Ina Hunt spends her days daydreaming about fictional worlds and drinking too many juice pouches while trying to figure them out (the worlds, not the pouches). She's currently working on a novel that should have been finished a long ago but damn those juice pouches, do they get in your way of being a competent member of society or what?
Apparently, she also likes talking about herself in the third person. But weirder things have been known to happen.
When did you first start writing?
In early grades of elementary school. I soon found out I love making up worlds and living in them, similarly to how I experienced brand new lands when I read books. And I read a LOT of books. So why not make up my own adventures?
(Note: I wasn't good.)
What do you read for pleasure?
Big fan of crime and adventure novels with strong hints of humor. The more the main voice of the story has little regard for their self-preservation and make it known with a witting one-liner (or two, or three, or four...), the more I'll want to keep reading.
Acting more as a mediator rather than an author, between a younger version that seemed to be able to hold the pen better than she thought and a point in time she didn't think would happen, but eventually did. It's now. That was then. I think I owe it to her. A short collection of poems documenting the other side of the moon. It was dark but we're still spinning.