THE JOURNEY

Author Interview - Eve Gaal

I am happy to have Author Eve Gaal as my guest this week on Author Interviews. Eve started her writing career at an early age. By the time she was twelve, she was sending some of her writing to publishers Thank you, Eve, for sharing about your writing and some of your personal life with us. 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? Harold and the Purple Crayon by Crockett Johnson. I still have it here in my office. With adorable illustrations and simple language, it spells out what every creative person wants to know: how to make our dreams come true! 2. When did you first reali

Author Interview - A.J. Griffiths-Jones

I am happy to have A.J. Griffiths-Jones as my guest this week for Author Interviews. A.J. has written several novels including a cozy mystery series. I hope you enjoy reading a little about her and her writing. Thank you, A.J. for participating in my 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 remember reading a book called ‘Demons by Daylight’ by horror author Ramsey Campbell when I was about ten years old. It sparked my imagination for ghostly stories, mysteries and things that go bump in the night. It also taught me that stories don’t always have to have happy ending

Author Interview - Sean Robins

My interview this week is with first time author Sean Robins. Sean's debut novel, The Crimson Deathbringer has been doing quite well since its release in early May. Thanks, Sean, 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? Dick Sands the Boy Captain by Jules Verne. I was 8 years old at the time. That book opened up a new world for me and turned me into the bookworm I have been ever since. 2. When did you first realize you wanted to write? I’d always wanted to be a writer. This is literally a childhood dream, one of those you give up when you grow up. I

Author Interview - Caitlyn Fournier

My interview this week is with Author Caitlyn Fournier. Your answer to question 12 is pretty weird, and I don't think I could sleep in the dark after that either. If you haven't already included that in a book yet, it is great material. And I do not think it is weird in the least that you don't like editing. Thank you, Caitlyn, for being my interview guest. 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 was reading Cry Wolf by Patricia Briggs, I actually read it in Grade 4, and it was the book that had shown me that I didn’t have to just write fanfiction; that I could just create my

Author Interview - Laurie Woodward

My guest this week is fantasy author and teacher, Laurie Woodward. Laurie is also an award winning peace consultant and blogger with a focus on anti-bullying. Thank you, Laurie, for sharing a little bit about yourself with me and your readers. 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 read Walden when I was sixteen and was enraptured by the idea of isolating one’s self in a deliberate way to get the most from every moment. 2. When did you first realize you wanted to write? When I was ten, I wrote my first poem, a love limerick to a boy I had a crush on. Even though throwing that

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