Q: What’s the biggest lie you’ve ever told?
TL: This year, it’s that I’m 25. Next year, it’ll be that I’m 25, except it’ll be an even bigger lie.
Q: Do you have any gray hairs?
TL: What the hell kind of question is that? And frankly, I don’t even know. You’d have to ask my hairdresser, and if she tells you, I’ll write you into a book and kill you. Just sayin’.
Q: Do the sex scenes in your books represent real life?
TL: If the sex scenes in any book represented real life, would you be reading, or would you be in the bedroom/kitchen/shower/on a motorcycle/in the woods/on the beach/in an airplane right now?
Q: Which of your heroes in your favorite?
TL: How fair is that question? I’d never insult my guys by choosing one over the other. It’s just plain mean. And just because Brandon Sarantos (from my book, Candy Crush) is my perfect book boyfriend means nothing, I swear, Quinn/Tanner/Finn/James/Jesse/Anton/Matt/Josh/Gavin/Matteo/all future heroes yet to be written…
Q: Which trait do you like least in a heroine?
TL: Hm. I could get myself in trouble with this one, so I think I’ll pass.
Q: Do you like reading billionaire romance?
TL: I like reading romance in which the money isn’t remotely a contributing factor to the love between the hero and heroine. Okay, maybe I should have answered that heroine one and skipped this one. Damn it.
Q: How about “I’m going to marry her and force her to have my baby” romance?
TL: That’s romance?
Q: Okay, fine. What’s your favorite romance trope?
TL: Give me a great best friends-to-lovers or second chance love or a well done love triangle, and you have a fan for life.
Q: Do you love animals?
TL: Does an author write?
Q: Do you write animals into your books?
TL: Does an author write? Also, I write shifter romance, so, duh.
Q: Red wine or white wine?
Q: McDonald’s or Burger King?
TL: Do they have wine?
Q: Favorite place to write?
TL: These questions are boring.
Q: Um, okay, uh… Do you think of your husband when you write?
TL: Do you think of your husband when you read?
Q: Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
TL: Still claiming I’m 25.
Q: Huh. Well, that was certainly one of the most… interesting author interviews I’ve ever experienced.
TL: That’s it? That’s all you’ve got?
Tami Lund writes, drinks wine, and is occasionally featured in author interviews. Her weird sense of humor often comes out in her books, and definitely can be enjoyed over in her Facebook group, Come Wine with Tami.