Space Rep: I like the author's name, Isabo. It makes me happy.
Liza: It does, right? We should adopt Isabo. Then we wouldn't fight so much.
Space Rep: Good point. Can you invite Isabo over...instead of interviewing her book.
Liza: No. She's sent her book. Or she was suppose to have sent her book. *bangs on transporter* Space Rep have you been playing with this thing again?
Space Rep: Isabo! Yes, I did. Isabo!
Liza: *smiles* You do like to tinker. So is it broke or--Here comes the book. Wow, it's small.
Liza: Welcome The Secrets of Narava. Mind if I call you Narava, unless you have a character with that name.
Narava: Why is the hairless primate asking me that? She can't hear my answer.
Liza: As a matter of fact, I can hear books. And I find the term hairless primate offensive.
Narava: My apologies. Would you prefer 'mostly hairless'?
Liza: Why is it no one sends me books with manners?
Narava: Have you tried interviewing an etiquette book? They aren't very interesting and have a devil of a temper.
Liza: Good point. And I hate being scolded. So we'll stay with tiny you. I apologize that my transporter shrunk you. Space Rep is taking a course in Space Repairs. So far he's only creating jobs for the future when he eventually learns how to do stuff. At the current rate, he'll be occupied for a long time.
Narava: I can't help you with repairing a spaceship, but if you have paleontology questions about Narava, I'm your book.
Liza: Great! So tell me about yourself.
Narava: First, to set the mood, a warning:
Liza: Bet he hasn't. What's Nathan's perspective of this lack of memory?
Narava: Nathan thought guarding an archaeological dig site would be an easy and welcome break from his normal high-tension contracts.
Liza: I believe they are actually difficult to protect.
Narava: He'll worry about that later, right now he's comes face-to-face with a woman he hasn't been able to forget for the last three years.
Liza: Ha! Told you.
Narava: He finds himself torn between the job and dragging Ti'ann back to his ship to remind her of those brief erotic nights they spent together. Nights she seems to have forgotten.
Liza: This is so Venus and Mars. How we ever managed to populate planets I'll never know. It takes two to Tango, but neither party thinks the other remembers how to dance.
Narava: No, I think you misunderstood me.
Space Rep: She understood you, she just likes to talk around the subject of sex, making really stupid Tango references instead.
Narava: Thank you for explaining, because neither of my characters know anything about this tango.
Liza: Well done, Space Rep.
Space Rep: So Narava, want to tell us about Isabo Kelly?
Narava: I would love to.
Isabo Kelly is the award-winning author of numerous science fiction, fantasy, and paranormal romances. Her life has taken her from Las Vegas to Hawaii, where she got her BA in Zoology, back to Vegas where she looked after sharks, then on to Germany and Ireland where she got her Ph.D. in Animal Behavior.
Now Isabo focuses on writing. She lives in New York with her Irish husband, two beautiful boys, and funny dog. She works as a full time author and stay-at-home mom.
Space Rep: I found her legal stalking links too:
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