By Kyle Perkins.
Sorry for the delay, guys! Today’s interview is with Melissa Robitille. I got a week behind, but all is well again. Let’s jump right in.
Question 1: So, who are you? What do you write?
Question 2: Book interior designer? What in the fuck is that?
I make the inside of your print book (and ebook) look pretty. That’s usually page numbering, making sure the chapter headings look nice, making sure you don’t have weird extra spaces at the top or bottom of the page, etc. If you’ve ever seen a book with chapters that start with a large drop cap, a book interior designer did that.
Question 3: Well, well. Fancy. Now we know you on surface value, let’s get into the hard hitting questions. What’s your favorite video game?
Question 4: Jesus Christ. You’re missing out on so much. Skyrim is amazing, though Oblivion was pretty kick ass too. If you had to pick a video game character to give a blowie to, who would you pick?
Question 5: I’d pick Blackwall myself, of the two, gun to head. My favorite though, would be Anders. So, now that we know which person you’d blow from vidya games, what’s your most embarrassing experience that you wish you could erase from history?
That’s a tough one – I humiliate myself on a fairly regular basis. If I could change one chain of events I would never have gotten involved with one particular ex – that cost me everything *and* is humiliating.
Question 6: If you had to choose for your kids to be raised by one of these people, who would you choose? Ramsay Bolton, Hannibal Lecter, Norman Bates, Amon Goeth, or Sauron?
Question 7: Ramsay is definitely my favorite character from the series. So outside of book related shit, what are some of your hobbies?
Question 8: Dance? Like in front of the mirror? On stage? Or clinging to a pole?
Question 9: Damn, I was really hoping it was the pole. *Discreetly slides lotion back under pillow* Where is the weirdest place you’ve ever had sex?
You do have a talent for asking the tough questions, don’t you… The snowbank gets the nod for being most *uncomfortable*, and there were a whole lot of seriously trashy places…. but weirdest was probably halfway out the kitchen window at the Johnson State College college apartments – but I *was* a newlywed at the time.