Wednesday, February 15, 2012
Author This or That: Liz Reinhardt
Liz Reinhardt stops by the blog today answering few of this or that. She is the author of Double Clutch.
Sweet or Salty:
The two combined! Chocolate covered pretzels, popcorn and Goobers, hot cocoa with sea salt…I love it all!
Facebook or Twitter:
Definitely Facebook! I’m on Twitter, but it feels like my brain will blow up when I try to figure out all the conversations…then again, it took me a good five months to figure out Facebook, so maybe I just need more time.
Love Triangles or Cross star lovers:
I would have said star-crossed, hands down…then I started reading books with love triangles and got addicted. Reading New Moon really inspired Double Clutch, because I thought Jacob Black got such a raw deal. I started to wonder what would happen if a girl really cared about two guys…and the rest is history!
Macbook or PCs:
I work on a PC but lust after a Mac!
Coffee or Tea:
Tea, lots of milk and sugar, like a little kid.
Summer or Winter:
I love the coziness and celebrations of winter, but now that I live in the South, the weather really throws me. I haven’t seen snow fall in six years! So I think I’m definitely missing winter right now!
Bookstores or online bookstores:
Online. I love browsing, but I hate going all the way to a place for a certain book, and it isn’t there! What I love about online is each book is right at my fingertips, anytime. I’ve read SO much more since I got an ereader, and that makes me very happy!
Vampire or werewolves:
Werewolves!! I love the warm, fiery tempered, animalistic nature!
iPhone or Blackberry:
Um. My phone is super, super old. Like it folds over. And has no internet access! But I want an iPhone just for the hilarious autocorrect options!
Talking on the phone or Texting:
99% texting, because it’s quick, direct, and lets me get right back to work writing. BUT I need my talking time with my friends/sister/mom/gram or I’d go crazy.
England or Paris:
Ooooh!! Tough one! I’d have to say Paris for it’s amazing food and wine…but I’m totally sneaking over to England to bask where so many of my favourite authors wrote ;)!
Blue or Purple:
Purple. That may be because I have a five year old, and she LOVES purple. I see a lot of it!