Hello and welcome to this week’s hop. So glad you’ve joined us! This week’s challenge comes from the fabulous Brenda Margriet:
Choose 2 characters from one of your books (published or WIP) to answer these five questions:
I choose Wylie and Kennedy from “Texas Summer”…
What’s your favourite word?
Wylie would say “Yes”.
Kennedy would say “Exotic”.
What is your fondest childhood memory?
Wylie – I remember every part of my childhood as being great. I was allowed to explore and be a kid, but I had enough chores and responsibilities to give me a sense of honor and accomplishment.
Kennedy – When my father would show up. I loved him, but he was never around. Or, at least, not enough.
What one thing in your past do you wish you could do differently?
Wylie – I wish I had come to this town sooner and met Kennedy when I was younger. Then, I could have more years with her and maybe made her life easier sooner.
Kennedy – I wish I’d had the chance to travel more. I might have had a better perspective on life. But I am so glad I was here when Wylie’s car broke down.
Vanilla or Chocolate?
Both agree on chocolate.
If you could have lunch with one famous person (alive or not) who would it be and why?
Wylie – I’m a writer and I admire James M. Cain. His work combines the essence of the noir with the crime and he could dig into the heart of his characters like no else. Second choice would be Agatha Christie, the grand dame. She would kill off a character and then seemed to have a great time watching everyone try to figure out who dunnit.
Kennedy – I love to paint so my choice would be Rembrandt. I would love to pick his brain and try to understand how he sees and then manages to translate it to canvas. Color comes easily to me, but the way Rembrandt could capture light and shadow is unsurpassed.
Now let’s pop over to the amazing Jenna Da Sie and check out her answers…