When I “Fall into the World of Extraordinary” I always want to…
…be dazzled with eye blinking, non-stop amazement. Don’t let me down!
You have been invited to an exclusive compound that is prepared for the Zombie apocalypse, however everyone must have a skill to enter. What would be your skill to enter this club?
Let’s get this straight first, I only want to be on Rick’s team. I have taken a gun safety class and have done a bit of practice with a two inch 38 revolver, would gladly work on getting better. In my fantasy life I see myself with archery skills, but realistically only took that for one semester in high school. lol I would also play the RN card, having been one for twenty-five years before retiring to write full time. I would love to be in charge of the medicine, taking in, handing out, offering advice, I’m really good at that!Basically I’d do whatever Rick told me to do.
Again, for the apocalypse, you can only carry one backpack…. What would you pack?
I have a premade grab and go backpack, manufacturer made, with the basic needs. To that I would add a few photos of my family I keep under the glass desktop cover on my desk. Extra undies, a ball cap to hide dirty, straggly hair, more water and another pair of walking shoes. Oh, and a second pair of glasses, heaven help me if I lose one. Plus, a huge honking tube of toothpaste. I’d also pack that 38 revolver and something sharp, something very, very sharp, an ice pick?
Lynne Marshall used to worry she had a serious problem with day dreaming, until she discovered she was supposed to write those stories. Now traditionally published with Harlequin for more than ten years with over twenty-five books as a category romance author, and more recently with TULE Publishing, she has also gone hybrid with four books. She is a Southern California native, has been married to a New Englander for a long time, and has two adult children of whom she is super proud. She is also an adoring grandmother of two beautiful little girls, a woman of faith, a dog lover (Milo can vouch for that), a cat admirer, a meandering walker, a curious traveler, and an optimistic participant in this wild journey called life.