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Skinny Dip with Anne Ursu

11_25UrsuWhat keeps you up at night?

My cats bit­ing my feet.

Describe  your favorite pair of paja­mas ever

A stu­dent got me sushi paja­mas. What could be bet­ter?

In what Olympic sport would you like to win a gold medal?

Fig­ure Skat­ing. How­ev­er, this is very unlike­ly.

11_25MonsterWhat’s the first book you remem­ber read­ing?

There’s a Mon­ster at the End of this Book

What TV show can’t you turn off?

Pow­er Rangers, much as I’d like to.

Were you a teacher’s pet or teacher’s chal­lenge?

Pet! Most of the time. There was a French teacher who hat­ed me.

What’s the first book report you ever wrote?

I’m not sure about the first, but I remem­ber doing Where the Red Fern Grows, and cry­ing on the book report.

11_25ShadowThievesWhich of your books would make a good movie and who would be the star?

I think Shad­ow Thieves. I don’t know who could play Char­lotte and Zee, but I would love John­ny Depp to play Philonecron.

What do you wish you could tell your 10-year-old self?

You actu­al­ly get to be a writer. Also, you’ll have that stuffed bear for at least thir­ty more years.

Where’s your favorite place to read?

Next to my son.

One Response to Skinny Dip with Anne Ursu

  1. David LaRochelle November 30, 2015 at 5:04 pm #

    The Mon­ster at the End of this Book” has got to be one of the most clever books of all time…and far ahead of the meta-books that are so pop­u­lar today. And I agree, John­ny Depp would be the per­fect Philonecron!

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