I asked quirky questions of Liza Kline! But first, the book: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01LMPL2H6
And the links:
Now to the fun!
Good day, Liza! How did you meet your best friend?
I met my best friend in second grade. She threw up carrots all over her desk and I walked her to the nurse’s station. We’ve been friends ever since.
I once had someone throw up carrots in my hand! It’s a weird thing we have in common. What’s the color of your toothbrush?
It’s a black Sonic Care toothbrush. Kinda plain and boring, but it gets the job done.
Dental care is important! Because, well, going to the dentist is scary. Speaking of scary, on a scale from 1-5, how afraid of the dark are you?
1 – I’ve always had good night vision. As a kid, I loved being outside after dark. Now that I’m an adult if I’m by myself I get a little nervous sometimes if I’m outside after dark and I hear a noise. I blame all the horror movies I’ve watched over the years. Silly zombies.
Yeah, those silly zombies! What is your favorite smell?
The air before or after the rain. It’s soothing.
The smell of clean! Do you know what your name means? Or who were you named after?
According to everything I’ve ever looked at, my name is just a nickname for Elizabeth. I was named after my great-grandmother Eliza. My parents just dropped the E. Sometimes I wish they would have kept it. Maybe it would have kept everyone from mispronouncing my name.
It is a beautiful name, though! Describe your best pair of socks.
None. I abhor socks. I feel like they’re strangling my feet every time I put them on. The only time I wear them is if I’m going for a run.
Naked feet! Have you ever had a dream at night that later came true?
I have. When I was a freshman in college I dreamt that I was standing in the middle of the woods next to a big pond with a friend that was in the army. He told me that he was being “sent across the pond.” A few days later a group of us were hanging out in the dorms and he got a call from his CO, who used the exact phrase “sent across the pond” to inform my friend that he was being deployed.
Wow! That’s a powerful dream! Thank you, Liza, for answering some quirky questions! Support Liza on social media! Then join us next Friday when we strip off our socks and talk to another quirky author!
Happy reading! 🙂