My Latest Interview with Fellow Blogger, Robin Rice

Friends & Family,

Check out my newest interview beautifully done by fellow blogger Robin Rice here.

A short excerpt:

What inspired you to start writing? Ever since grade school, I had a natural inclination to write stories, with a big imagination. I daydreamed a lot. But what makes my ability to write so extraordinary was that I hated to read and had reading comprehension problems through elementary and secondary schools. Still, somehow I could write, for the most part, grammatically correctly. Thankfully, I could also spell pretty well. I believe watching TV shows and movies were my inspiration to be able to write. It goes along with my being a visual learner, seeing the scenes in which my characters are within, like a movie in my head. 

How long have you been writing? If I include the works I wrote in my early teens through my mid-twenties and since starting back up in 2014, it would be about fifteen years.

Click “here” in the first paragraph to read the rest!

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Radio Talk

 

This is my newest radio interview on John’s radio show. There’s a bit of a skipping sound in the call that we don’t know what caused that, but you can hear us well, in any case. Thanks so much, John! Hope you all enjoy listening and learning a bit more about me, my novel, my writing, and other upcoming works.

 

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Me with PofP final print copy April 27 2020

 

My First Radio Interview

radio waves and mic

Last night, I was interviewed about my writing by my dear friend, John, on his radio show. The interviews are in fifteen minute segments. My interview is the last one.

Just an FYI: The interview wasn’t scripted, basically informal, so this shy introvert did the best she could with her first interview about her books.

By the way, the name of the anthology with my short story, Summer Memories, in it is called Take a Mind Trip, available on Amazon, if you’re into reading anthologies. At this time, you can read the anthology for free on Kindle.

Summer Memories was one of the first short stories I wrote when I returned to writing in 2014. It was written in 2015.

In the future, I will probably combine all my short stories into one book.

Link to my interview is here.