Wendy Sparrow

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Gender FEMALE
Occupation Writer, Mother
Location Tall Trees, Washington State
Introduction I'm a professional insomniac and hopeful writer. I write a lot. I sleep a little. Some of my books are exercises in creative writing and exorcising the demon words that keep me awake. Others--I'll try to get published so I won't feel so guilty about writing instead of cleaning. I'm a mother to quirky children, wife to an uber geek, and my life is full of crazy. If you have questions or comments about B or T, OCD, or Autism, just ask or email me. Otherwise this is my life as a writer and a struggling insomniac... wait. Scratch that... reverse it. HEY! Peeps! This is going to become my personal blog and my writing/author blog will be on my website here: http://wendysparrow.com/ I'll be cross-posting initially but may switch over to keeping them separate.
Interests Painting, writing, sleeping, reading, running, church
Favorite Movies Princess Bride, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, 10 Things I Hate about You, Rat Race, Thomas Crown Affair, Daredevil
Favorite Music 9 Crimes, Lover Lay Down, Skullcrusher Mountain, Code Monkey, Devil Went Down to Georgia, Samson, Come On Get Higher, David Duchovny, On the Radio, Somebody to Love, My Freeze Ray, A Nervous Tic Motion of the Head to the Left, Turpentine, The Story- Brandi Carlile, Nothing Else Matters, Common People- William Shatner, They're on to me, Can't Help falling in love- Lick the Tins, Two Knights and Maidens, Truth about Romeo, Love Story
Favorite Books The Plague, Wocket in my Pocket, To Kill a Mockingbird, Martian Chronicles, Speed of Dark, Book of Mormon, The Last Spymaster, Mediator Series- Meg Cabot, Boy Next Door, The Genesis Code, Perfect Series- Anne Gracie

When your science teacher smashed a frozen rose with a hammer, did you warm the petals to bring them back to life?

LOL. This was clearly intended for a fifteen year old girl. Why would you bring the thing back to life? I think a smashed rose sounds great. I'd coat it in plastic and call it good.