If you had a time machine, would you attempt to change history? Why or why not?
That's a hard question, as there's so many horrible things I'd love to stop – the Titanic, the 9/11 bombings, Challenger and Columbia – but what effect would changing those events have? Perhaps if I could see everything that ever was and could ever be, just like the Doctor, then I'd dared to meddle.
What was the most challenging part of writing HEIRS AND GRACE? How did you take on this challenge?
HEIRS AND GRACE is the third story in the Amazing Grace series, so the most challenging part was maintaining the threads I've been weaving in. The series has a vague plan, but nothing is plotted out. In fact, I didn't even have a series bible until the start of #4.
Where did you draw inspiration for your characters for this book?
There's a fair bit of Donna Noble in Grace; she was just a normal person working for what she thought was a normal company. Now she's having to deal with being abnormal and what that means for her and the relationship with Benedict, not to mention having to save the world!
Benedict is a bad guy from a certain sci fi show, only without the alien influence. This will come as a shock to precisely no one.
This or That?
Halo or Asteroids?
I'm assuming this means computer games? I don't play any, except for a couple on Facebook, and Pikmin when I get a rare go on the Wii.
Twilight Zone or Outer Limits?
The UK didn't get either series consistently, though I remember a few Zones shown late at night (as in, past my bedtime!). Space 1999. :D
1984 or Logan’s Run?
Logan's Run has more hope than 1984, so that. I like hope.
Light Sabor or Laser Pistol?
If a pistol is good enough for Han and Mal, it's good enough for me.
Where can we find out more about your books?
I have a website! http://misabuckley.com