Continued from part one:
Me: Okay, I’ve been trying to avoid asking, but clearly I have little to no conversational restraint. So, I'll just ask - - Horror Erotica? How did that happen?
Me: Erotica is a tough genre to write in, if you have plans to write in any other genre. Do you agree or disagree?
Me: It’s definitely a challenge to manage it all, but there have been so many authors who’ve done so, and quite successfully. What's another genre you'd like to cross erotica with?
Me: That would be awesome, actually. Let me know when you do get that one written! So, you’ve been epublishing a while, now - how do you think the present state of epublishing affects the overall publishing industry? Do you think it's a good thing or a bad thing?
Me: I totally agree. I blogged recently about this concept of “literary gatekeepers”…I think I was pretty specific as to my opinion on it. *grin* Where do you think we'll be, publishing-wise, in the next 5 years? where do you hope we'll be?
Me: Where do you think you’ll be in five years? Where do you hope you'll be?
Me: What's next for Wren?
Me: What did your last tweet say?
Me: Comfort food?
Me: Guilty Pleasure:
- Meet Seth Green
- See something I've written made into a movie (either a book that's been adapted or a screenplay I've written)
- Dry hump a transvestite. I don't care to explain this one other than to say it's important to me
- Visit all the Ripley's Believe it or not museums in the continental US
- Own a segway
Me: Well, I still respect you. Though, to be honest, I’m pretty easy.
Yeah, I know, he hates that. Sorry, man.
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