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1. Who is your hero?
My older sister, Grace. She pretty much raised me, and is definitely the reason I haven’t been arrested yet.
2. What was your favorite family vacation?
Technically, being abandoned in the woods probably doesn’t count as a family vacation, but the ogre that found us was incredibly nice. He had some absolutely hilarious stories about his grandchildren, and was really good at making cookies.
3. If you could choose to do anything for the day, what would it be?
Read. Drop me in the middle of a well-stocked library with snacks, and you won’t see me for a week.
4. What did you want to be when you were small?
A dragon. The idea of having teeth and claws, as well as being able to fly, all appealed to me even when I was a kid.
5. Do you like or dislike surprises? Why?
Strongly dislike, because when you work with dragons, knights, witches and sorceresses on a regular basis there’s at least a 30 percent chance the surprise will kill you. And even if it doesn’t, it usually does something like turning you green for a week. I definitely don’t recommend the experience.
6. What’s your biggest complaint about your job?
Well, like I said – the potential for death is annoying. But not quite as annoying as getting locked in a tower with this one particular shut-in who keeps coming up with fake jobs so she can tell us all about the sweaters she knits (with her own hair, apparently – don’t ask).
7. What’s your favorite thing about your job?
It’s hard to get bored when you’re picking armor out of a dragon’s teeth one week and helping a group of dwarves baby-proof their home the next week (they’d decided to adopt a human girl. I’m hoping for everyone’s sake that she grows up short).
8. Who would you want to be stranded with on a desert island?
For company, I’d have to say Beast (I’ll admit, I’m a little prejudiced). But for practicality, I really should say Waverly – he’d figure out a way to get us both back to civilization before nightfall hit.
9. What was your first job?
Technically, it wasn’t a job, but Father would dress Grace and I in rags and sneak us into the palace to pretend we were serving girls. I’m not exactly sure what the next step was supposed to be – no matter how much he likes to think otherwise, Father really isn’t that great at planning.
10. Who is your favorite author?
Jenniffer thinks that she’s being so clever by putting this one in here, but I’m not about to let her get away with it so easily. So I’ll say Terry Pratchett.