THE JOURNEY

Author Interview - Michele E. Northwood

My interview this week is with Author Michele Northwood. Her debut novel, Fishnets in the Far East was released in January of this year. Michele has led an interesting life from dancing, working in a circus, teaching, and now writing. Read this fascinating interview to find out a little more about Michele's writing, her strange experience, and piranha soup. Thank you, Michele, for being my interview 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 the book? Apparently, as a toddler, I was infatuated with a ladybird book (the title evades me) it was the story of a naughty dog chasi

Author Interview - John H. Paterson

Get to know Author John. H. Paterson as he shares a little of his writing and personal life with us. John, thank you for participating in my interview. I have to say some of your answers made me chuckle. Your embarassing moment - I'm sure you were "popular" at the reception. And your answer to question #17 - um, isn't that just noodles? :). About Writing 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 probably started off reading the Hardy Boys series and enjoyed them but as far as having an impact, I was around 14 when I read The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. Besides making me want to

Author Interview - J. L. Canfield

This week's interview is with Author J. L. (Julie) Canfield. Julie is busy working on the sequel to her detective series as well as getting ready for the release of her women's fiction novel in early May. Thank you, Julie, 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? Several stories I read as child impacted me. Snow White gave me hope. Velveteen Rabbit made me cry. Beatirx Potter’s work made me love antiheroes and King Arthur stories made me realize underdogs matter and should be cheered on in life. 2. When did you first realize you wanted to write? In s

Author Interview - John Hazen

My interview this week is with Author, John Hazen. John's answer to question #12 impressed me. And I could visualize the scene he described in #19. If that's not in a book yet, it should be. What a great memory! Thank you John, for giving us a little glimpse of both your writing and personal life. 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 full-length book that I remember reading was when I was in fourth or fifth grade. It was a novel called Johnny Tremaine. It’s a historical novel set during the time of the American Revolution. I’ve long had a love of history—a love that

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