Tuesday, March 3, 2015

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 PJ Fiala wanted to know:

1.  If you could be stuck in a television show for one month, what show would it be and why? 

I don't watch much TV, so this is a tough one. In fact, about the only show I watched on a regular basis before it was cancelled was Longmire. (Thanks Netflix, for picking it up!) I've lived close to the part of the country the fictional county of Absaroka  is set in, and would enjoy a chance to go back and visit. Plus, as it's a small town, maybe I'd get more writing done with fewer distractions. Of course, I might have to spend some time hanging out in the Red Pony Bar with Henry. Talk about a distraction!

2.  If you could have dinner with one famous person, past or present, who would it be and why?

I've answered this question before, and my answer used to be John Denver. I've worked in a reference to him in each of my Oak Grove books. But I've changed my mind. Wouldn't it be great to have the chance to spend some time with Janis Joplin? Sure, she she had more than her share of issues, but what a forceful personality! I think it would be amazing to sit and have a conversation with her. 

3.  If you could live anywhere in the world, money is no object, for 1 year, where would you want to live?

I'd live in a cabin outside of Red Lodge. Montana, near the Beartooth Mountains. If I got really lucky, I'd get one with property that backs up to the National Forest. Sure, I'd have to use a satellite connection for internet access, but I could head into town once in a while to get a better connection and upload all the writing I'd accomplished. Since I wouldn't have to hold down a job, wouldn't have the internet to distract me, and would have the mountains for inspiration, I imagine I'd get a lot done. 

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