. I've blown up bank vaults, hoarded mounds of pirate "bling," even cow patties. Very freeing this blowing up stuff.
Can you share a favorite line you've written either in this book or a WIP?
It's my first line in Sliding that I really like. "Something's wrong." That's how I felt when I began to write the book about self-abuse.
Finally: pro fast zombie or anti fast zombies?
Do they have a fast gear? I'm going with anti on this one, just in case I'm ever chased by one of them.