TCWT: What are your thoughts on romance for your typical genre? Do you tend to have a little, a lot, or none at all?
ZH: Well, I'm writing a fantasy novel with romance at the heart of it and the same with a action story, so I really do love romance (to read and to write), but I also have 2 novels without a hint of romance; it really depends.
Emma and I are taking a break from writing our Alice in Wonderland Collaboration. We have a lot done, but school has gotten very busy for both of us: I have three major papers to work on simultaneously and she is working on a musical, chorus, and most importantly applying to high school (I went through that last year; our school, now my old school, ends in 8th Grade). So, when we start up again, I will announce it.
I have two huge papers to write right now. One on Schizophrenia for a Genetics Research Paper for my Biology class and another on the Marriage Market in the Quattrocento (Italian culture in the 1400's). And just past the past two hours researching Schizophrenia, the Quattrocento for my History Paper on Dowries and the Marriage Market...but I still have so much more work to do! Grrrrr!
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