Emma that's quite a name you have there!
A: Yes well in reality it was I. Emma Idiot, but I dropped the initial
and shortened it so it's easier to remember.
Q: Oh well just for the sake of conversation what did the I. stand for?
A: Icabod... it was my great grandfather's name.
Q: Um... Icabod is a man's name and Emma is a girl's name. So...? Are
you a guy or girl?
Q: Um? Okay. I see here you have 4 books to your credit, Real Live
Dead Things, Gravely Terrible Puns and Jokes, Happily Ever After-life
and now, Apocalypse Eventually; A Comedy of Biblical Distortions. Are
there any differences in these?
A: Yes. Real Live Dead Things is about a couple of ghosts who must
change someone before they can move on. Happily Ever After-life is
about zealous mice and the techno-apocalypse. Apocalypse Eventually is
about a mid-management angel that is thrown to earth to find the
retired horsemen. In that one, I think most people would be offended
by the cactus. Most of these would be rated pg-13 but Apocalypse
Eventually would be rated R … so more for an adult crowd. Writing that
last one, I finally let my hair down.
Q: So you wrote with a “no holds barred” mindset?
A: Well yes... but I literally let my hair down because my scrunchie broke.
Q: Ah! Well I'm sure that's interesting to someone. I dunno who...
A: It was interesting to the cat. She chased it across the room.
Q: Lovely. Well in Apocalypse Eventually, I think a lot of people
could be offended. What do you have to say in answer to this?
A: I think that God, Creator, IT … has a great sense of humor. Just
look at Donald Trump's hair. He could use a scrunchy!
Q: I agree in so much as, you have to understand as you read that a
joke is just that. It is there to make you laugh and nothing more. So
where can we get these books of yours?
However, Apocalypse Eventually will not be released for another 2 weeks.
Q: Great! Thanks for being here! And thanks for talking with us today.