THE JOURNEY

Author Interview - Elly Grant

This week's interview is with Author Elly Grant. Elly has a knack for killing characters in her stories. If you're a nice person, you have nothing to worry about. If not, you may find yourself a victim in one of her stories. Thank you, Elly, for participating in Author Interviews. 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 the book ‘Psycho’ when I was a young teenager. I found it really creepy then and I still do. I remember sleeping with the light on for a few days after I finished reading it, and I still feel nervous in showers that have shower curtains. 2. When did you fi

Author Interview - Daryl J. Ball

My interview this week is with Fantasy Author, Daryl J. Ball. Daryl has published three books, two of which are a part of a series. Read on to discover more about Daryl's journey as an author and learn a little about his 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? I read a lot as a kid, and I think everything we read impacts us in different ways so this is kind of hard to nail down. I can say though that it was somewhere around Grade 6 that I read “The Screwtape Letters” by C. S. Lewis and that it ultimately led to my becoming the librarian at my church at the time de

Author Interview - Isobel Blackthorn

I am happy to have award-winning author, Isobel Blackthorn as my guest this week. Isobel has published several novels across a range of genres from biographies to psychological thrillers. Thank you, Isobel, for sharing a little of your writing and personal life and for participating in Author Interviews. About Writing/Books/Being an Author 1. What is your favourite thing about writing? What is your least favourite thing about writing? I adore every aspect of the writing process, although the initial composition can be fraught. There is always the need to reach the finish line. For this reason, my first draft is short, generally below 40,000 words and with a very raggedy ending. I love the ge

Author Interview - R. A. Fisher

Author R. A. (Robert) Fisher joins me as my guest this week on Author Interviews. I hope you enjoy learning a little about Robert. I can related with Robert's answer to question 1. I once tried to read The Hobbit when I was 12 or 13 years old. I don't think I made it past the first page or two. And his answer to question number 11 made me laugh maybe a little too hard. But it just seemed the second sentence of his answer was unnecessary in a way. I couldn't imagine how it could be delicious. Thank you, Robert, for being my guest this week. Your answers were enjoyable. 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 wh

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