Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Meet Lady Alice - An Interview and Giveaway

I'm very pleased to welcome Lady Alice to Cozy Up With Kathy today. You can read about Lady Alice in the short story "Alice in Renaissance Were-land" which can be found in Gone by Midnight, a short story collection by Joyce and Jim Lavene.



Kathy: Lady Alice, where did you learn your formidable blade wielding skills?

LA: I was Daisy Reynold’s best apprentice. She is the Master Armorer at Swords and Such.


Kathy: What type of opponent is your favorite to fight? Why?

LA: I love to fight demons. They have such a witty repast as their fighting. It makes the fight so much more interesting.


Kathy: Are zombies your least favorite foe? Is there another kind you dislike to fight?

LA: Zombies are the worst. They do nothing but hack and slash mindlessly. At least when you fight orcs or ogres they drool a bit.


Kathy: What's your favorite thing about the Renaissance Village?

LA: It has to be the camaraderie that everyone shows each other. And then there’s the prince, sigh.


Kathy: What do you enjoy doing in your spare time? Do you have any hobbies?

LA: I usually take in a play or listen to the minstrels playing when I’m not practicing my martial arts.


Kathy: Do you have a favorite food?

LA: That would have to be a rare steak with lots of potatoes to go with.

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12 comments:

  1. Thanks for the interview. I love your blog. It has so many interesting books I want yo read.
    Deana ljhdwayne(at)peoplepc(dot)com

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  2. I love the Lavene's books and am looking forward to reading the collection of stories in Gone By Midnight.

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    1. Thanks for reading our books and stopping by.

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  3. I love Joyce and Jim Lavene! Their books are so much fun to read.

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    1. Thank you Diane. We appreciate your support.

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  4. Fun interview. Looks like a good collection of stories. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  5. Great interview. Look forward to reading the book.

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  6. I'm looking forward to this. Good luck everyone.

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    1. Thank you Shelli for stopping by, good luck.

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  7. Thank you James & Kathy! Joyce is always on my mind & in my heart...

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