Hartford, CT -- August 27, 2007

Reading The Husband, by Dean Koontz. She's half-way through it and loving the suspense.

What has she read recently? Stephen King and before that Creepers and Scavengers by David Morrell.

Her husband gives here all the books he reads. He reads them first and then gives them to her. He liked Creepers and Scavengers more than she did. She prefers murder mystery types.

Her favorite book of all time? It’s actually a short story by Steven King called The Lottery. After she read it she couldn’t read a book for a year because it was so twisted and bizarre. It scared her. Will she reread it? No. Too twisted.

If she were to write her own book? Definitely fiction. In fiction anything can happen. It’d probably be a murder mystery, maybe near an Ocean. She likes oceans.

A book that’s helped her get through life? A Million Little Pieces, by James Frey--she felt sorry for the character, how he was disappointing people. It’s something you can relate to.

She’s from Boston, but she got married and moved to Bloomfield. She doesn’t like living in Connecticut. She does, however, luckily, like her neighborhood and her big yard for her dogs.

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