Does all of it count? XD
I liked the part where she talked about Pet Sematary. That book is creepy.
I always love hearing about how authors first came up with their stories, so that would definitely have to be my favorite part of the interview. Even though all of it was great...and even though she chose Pegasus over unicorns. ;)
Well, all of JLA's interviews are fun to read but the best part was where she talked about her journey in publication. Knowing that most of what we now eagerly awaiting has been written some years ago makes it the harder to be patient :)
I liked the part where she was talking about being an overnight sensation and how in reality it's taken years of work to get where she's at. I guess it's things like that, that give future writers the motivation to keep writing even if they aren't being recognized right away (I don't write, but I know people who do)
I liked how you mentioned how her books are "as addictive as chocolate ice cream", although I'm lactose intolerant so maybe that description doesn't apply to me... xD
Wow! I really like the idea of the yin and yang sisters. That's so cool! I'd love to read this.