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interviewing author Barbara Hill

This is Author Barbara Hill I had the pleasure Of interviewing her for my blog, 

Q1. when did you decide you were going to write a book?

A.  Many years after retirement, I began to type a few thoughts of a ‘scene’ floating around my head. From time to time, I’d add to it. From those thoughts, a real story began to evolve and I finally said to my husband, “I believe I could write a novel from these thoughts,” and he said, “well, do it.” It was only then, mid-2016, that I began to try to put thoughts into order, search out writing classes and online help. It was not published until August 2017.

Q.2 how did you come up with the name of your books?

A. I decided on the title of my novel, “Only a Breeze,” only as I neared the finish of the first complete draft.

Q. 3 what are you working on now for 20 18?

A. My second novel has come much easier. Tentatively titled, “Altered Plans,” the first draft is in the hands of my editor now.

Q 4. how long have you been writing?

A. I’ve told stories aloud most…

Top 10 Family-Friendly Movies night ideas

Top 10 Family-Friendly Movie night ideas.
1. on the list is cloudy with a chance of meatballs 2.
I love this movie it is so cute I love the cute food animals it is so creative how they used food to make the movie I love the characters and there are so many funny parts in the move barb the ape is so cute and sweet my favorite food animal is the butter frog a frog made out of butter in the pancake world it was cute.  
This movie has a great message to it to the true meaning of friendship and it shows you how friends stick together.
This is a movie I could watch over and over again and I still enjoy it if you have not seen this it differently needs to go on your next movie list and don't forget your movie night snacks.
2. on the list is Coco I love Coco it is a cute movie about a little boy who learns more about his family This movie has a great message to it and that is what family really is and how important family is.
I love the colors in the movie and the songs I so want to the movie a…

interviewing author sharon k connell

This is author Sharon K Connell I had the opportunity to interview her on my blog.

Q1.when did you decide you were going to write a book?

A. After I went through Hurricane Ivan by myself, except for my cat and dog, in a house in Pensacola, Florida, an author friend of mine said I should start writing my experience and put it in a book. He'd been telling me I needed to be writing for a long time, but this time I took him up on it. My book didn't wind up being about the Hurricane, but the damages it had done to the town were mentioned

Q.2 how did you come up with the name of your books?

A. All the names of my books come from various Scriptures.

Q. 3 what are you working on now for 20 18?

A. At the moment, I'm finishing up on the rewrite of my second published novel. I changed styles after learning more about writing. It's almost done.

Q 4. how long have you been writing?

A. I've been writing since 2005.

Q 5. What advice would you give other authors?

A.  Write what God wants yo…

My top ten family - friendly places to visit in myrtle beach.

My top ten family-friendly places to visit in myrtle beach.
1. On the list is Broadway at the beach this is the first places we visited when we moved to myrtle beach they have everything here little shops and restraints my favorite shop was yours and Mayan it is a cute little shop that sells purses and crafts as well as jewelry.
They have a feed the fish machine you put money in and fish food comes out and you can through the food in the water for the fish to eat I am posing by the machine because my last name is fish lol.
There is also a movie theater inside and different attractions to can do wonderworks is a fun science center and they have rides you can go on and a playground.

2. on my list is market commons it is beautiful there they also have different kinds of little shops to look at and many restraints to pick from they have this cute little crepe shop where you can eat different kinds of crepes and they have it decorated so cute like you are walking in Paris.
when you walk around …

interviewing children's author & illustrator sanghamitra Dasgupta

this it children's author & illustrator Sanghamitra Dasgupta I had the opportunity to interview her for my blog.

Q1. Well, I was quite a reader in my school days..My favorite books were always like ghost stories and comics, and when I became professional and started illustrating for books, I read so many books. That inspired me to think about the writing. After my job for 1 year as a school teacher, I permanently thought about to write children's book

Q2. Well When I started writing, I make sure to give the book a proper I came up with some name and finalize that
Q3. Well currently in 2018 till now my 8 books are being published. ( 4 books written and illustrated by me) and ( 4 books illustrated by me.) And There are like 3 or 4 more books to be illustrated by me and I am also working on my own next book's story concept.
Q4. Well, I am writing for the last 2 years whether I am illustrating since last 26years. So yeah this is a matchup thing
Q5. My advice would be …

Interviewing Author Rick stepp-bolling

Q. 1when did you decide you were going to write a book?
                  . Actually, I was writing a short story, but when I read it for my critique group, several people suggested I should make it into a book instead. A few months later, I had written my first novel.
Q.2 how did you come up with the name of your books 
                A.   PATCH MAN was the label of the main character in the book. He (Var) uses magical patches to repair, heal, and open things, so it was logical to name the book after him. It is now the name of the series—PATCH MAN SERIES—as I have just finished the fifth book in the series.
Q. 3 what are you working on now for 20 18?
                 A. I’ve written a few short stories finished the fifth book in the PATCH MAN series and started the first book in a fantasy series called GRAY RIDERS.

Q 4. how long have you been writing?
                 A. I started writing poetry in high school some fifty years ago and I’ve continued writing poetry, short stories and now no…

Interviewing Author of the EDO BLOOD Series.

*This picture represents one of my proudest moments (it went on my FB page).  My high school Creative Writing teacher, Patricia (Deery) Kurtz, still lives in KC and I found out she lives right around the corner from me.  When EDO BLOOD - Book I came out, I hand-delivered the first copy to her.  She's listed second, right under my Mom, on the Acknowledgements page and I signed her copy with this: "Patricia (sorry, you'll always be Miss Deery to me), Thank you so much. This book would not exist without your dedication and encouragement. You saw that whatever-it-is-that-writers-have in me and fanned the flame. I'm sure many of your students can cite examples of why you're a great teacher, but this is mine. Thank you so much! Gratefully, Don R. McCann, Jr."

Q.1 when did you decide you were going to write a book?
 A. Around 1992, I think.  That year, I was invited to a vampire role-playing game.  Part of that was to write a brief character sketch of the person I'd wa…

ice cream and car rides sweet Ohio Memories

My 3 Sisters And I hiking Sierra Autumn And Savannah. New Philadelphia Ohio
Ice Cream Fun me and my sister Troy Ohio

Growing up in New Philadelphia Ohio in this picture is my 3 sisters Sierra, autumn, and Savannah, and my cousin sapphire.
At dairy queen in new port Richey Florida 
ice cream and car rides sweet Ohio Memories 
Growing up my mom would by sisters and me a small tiny tot ice cream cone from McDonald's for 25c back in the day in 2001.
We would get are ice cream cones and go for a nice summer car ride through Amish country and when the sun would go down we would look for deer out in the fields and count how many we saw we would yell deer and we still like to do that to this day.
What I liked most about are car rides is that we were all together as a family and having fun it was peaceful and educational we were homeschooled at that time too.
Ice cream played a big part in my life it was our favorite summer treat sometimes we would get ice cream at the ark for 50 cents or a 25…