Happy Sunday, blog readers! Around here, Sunday means that we have another installment of “Meet the Editors,” and today is no different. Today we are featuring Audrey Heiberger, the Layout Editor of the Jet Fuel Review. Audrey is a Computer Graphic Design major at Lewis University. Of course, Audrey also enjoys her position at the Review. Thanks, as always, to Melissa Carrington for developing these questions and facilitating these reviews.
Who are you and what is your role in the Jet Fuel Review?
I am Audrey Heiberger and I am the Layout Editor.
What book might we find on your nightstand right now?
I have mostly textbooks on my book shelf. The only book that is not a textbook is a Nora Roberts novel.
If you had the chance to co-write with one author, who would you choose? Why?
I would co-write with Ann Brashares because I liked how she wrote The Sisterhood Series.
Describe your perfect reading atmosphere.
I like to read either on a couch or on my bed with no distractions.
What might your personal library look like?
I would have a little nook area where I would have bookshelves filled with classic novels and a bay window seat so I can sit comfortably while reading. It’s an image I have had in my head for awhile now.
If you could “re-make” a poorly written movie that was based on a book, what movie would it be?
What piece of literature can you reread over and over again?
I pretty much will reread any book in my room and a book I have previously checked out at the library because I read for enjoyment.
Give us a quote from your favorite (or any) book/movie.
“It’s not what the world holds for you. It’s what you bring to it.” ― L.M. Montgomery, Anne of Green Gables
If you were invited to have coffee with any fictional character, who would you most like to meet? Why?
I would choose Melanie from Gone With the Wind because she is the kind of person I want to be. She was kind to everybody and helped anyone out even if she didn’t have the strength to. Melanie was also nice to Scarlett even though no one else was.
Share your top five favorite pieces of writing (anything included).
- Gone With the Wind by Margaret Mitchell
- Great Expectations by Charles Dickens
- The Help by Kathryn Stockett
- Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery
- Persuasion by Jane Austen
There you have it! I hope you enjoyed getting to know Audrey! We should have another one of these posts for you soon. In the meantime, you can check out our previous question-and-answer sessions right here.
– Jet Fuel Blog Editor, Mary Egan