Welcome to the Blogger Book Fair! All week I will be featuring a diverse group of bloggers and authors, but I also recommend heading over to the event’s website, Blogger Book Fair, because there are a lot of other blogs and websites participating, and there are all kinds of freebies and great books to discover.
In addition to a week of guest blogs, I have marked down the Kindle version of my novel, Leather to the Corinthians, to only .99 for the week! Click here to get it.
Today’s post features an interview with Tuan Ho, a writer and blogger friend from Melbourne, Australia. His blog, The Noif Matrix, features movie and book reviews, but he’s a writer and author as well. Best of all, he was more than willing to take on my completely ludicrous interview questions, and he handled them with wit and style. My kinda dude, right here. Enjoy the interview with Tuan, and be sure to check out his free short story download, The Oldest Man in the Universe, free all week on Amazon.
Let’s meet Tuan Ho…
1. If you were a cereal box mascot, which one would you be?
I’ve got no idea. It’s been almost a decade since I’ve had cereal.
A decade without cereal? What is this, the freaking post-apocalypse?
2. What’s the worst thing you did when you were a kid?
I stole a kid’s Gameboy. I was planning to give it back to him, but since I had so much fun playing catching Pokemon on it, I kept it.
3. You have 24 hours to live. Now what?
Book a flight to the nearest beauty pageant. Tell all the beautiful ladies I only have 24 hours to live, which will result in an instant orgy. Then spend the remaining moments by having fun go-karting, robbing a bank or killing ants with a magnifying glass.
I gotta respect a man who likes to live and die big.
4. Your house is haunted by the ghost of a dead celebrity. Tell us about it.
I sold the house and moved to a new one. Unfortunately, my new house was haunted by David Hasselhoff’s great, great grandfather.
Hopefully , he’s not eating hamburger off the carpet.
5. Tell me a fantastic lie.
I do not have telepathic abilities.
I knew he was going to say that.
6. You’re a cannibal (just go with it). What’s your favorite recipe?
Baby Mexicans with a sprinkle of salt and a tablespoon of urine from a Norwegian man.
He’s quite continental.
7. I just pushed you to the ground and took your lunch money. What are you going to do about it?
I’ll write a book about it and I’ll become very rich from it. I’ll use all my wealth to buy an army of monkeys and these monkeys will find out where you live and they will come straight to you and tie you down. Then they will take turns sodomizing you.
You know what? It’s ok. I packed my own lunch. Enjoy.
8. Have you ever spent the night in jail? Any regrets?
Well, there’s always hope for the future.
9. You can tune a piano, but you can’t tune a fish. Discuss.
Those grand pianos sure are expensive aren’t they?
Indeed they are.
10. What’s the oldest can or package in your pantry? Why haven’t you eaten it already?
Probably some microwave-able meal. I haven’t eaten it because I’ve forgotten about it.
I wonder if they have Hot Pockets in Australia.
11. Racecars and old magazines. Chewing gum and a ball of twine. Bananas and Heavy metal. Which do you choose and why?
Definitely racecars and magazines if it’s this magazine: http://www.ebay.com/itm/AMANDA-MESTOUSSI-IN-GREEK-PLAYBOY-DEC-2002-VF-CONDITION-OLD-RARE-SUPER-/350824872680
So specific. I like it.
Tuan’s short story, The Oldest Man In The Universe http://amzn.com/B00AYSMSTE will be FREE to download during the Blogger Book Fair, July 22 – 26. Please download it, if you don’t, you will get herpes.
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Bookmark and follow Tuan’s blog, it’s a good time. See you tomorrow for another episode of Blogger Book Fair.