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Interviewing Author M.C. Lee


Interviewing Author M.C. Lee


Q1. Tell me about your self what are your favorite books to read? 

A. In between writing and spending time with my family, I read, embroider,
garden, and teach small children at church. I prefer walking over
bicycles or cars, because my feet are less scary. (If I walk, I can read
at the same time, which is a nice bonus.) I read a wide variety of
books, but about 40% of them end up being fantasy. I've put a ton of
favorite-book-recommendations on my blog at mcleebooks.com.

Q2.when did you decide you where going to write a book?

A.  I wrote stories
for most of my life, but never took them seriously until my daughter
asked me to write a particular story for her. I plotted a six-chapter
short story, which grew into an entire novel and then expanded to a
series.

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

A. Blood, sweat, and tears.
Titles are hard! I try to find something that has two meanings. For
instance, my first title, Wind of Choice, might mean something different
to the reader at the end of the book than it did at the beginning.

Q4. What are you working on for 2019? 

A. I just published book 2, Seed of
War, and am editing book 3 while I write book 4 and list ideas for books
5 & 6.

Q5. How long have you been writing? 

A. Seriously, about six years. But I've
dabbled all my life.

Q6. What advice would you give other authors? 

A. Read a lot, write a lot,
and learn grammar.

Q7.where can people find you online? 

A. mcleebooks.com,
https://www.facebook.com/mcleebooks

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

A.  Of course! I have two
more books coming in the series, plus a collection of related short
stories. I also have an unrelated collection of short stories in
progress in a different genre.

Q9. How many books have you written? 

A. Two published so far, three in
progress.

Q10 did you go to college to be a writer? 

A. No. I'm a social scientist, but
my class in personality theory has served me well.



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