Sunday, June 19, 2016

Would you rather with Charise Olson

Please welcome Charise Olson, author of Lemon Twist.

Charise Olson:


Leo Colson is the pen name for Charise Olson's historical fiction. She writes California fiction. It's a lot like Southern fiction, but without all that humidity. Charise resides in the Santa Cruz Mountains where the redwoods bask in the Pacific Ocean breezes.

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Would You Rather... 
with Charise Olson

Chips, chocolate or cheese?

Today, I’ll say chips. But this is definitely a “depends on the day” and mostly I’d say, I’m an inclusive sort so why choose at all—all of the above!

Bridget Jones, Becky Bloomwood or Carrie Bradshaw?

I think I’m a hybrid of Carrie and Bridget. I don’t think I have the daring fashion sense of Carrie, but I do like cute shoes.

Wine, beer or vodka?

Vodka—for all the Lemon Twists (of course!). A very very cold dirty martini is my drink of choice.

Camping or spa vacation?

Spa vacation. My tent camping days are over.

Water or mountains?

I live near both, but I’d pick mountains.

Zombies or vampires?

Neither. Dead? Stay dead. Your turn is over.

Dogs or cats?

Dogs. Don’t tell my cat. Or my dogs, it’ll go to their heads and there will be no dealing with that level of ego.

Coke or Pepsi?

Diet Coke. I gave up soda and was told I’d soon lose the taste for it. Well, it’s been over a year and I still miss it.

Coffee or tea?

Coffee. Coffee. Coffee.

Dine out or take away?

Dine out. If I’m not cooking, I don’t want to have any dishes either.

High heels, sneakers or flip flops?

Hmmm…well, I’ll just eliminate flip flops. I don’t like that thing between my toes. I can’t pick between sneakers and heels. By heels, nothing over 2 inches.

Physical Book or ebook?

I read both but without the convenience factor, I prefer a real book.

Paperback or Hardcover?

Paperback. I have no idea.

Pen or pencil?

Pen. Blue. Only blue.

Mad Men, Downton Abbey or Breaking Bad?

Downton Abbey. I do wish Mary had had to curtsy to Edith in that last episode.

Drama or comedy?

I like comedy that can make you laugh so hard and realize a new truth.

Twilight or Hunger Games?

Neither. I do like Jennifer Lawrence but I didn’t get into either of these series.

Lipstick, lipgloss or chapstick?

Lipgloss. I always lose my lipgloss tubes. There’s a big stash of pink lip gloss somewhere.

Facebook or Twiter?

Facebook. I can’t think in Tweets.

Plot your entire novel or fly by the seat of your pants?

I’m more of a pantser, but I do know where I’m headed. Eventually.

Lemon Twist

“How bad would it be if we didn’t get married?”
Audrey is planning her perfect wedding for her perfect life and perfect future as Dr. Gregory Smith’s wife. Right up until he calls with the news his chilly feet have gone icy cold.
With an unworn dress (that was just a few salads away from fitting), a lost promotion, and living in her best friend’s spare room it’s no wonder her therapist is on speed dial.
With help from great friends, some divine intervention, and a few Lemon Twist martinis, Audrey deals with her commitment phobic fiancĂ©, her boss’ roving eye, and the decision to chuck what’s left of her life state-side and head for volunteer work in Costa Rica.
In Costa Rica, Audrey learns Spanish, the perils of raw coffee beans, and how man trouble can find you even in the rain forest.
Because while Audrey might have left a lot behind, she still manages to bring along plenty of baggage.

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