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interviewing Author Liam Mullen


interviewing Author Liam Mullen



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


A. I was in my teenage years when I decided to try writing.

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

A. Usually from knowing what the book is about. Sometimes the title is the trigger for the whole story.

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

A. I'm working on several cop thrillers for adults, but I also hope to delve further into stories for children.



Q 4. how long have you been writing?
In and around forty years now.




Q 5. What advice would you give other authors?

A. Never give up and never listen to detractors.



Q 6.  we're can people find you online?

A. I used to have a presence on Wattpad but don't use it as much. It can be a good platform to test the waters and gauge reactions. I can be found on Facebook at Liam Mullen Author@irishwriter112, and on platforms like Amazon and Twitter.

Q7 do you plan on making more books in the 

A. future 
Yes, most definitely.

Q 8 How many books have you written. 

A. Good question, and one I'm not too sure about. For children, I've written four. It depends how you'd characterize a book in terms of length etc.

Q 9 did you go to college to be a writer. 

A. No, not exactly studied journalism and visual media in college.



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