I have a Pinterest page and post information/photos there on occasion. Mostly, it’s book-related information, but I also do podcast links, convention photos, and things like that. I admit, I don’t explore the site as much as I probably should. You can visit my page at http://www.pinterest.com/bobbynash/
Q: How did the last character killed off die?
Q: How do people respond when they learn that you're an author?
The first thing I get is how exciting that must be followed by “what kind of books do you write?” Then comes the presumption that I’m rich because every writer they’ve ever seen on TV or in the movies is uber-rich. Of course, that’s from people that don’t know any professional writers personally.
These days I also get the "did you publish them yourself or get a publisher?" That's a fairly new addition to the questions I get.
Q: Your Favorite Lindsay Crouse Movie?
Not sure on movies, but I thought she made a great Buffy The Vampire slayer villain.
Q: Is snacking a form of procrastination or does it act more as fuel for you?
Q: What is your favorite TV show that was cancelled too soon?
This could be a big list. I don’t know if I have a favorite, but here’s a few I thing belong on that list-- Leverage, Human Target, Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes, Buck Rogers in the 25th Century, Crusade, Veronica Mars (a show I recently discovered), seaQuest (yeah, I’m the one), Young Justice, Deadwood, Almost Human, and like almost everyone else I’ll add Firefly to the list.
|My kind of vacation.|
Usually, yeah. Although, it’s been about six years or so since I took a vacation and sadly, it was only two days. I am overdue for a beach trip. Maybe one day soon I’ll be able to make that happen.
Q: Please tell us about what you’re currently writing.
Q: Which do you prefer? eBooks or Paperbacks?
I stare at stories on a computer screen all day so when reading for pleasure I prefer paperbacks, but have enjoyed a good ebook on occasion.
Great question. I had to think about the answer to this one a bit. Since we’re talking dream collaboration, I would love to work with Clint Eastwood as the director on an adaptation of one of my novels, either Evil Ways or Deadly Games! I think he would bring just the right blend of thriller and action to it. Yeah. It’s good to dream.
This is another one of those where the answer will no doubt change the next time I’m asked. In no particular order…
DC: New Frontier by Darwyn Cooke
Fantastic Four Annual #17 by John Byrne (love Byrne’s entire FF run)
New Teen Titans (Baxter series) #1 - #5 by Marv Wolfman and George Perez
Avengers Forever by Kurt Busiek, Roger Stern, Carlos Pacheco, and
Walt Simonson’s Thor run
Liberty Meadows by Frank Cho
Daredevil: Born Again by Frank Miller and David Mazzuchelli
Batman: Year One by Frank Miller and David Mazzuchelli
Spider-man: The Hobgoblin Saga by Roger Stern, John Romita Jr., and Ron Frenz
Hellboy by Mike Mignola
Q: You are now the main character in the last book you read. What are you doing?
So Close The Hand of Death by J.T. Ellison.
Q: Do you purchase more paperbacks, hard covers, or ebooks?
Q: Out of the 79 episodes of the originals series of Star Trek, which is your absolute favorite?
The Trouble With Tribbles followed closely by Shore Leave.
Snow released the phone and let Katie Masters talk to her mother.
That’s from the upcoming Snow Storm e-novel.
Snow Falls is still available.
And I think that is a good place to finish this round of Sometimes I Get Asked Stuff…
Do you have any questions you’d like me to answer? Post them here as a comment or send them along to firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll answer them in a future installment of Sometimes I Get Asked Stuff...
|You can't take the sky from me.|
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Thanks for listening to me ramble.
Let’s do this again soon.