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Taylor Keating | If I were a Stalker
Author Guest / May 25, 2011

Before I begin, I don’t condone stalking in any way, shape or form. So please don’t write me. I don’t have it in me to be a good stalker. From what I’ve determined, it takes way too much focus and effort and I’m basically lazy. But I asked a good friend one time (who happens to be a United Church minister) if plotting an assassination was a bad thing. She told me not at all. Plotting can be therapeutic. Acting on it is what tips the scales. So stalking is bad. I do, however, have a list of people I’d stalk if a) it weren’t illegal, and b) I wasn’t so lazy. #1. Madeline Hunter. I love love love Madeline Hunter. I leapt over a blind woman and knocked down a few librarians in order to introduce myself at RWA in Orlando last year. She was very gracious, didn’t call hotel security, and I’m hoping has forgotten the entire incident because I’ll probably repeat it in New York. (Although in fairness, that might be crossing over into creepy on my part. My friend the minister might not approve.) While she seems like a wonderful person, I love Madeline Hunter mostly…