Thanks to Brent for taking the time to answer Questions Five.
So, why don’t you own cats or where a pony tail?
BW: Oh, man, I hope that didn't come out too snarky. Once I got my contract, I went to the book store and was flipping through people's bios and author photos and I was like, Um, wow. Good thing I'm not weird.
If the Night Angel Trilogy were a fortune cookie, what would its fortune be?
BW: 11 26 38 02 21. Oh, you mean the OTHER side of the fortune?
How would you interpret this fortune if it were your own?
BW: You already got lucky enough to get published, why should winning Keno be any harder?
Please describe one reason why the Night Angel Trilogy would inspire a reader to strip naked and run into the forest.
BW: That tickle on your back? Not a tickle. Spider. Poison that liquefies flesh. Incurable. Untreatable. Read chapter 1, you'll get it.
Why should the Night Angel Trilogy be the next thing that everyone reads?
BW: It's like Jane Austen, without the boring stuff. Hold on, that doesn't make any sense at all. It's like James Bond, but with character development. Wait, no better. It's like Dancing With the Stars, without the awkward celebrities or commercials. Dang! It's like Saturday Night Live, but funny sometimes. Okay, okay, last shot. Here's how I'd describe it to my former high school students: it's like a book, but fun.