In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: « Trick Questions. »
A pulitzer laureate wants to do an in depth piece about me ? Yeah, maybe in a trillion years, when’Ill be a universe-wide famous writer.
Will I be unsettled by some questions ?
What would be the three trick questions ? None.
In a interview, the questions rarely matter.
The answers make the flesh of the interview and any good journalist knows that the way someone answers a question carry just as much meaning, and sometimes more than the actual answers.
So… Trick questions… why only three ?
There’d be plenty but I’ll never fear them.
I’ll take them as an opportunity to exercise my wit and showcase my dialog paraphernalia. After all, I’m a writer and dialogs are a part of my job.
Come on, Pulitzer nominee, bring the questions on. And if you come along with Benedict Cumberbatch, Martin Freeman and/or Andrew Scott, I might even answer them honestly 😉 .