Wendy S. Russo got her start writing in the sixth grade. That story involved a talisman with crystals that had to be found and assembled before bad things happened, and dialog that read like classroom roll call. Since then, she's majored in journalism (for one semester), published poetry, taken a course on short novels, and watched most everything ever filmed by Quentin Tarantino. A Wyoming native transplanted in Baton Rouge, Wendy works for Louisiana State University as an IT analyst. She's a wife, a mom, a Tiger, a Who Dat, and she falls asleep on her couch at 8:30 on weeknights.
Who are your favorite authors?
Neal Stephenson is my all-time favorite author. The Diamond Age is just brilliant. Recently, I've been reading mostly indie authors. Sean Poindexter (The Dragon's Blood Chronicles) is fantastic. Kate Evangelista's "Taste" hooked me on the first sentence. I'll read anything those two write sight unseen. In romance, I actually prefer to read M/M. Marie Sexton and Tere Michaels, in particular.
What is your e-reading device of choice?
I have a Kindle. I used to use iBooks on my iPad, but the Kindle fits in my purse better.