Question: How would you describe your life in eight words?
Karen McQuestion: Unpredictable, ever changing, a little messy, always interesting.
Question: With whom in history do you most identify?
Karen McQuestion: Louisa May Alcott, because both of us are writers and the second of four daughters.
Question: What are your most overused words or phrases?
Karen McQuestion: In my writing: seem, look, nodded. In real life: "Do you know what I mean?"
Question: What three personal qualities are most important to you?
Karen McQuestion: Sense of humor, compassion, intelligence.
Question: What are your five favorite books of all time?
Karen McQuestion: Gone With the Wind by Margaret Mitchell, Harriet the Spy by Louise Fitzhugh, Ladder of Years by Anne Tyler, A Wrinkle in Time, by Madeleine L’Engle, and Me Talk Pretty One Day by David Sedaris.
(Republished with permission from TheDiviningWand blog.)
From the Back Cover
Karen McQuestion deftly blends romance and comedy in this delightful romp where love is discovered in the most unexpected of places.
Karen McQuestion's essays have appeared in "Newsweek," the "Chicago Tribune," the "Denver Post," the "Christian Science Monitor," and several anthologies. She is the author of four novels, one children's book, and one collection of humorous essays. She lives in Wisconsin.