Final GCC Tour Guests

Things have just gotten so busy around here that I’ve had to drop out of the GCC Tour, but I wanted to post these last two final tourmates. So, please welcome Stephanie Lehmann, author of You Could Do Better, and Ellen Meister, author of Secret Confessions of the Applewood PTA. And below, find their answers to the Trapped questions. Make sure to visit their Web sites. Both books sound fascinating!

First, Stephanie’s answers:

1. If you had to be “Trapped” somewhere, where would it be?

I would like to be trapped in a restaurant. Hopefully they will still be serving food. And they will have a good dessert menu.

2. If you could pick your “Trapped” companions, what three people would you want with you, and why?

My mom, my husband, and my two kids. (Can they count as one? I can’t possibly choose.)

3. If you could only pick five books to be “Trapped” with, what would they be?

Middlemarch, Of Human Bondage, Fear of Flying, The Portable Dorothy Parker, The Complete Works of Shakespeare

4. What ONE famous person would you absolutely NOT want to be “Trapped” with?

Larry David

5. You can bring three things from your “former” life to “Trapped.” What would those three things be?

My laptop. (I presume recharger is included). My reading glasses. Backup reading glasses.

6. Where is one place you absolutely would NOT want to be “Trapped.”

A poetry reading by Jewel.

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And now, Ellen’s answers:

1. If you had to be “Trapped” somewhere, where would it be?

On an tropical island with George Clooney.

2. If you could pick your “Trapped” companions, what three people would you want with you, and why?

George Clooney, an obsequious boyservant, my agent (with a cellphone, of course).

3. If you could only pick five books to be “Trapped” with, what would they be?

“Empire Falls” by Richard Russo, “Nine Stories” by J.D. Salinger, “Revolutionary Road” by Richard Yates, “How to Survive on Cocoanuts and Other Gilligan’s Island Tricks” by Russell Johnson, “The Kama Sutra.”

4. What ONE famous person would you absolutely NOT want to be “Trapped” with?

Ann Coulter.

5. You can bring three things from your “former” life to “Trapped.” What would those three things be?

I guess I’m supposed to say my kids, right?

6. Where is one place you absolutely would NOT want to be “Trapped.”

Rikers.

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About Natalie R. Collins

Natalie has more than 30 years writing, editing, proofreading and design experience. She has written 20 books (and counting), has worked for the Sundance Film Festival, and as an investigative journalist, editor, and proofreader. She embraces her gypsy-heart and is following her new free-thinking journey through life. Follow her as she starts over and learns a bunch of life's lessons--some the hard way.
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