Anya Breton is a web monkey, Apple fangirl, and crazy cat lady that is mildly obsessed with rubber chickens and wholly believes that Peeps are evil (yes, the marshmallow candy). She was born in New England into a family of weirdoes. Being an only child, she quickly learned to amuse herself with quirky pastimes. It was only inevitable that she'd turn to reading and writing. After writing fanciful (and sickeningly sweet) love stories, Anya branched out into erotica, paranormal romance, young adult and urban fantasy. She currently resides in the American Midwest with her cats and a good man.
Q: What's your superhero name?
A: Minty Eve’L – Okay, yes, that’s more like a supervillainor a reluctant anti-hero, but if you knew me you’d know it fits me. Someone I knew long ago declared that I had “a minty core of evil”. I thought it was the coolest thing.
Q: What is an odd fact about you?
A: In high school I took a class for English credit that required me to create a clown persona. Yes, a clown, like in the circus. I took the class twice. The second time I student taught. I got to wear full clown white make-up both years (on special occasions. Not every day). I even have the red nose and sparkly shoes to prove it (and incidentally, pictures too).
Q: What are your hobbies?
A: I’m addicted to roller coasters. The higher and faster they are, the better. I would love to get an RV and travel the country riding every roller coaster I can find. On a more domestic level, I also like to bake. I’m famed in small circles for my delicious holiday fudge. And finally, I enjoy doing nail art while catching up on television.
Q: What's your Death Row track?
A: I suppose it would depend on why I was on Death Row. I’d probably want to make a statement when I went out to whoever put me there (because let’s be honest, I wouldn’t kill anyone unless they totally deserved it). Looking at my favorite tracks I’d say the one that pops to mind first is Elbow’s “Grounds for Divorce.”
Q: Favorite book or author?
A: I’m going to be completely boring here and state that my favorite author is William Shakespeare. However, I will add that my favorite book is the Phantom of the Opera tale Phantom by Susan Kray. It’s one of the only books I’ve been able to stomach reading more than once. If you can find it in your local library, I defy you not to love it!
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