Q: What can you tell us about your haunted house?
Q: Are people giving you thumbs-up for your performances?
A: They better had given me thumbs-up! All fingers up! So far, it's been a really great reaction -- a lot of people who know the lyrics and really rock out.
Q: How about those folks holding up signs saying that your music is bad for today's youth?
A: I don't know who let those people in the park, but I want them dead.
Q: Do you have more male fans or more female fans?
A: It's pretty equal, honestly. There are a lot of girls that are into the girl power -- they really appreciate it -- and a looooot of boys.
Q: Tell us about your missing boyfriend.
A: I have no idea what you're talking about. I don't know where he is He just left without telling anyone.
Q: And then you just stepped in?
A: I had to. He started a great project, but he broke my heart. He left me. He killed me.
Q: How has the band changed since you started?
A: The music originally, I feel, was originally not deep enough, a little shallow. So when I took over the band it got honest.
Q: What scares you?
A: Not much scares me -- I'm a rock star.
Q: Is Florida scary?
A: Yeah, I have about 12 bugbites on me, mosquito bites.
Q: Are love bugs scary?
A: No, they're not scary, they're annoying. They stick in my hair a lot.
Q: What do you do in Tampa when you're not at Howl-O-Scream?
A: I kinda lock myself away. I like to be alone a lot of the time. I do keep my eyes open for that special inspiration. So, if anyone wants to come to my concerts, they might be my next inspiration.
Q: Tell us a secret.
A: I like to keep my secrets pretty secret, but if you listen to the lyrics to my songs closely, I think you'll know all my secrets.
Howl-O-Scream runs Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays in October, plus Sunday, Oct. 31.