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Interview with Janet Evanovich

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What are the key components to laugh-out-loud fun? Janet Evanovich, Stephanie Plum, Joe Morelli, Ranger, Lula, and Grandma Mazur.

Janet Evanovich has penned her 18th book in the bestselling Plum series with Smokin’ Seventeen, and it is as fun, nutty and entertaining as ever.

The writer took some time out of her busy schedule for an intimate chat with me from her home in Naples, Fla., and it was an absolute delight.

What are you working on now? (If you can give us a hint!)

The Eighteenth book in the Plum series.

Spiderman or Superman?

Spiderman.

Wonder Woman or Batgirl?

Wonder Woman.

Chunky or Smooth?

Chunky.

Favorite flavor ice cream?

Hagan Daz Baileys.

Favorite ice cream topping?

Whipped cream.

Subway or Taxi?

Subway.

Broadway Show or Movie Theater?

Movie Theater.

TiVO or DVR?

I can’t figure out how to work either one. I can Voodoo, though!

Favorite vacation place?

Home.

Next vacation destination?

I’d like to go to Paris one day.

Favorite NYC hotspot?

Milos.

E-reader or old school?

Old school.

Guilty Pleasure?

Birthday cake.

Good luck charm?

My family.

When you were a little girl, you thought you would grow up to be a….

Horse.

Last thing bought at the mall?

A dinosaur Easter basket.

Item on your grocery list?

Strawberries.

French fries or Onion Rings?

Both!

Pizza: New York or Chicago?

New York.

Midnight snack?

Birthday cake.

Bookmark or dog ear?

Dog ear.

Read with dust jacket or remove it?

With dust jacket.

Ocean, Lake, Desert, or Mountain?

Ocean.

Favorite book?

Junie B. Jones Loves Handsome Warren.

Item you can’t live without?

Birthday cake.

Who is your favorite writer that most people have never heard of?

Carl Barks.

What kid or teen books made a difference in your world growing up?

Uncle Scrooge Adventures.

Where do you like to write your books (bed ~ coffee shop ~ an office)?

Office.

Describe your ideal place to write:

Neat and organized.

What are you reading @ the moment?

Bobby Flay’s Throwdown cookbook.

Where do you usually read?

In bed.

Do you usually have more than one book you are reading at a time?

No.

Do you read nonfiction in a different way or place than you read fiction?

No.

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