The bestselling author of Orphan X answers our quickfire questions.
Q: Facebook or Twitter?
Q: Tea or Coffee?
Q: TV Series or Movie?
Gregg: TV Series
Q: Marmite or Vegemite?
Gregg: Peanut Butter
Q: Chocolate or Vanilla?
Q: Winter or summer?
Q: PC or Mac?
Q: Early bird or Night Owl?
Gregg: Night Owl
Q: Antique or New?
Q: Cats or Dogs?
Gregg: Definitely Dogs
Q: Save or Splurge?
Gregg: Depends on my mood
Q: Classic or Modern?
Q: Spicy or Mild
Q: Leather or Denim?
Q: Bond or Bourne?
Gregg: Probably Bond
Q: Chicken or Beef?
Q: Running or Walking?
Q: A Play or a Musical?
Q: Asking questions or answering questions?
Gregg: Asking questions
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