Happy Friday! This week’s guest is Shae Connor. Thanks, Shae.
1) Are you good with needles (knitting, cross-stitch, embroidery that is).
My first thought was hypodermic needles, and the answer there would be a big no, LOL! I used to do a lot of cross-stitch, but I haven’t picked up a needle in years. I sewed some when I was younger, too, but I’ve never picked up a knitting needle.
2) Christmas Music: before Thanksgiving, only after Thanksgiving, or never at all?
My family has a tradition of listening to Christmas music on November 1, so we can hear it at home before we hear it in stores. Other than that, though, I don’t start listening to it on purpose until after Santa appears at the end of the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. That’s my “official” start of the holiday season!
3) Eggnog or mulled wine?
Eggnog, especially in a latte and/or spiked with Buttershots.
4) What is your favorite word?
Recalcitrant. I just love the way it rolls off the tongue. Eclectic is another favorite. 🙂
5) With a limitless budget to spend the winter holidays in any other country, where will you go and what will you do?
Ireland. I’ve always wanted to go, and being there during the holidays would be extra special. I’d hit the usual tourist spots: Dublin, Waterford, Galway, the Ring of Kerry, Blarney Castle—as many as I can fit in. My family traces back to the southwestern part of the country, so I’d want to spend as much time there as possible.
Shae Connor lives in Atlanta, where she’s a lackadaisical government worker for a living and writes sweet-hot romance under the cover of night. She’s been making things up for as long as she can remember, but it took her a long time to figure out that maybe she should try writing them down. Shae is part Jersey, part Irish, and all Southern, which explains why she never shuts up. When she’s not chained to her laptop, she enjoys cooking, traveling, watching baseball, and reading voraciously, and she’s an annual volunteer for the Dragon Con on-site publication, the Daily Dragon. You can email her at email@example.com.