Thursday, November 6, 2014

Author Interview: KE Osborn

Welcome KE Osborn to our Holiday event. We are excited to share her interview and let you get to know her a little more! Enjoy!

Holiday Interview

Twins- What is your favorite Holiday?
KE- I guess that would be Christmas :)

Twins- Of all the holiday food, what is your favorite?

KE- Roast turkey on Christmas day, we never have turkey any other day of the year so I always love it when Christmas comes around! 

Twins- What is your favorite fall read?

KE- The Thoughtless Series by S C Stephens  - but then again I could read that series any time of year :) 

Twins- What is your favorite winter read?

KE- Arkadia by Dzintra Sullivan it's full of fun and fantasy, witches and dragons, that's enough to keep anyone warm 

Twins- Do you like Christmas music? 

KE- I used to, but then i worked in a shopping mall and had to listen to it on repeat for hours and days on end, so I'm going to go with no lol

Twins- How early do you start to decorate for the holidays?

KE- Depends on how busy I am prior to Christmas, some years it's a month early, others it's the day before and only because people are coming over the next day for Christmas lunch lol 

Twins- Sexiest thing to wear this time of year...woman? man?

KE- For a man would probably be red boxers.

Twins- What is your favorite holiday song?

KE- We wish you a Merry Christmas

Twins- Have you been or are you ever inspired to write by the holidays?

KE- No, but maybe one day.

Twins- What is you best holiday memory?

KE- Waking up as a child and walking down to the living room where the floor would be packed to the brim with presents. I was a very spoiled child lol. 

About the Author
Australian author K E Osborn was born and raised in Adelaide, South Australia. Having worked in the optical industry for some time, K E Osborn decided it was time to leave the optical world behind and start on something new. With a background in graphic design and a flair for all things creative, she tried her hand at writing. 
K E Osborn hid the fact that she was writing from her family, as she believed her first story was simply something she had to get on paper first and then judge if it was good enough for others to read. It wasn’t until her mother found a printed version of the manuscript that her secret came out. She was a writer, and she loved it. Writing gives her life purpose. It makes her feel, laugh, cry, and get completely enveloped with the characters and their story lines. She feels at home when writing.

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