THE JOURNEY

Author Interview - David Bryant Perkins

My author interview guest this week is Author David Bryant Perkins I hope you find his answers as interesting and what better way to answer some of them then with pictures. Thank you, David, for being my guest this week. About Writing/Books/Being an Author 1. Do you remember the first book you read that had an impact on you - in what way and what was the name of that book? To Kill a Mockingbird. My brother who was a year ahead of me brought it home as required reading assignment and said it was good. It was the first book I read almost non-stop as the story and characters were so engaging. 2. When did you first realize you wanted to write? After meeting a gentleman in the 1980’s who worked

Author Interview - Mari Collier

Science Fiction Author Mari Collier is this week's Author Interview guest. In her interview, she shares many interesting facts about her writing and personal life. Thank you, Mari, for this interesting interview. About Writing/Books/Being an Author 1. Do you remember the first book you read that had an impact on you - in what way and what was the name of that book? The first book that I read was one I found in a box in my older brother’s room. It was one of the Bobbsey Twin books. I was about five and it hit me that I could read a book. That was more than the few words I could read in A Child’s Garden of versus. It also made me despise the See Dick run or See Jane run books they had in the f

Author Interview - Bob Holderbaum

This week's interview is with first-time Author Bob Holderbaum. Bob's debut novel, Trestle of Death: Murder Unpunished was just released in February. Thank you, Bob, for being my guest this week. About Writing/Books/Being an Author 1. Do you remember the first book you read that had an impact on you - in what way and what was the name of that book? I don’t remember specific books when I was a child. However, I’ve had a life-long penchant for true crime stories—and I know exactly where that started. Magazines. My dad was a barber. On the magazine rack in his little barber shop, he offered an array of reading material. It included several true crime magazines for his in-queue customers, e.g.,

Author Interview - Don Oestreicher

Please welcome, Author Don Oestreicher, as this week's guest. I hope you find Don's answers as interesting as I did. Becoming an author and a substitue teacher when you are dyslexic is truly inspiring. Thank you, Don, for participating in my author interview. About Writing/Books/Being an Author 1. Do you remember the first book you read that had an impact on you - in what way and what was the name of that book? I came late to reading. As a dyslexic, I experienced most of my education as a non-reader. Fortunately, many compensating strategies got me through graduate school. Once out of school, I discovered reading. The first book I recall was Asimov’s Foundation Trilogy. This was my first re

Author Interview - William Breen Jr.

Poet, author, and artist, William Breen Jr. is this week's Author Interview guest. Thank you will for participating in the interview. I enjoyed your answers, particularly the answer to question 14. About Writing/Books/Being an Author 1. Do you remember the first book you read that had an impact on you - in what way and what was the name of that book? I didn’t read much as a kid, only what I had to for school. In one ear out the other. Drivers Ed book was the first book I read cover to cover like my life depended on it, to pass quiz to get my licence. After. that I remember (The Man Who Fell to Earth) Only because I was a big—big David Bowie Fan who I saw twice play live. First time at Boston

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