Interview with Kasi Alexander

If you could travel in a Time Machine would you go back to the past or into the future?
Hmm. Probably to the future – and not just for winning lottery numbers! I am curious about how lots of things are going to evolve, including religion, alternative lifestyles, and-of course-shoe styles!
If you could invite any 5 people to dinner who would you choose?
I’m going to assume you mean people from the past as well as present. That would be George Eliot (Mary Ann Evans), because I think she was really brave and I love her writing, Shakespeare, Einstein because he seems to have had a good sense of humor, Elizabeth I just to hear what it was like to be her, and Gracie Allen because she was incredibly funny but probably wouldn’t hog the conversation.
If you were stranded on a desert island what 3 things would you want with you?
A book on surviving in the wild, a group of really fun people, and a yacht. (Or a helicopter–complete with rich, handsome pilot. But a yacht would be good too.)
What is one book everyone should read?
Mine, of course. After that, Handbuch zur Deutschen Grammatik. Then there’s an excellent book called something like “How to Read Like an English Professor” (probably not exactly right). Reading is so important to understanding life–and ourselves. By taking the time to learn how to get the most out of what we read, most of us would get a lot more out of our lives.
If you were a superhero what would your name be?
Hmm. Probably OrganizationWoman.
If you could have any superpower what would you choose?
Teleportation. I’d spend every morning (and probably every evening and weekend) on a beach in the tropics. Then go skiing during the day. Of course, I’d never get any work done. So it’s probably for the best.
What is your favorite flavor of ice cream?
Depends on the day. Usually something heavy on the chocolate, with either peanut butter, cappuccino or fruit mixed in.
If you could meet one person who has died who would you choose?
Einstein. He just seems like a fascinating guy. And I could practice my German!
What is your favorite thing to eat for breakfast?
A nice skillet with lots of eggs, cheese, sausage, bacon, a few veggies, and more cheese. Did I mention cheese?
Night owl, or early bird?
Early bird. Definitely.
One food you would never eat?
Those little live octopi they eat in Japan. Ewwwwww.
Pet Peeves?
People who are always looking to blame someone. People who can’t tell the difference between meanspiritedness and playfulness. And, obviously, the misuse of apostrophes.
Skittles or M&Ms?
M&Ms. Any day.
Please tell us in one sentence only, why we should read your book.
If you liked 50 Shades of Gray, or are intereted in BDSM in general, the Keyhole Series is a realistic yet entertaining (I hope) look at how real people do polyamory, BDSM and power exchange.
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  1. I really enjoyed reading BECOMING SAGE and am looking forward to SAVING SUNNI. I do read a lot of BDSM books, and this was my first polyamorous read and I found it very eyeopening and interesting. This would not be something that would be easy to and could not work unless all the participants of the relationship were honest, and worked together.

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