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Interviewing Author David Blair

Interviewing Author David Blair


Q1. Tell us about yourself. What are your favorite books to read?

A. Most recently I have worked as a production supervisor for EnterAktion Studios on a feature-length motion pictured called ‘’Dwegons and Leprechauns’’ it is/was on Netflix, My favorite writers are Rod sterling and Charles Dickens, I have always been creative ever since grade school. In the eighth grade, I wrote, directed and starred in a student film called ‘’Destination Destiny’’.  My favorites books are along the line of paranormal stories

Q2. Where did the inspiration to write come from?

A.  I wrote ‘’Dragons in the Clouds’’ 20 years ago. I first wrote it as a screenplay and my original thought was to develop ‘’Puff the magic dragon’’.  I always did love that song as I am sure you did. And I thought it would make a great story. I just recently reformatted it to the novel format


Q3. How did you come up with the titles of your books?

A. I first come up with plots and storylines. The titles usually start off as working titles meaning they are prone to change. And as soon as something catchy pops into my mind. I usually go with that first thought for my title.

Q4. Anything you're currently working in 2019?

A. I am working on a sequel for ‘’Dragons in the Clouds’’. I also have a finished story called ‘’Meaner than the Devil’’ which does need a rewrite or two.

Q5. How long have you been writing?

A.30 plus years. But only recently have I begun working full force on developing my writing career. It seems now or never.

Q6.  What advice would you like to give to other authors?

A. To never ever give up. The most important word in the English language is ‘’Try’’. As long as you try, you will never be a failure. Also to have a plan, a formula. I start my writing projects with an outline, a standard twenty-page treatment of the entire story, from beginning to end.

Q7. Where can we connect with you online?

A. Below are links to me and for ‘’Dragon in the Clouds’’


https://askdavid.com/reviews/book/epic-adventure/16986?fbclid=IwAR0LJRpP6mBsjlStR0wuMvr_tLMJCT8ImMXC6NSNcpkja9k5douii6ZcFr8
http://freeboostmarketing.com/books/dragons-in-the-clouds/
https://www.facebook.com/groups/159290031262219/
https://twitter.com/daveblr77
https://www.pinterest.com/dragonsintheclouds/
https://www.facebook.com/wordsmatterpublishinghouse/videos/382152039293789/?hc_ref=ARQw94sS5TefrG6MyKev0pLJHg_iGzJJrmMObb7RnKGbxK85MeTPiYvgKQKzI9Sc-PQ&fref=gs&dti=229768307772260&hc_location=group
https://twitter.com/englisheduajith/status/1116294756244398081
https://authoruproar.com/author-david-blair/
https://dragonsintheclouds.com/

Q8. Do you plan on writing any more books in the future?

A. Oh yes! Absolutely. I have 3 other completely stories. Although they are currently in screenplay format. Reformatting and added description and character development are in order for them to be published

Q9. How many books have you written?

A. One which is of course ‘’Dragons in the Clouds’’ As I have mentioned before. I do have other completed stories but not novel ready.

Q10. Did you go to college with the intent to be a writer?

A. I did go to college if that is what you’re asking. Lol. I learned writing from a personal instructor you might say. His education is from NYU Film School and he taught me everything he knows.

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