If you loved part 1 of our interview with Clarity author Kim Harrington even a fraction as much as we did, then get ready. Here is PART DEUX … and it also rocks:
In book 2, Clare has another mystery to solve and a big decision to make. Also, the events of book 1 have repercussions for some…
Any plans for even MORE books in the series?
I have two more in my head that I would love to write, but we’ll have to wait and see!
Tell us about your other upcoming, stand-alone book, Glimmer?
I don’t think that will end up being the title, but Glimmer is a standalone supernatural mystery about a teenage girl who discovers that the house her family just moved into is haunted, and she must solve the mystery of the ghost girl’s death.
Do you think Clare, Justin and Gabriel could ever form a teen sleuthing group like The Hardy Boys?
I think that would rock!
I probably wouldn’t be able to say anything. I’d probably start crying happy tears, and the person would run away, scared.
What interview question do you always wish someone would ask you?
My first instinct is, “May I offer you a million dollars and a lifetime supply of fresh, warm Olive Garden breadsticks?” The answer would be “yes,” of course. But let me try to think of something more serious…. Okay, I can’t. Every one I think of involves either cash, food, or Nathan Fillion.
If they made a Kim Harrington candle, what would it smell like?
Pizza, because I think that’s the greatest smell in the world.
Chocolate or vanilla?
Your personal theme song?
“Pace Is The Trick” by Interpol
You’re on a deserted island and have to read one book for the rest of your life. What is it?
Torture! That’s what it is! Can I pick a guide to surviving on a desert island? I am not a nature girl. I would probably die before I got to chapter two of any book.
Favorite book as a child?
I don’t know the title, but it was a picture book about a girl who was terrified each day when she walked to school past this fence with a “Beware of Dog” sign. At the end, she finds out that the giant, scary dog was just a nice little puppy. I think I read that book a million times.
I am extraordinarily good at recognizing actors’ faces and remembering where else I’ve seen them. I’ll see a commercial and say, “Hey that person was in one episode of the second season of Felicity!”
Thank you once again to Kim for answering all of our questions — even the neurotic, random, crazy ones. 🙂