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Interviewing Author Helena Wong

Interviewing Author Helena Wong
Q1. Tell us about yourself. What are your favorite books to read?
A. Tell me about your self what are your favorite books to read? I am an author who is born and raised in Hong Kong but because I wanted my stories to be accessible by people from different countries, I wrote my first book-Under Her Cursed Scythe in English. The genre of this book is urban fantasy which is also my favorite genres of books to read. My favorite urban fantasy books include Harry Potter by J.K.Rowling, the Magicians by Lev Grossman and the Magisterium by Holly Black and Cassandra Clare 
Q2. Where did the inspiration to write come from?
A. I have loved to create my own magical world and characters since I was little so I have been writing stories since I was in primary school. However, these stories never had an ending. It was until six years ago when I first got into university and wanted to achieve a seem-to-be impossible goal of not only writing a book with an ending but also co…

Interviewing Author Antoine Airoldi

Interviewing Author Antoine AiroldiQ1. Tell us about yourself. What are your favorite books to read?
A. I am the CEO and founder of Antoine Airoldi Communications Inc., a ghostwriting and consulting firm, helping online celebrities, influencers, and experts write and publish books. 
I love reading any philosophical work that will challenge my current paradigm. I’m all about arguments that make a valid point, as well as controversial works both non-fiction and fiction. 48 Laws of Power is one example for Non-fiction. Paradise Lost is another example of fiction. 
Q2. Where did the inspiration to write come from?
A. I was a student at the time and made a promise that myself that I would release my own book to help college students learn about careers outside their institution. 
The book that came from that desire was formed: Insights From Professionals. 
Q3. How did you come up with the titles of your books?
A. I brainstorm until I feel good about it. Feeling that the book has the appropriate t…

Interviewing Author Janet Pywell

Interviewing Author Janet Pywell Q1. Tell us about yourself. What are your favorite books to read?
A.  I've been reading for as long as I remember. As a child, we were frequently taken to the local library and I discovered the amazing world of imagination. I loved AA Milne and one of the first books I remember my mother reading to me when I was about 7 years old was "I am David” by Anne Holm: a harrowing account of a young boy escaping a concentration camp. I read avidly as a teenager and in my adult years, I have been attracted to crime thrillers and suspense novels.  I’ve always kept an open mind with my reading and I’ll read books in just about every genre. Now I look for something different, like Sweet Pea by C.J.Skuse and books by foreign authors such as Isabelle Allende, Paulo Coelho or Carlos Ruiz Safron.
Q2. Where did the inspiration to write come from?
A.  I’ve always wanted to write but felt that I lacked the necessary skills.  I’ve always had millions of ideas and …

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 …

Interviewing Author Rosalind Morris

Interviewing Author Rosalind MorrisQ1. Tell us about yourself. What are your favorite books to read?
A.  I have been a lover of books for most of my life, so I have gone through a lot of reading phases.  Now, mostly I read Christian Fiction novels and young adult novels.  

Q2. Where did the inspiration to write come from?
A. I wrote my first book when I was in kindergarten.  I wrote my first published book when I was in 10th grade.  I have pretty much always been a writer, a storyteller really.  I love a good story.  In addition to writing books, I am also a playwright and an actress.  
Q3. How did you come up with the titles of your books?
A. Usually, and I hear this is not often the case with others, I start writing from the title.  Sometimes I get an idea, and a Title comes with it, and it helps guide the story.  
Q4. Anything you're currently working in 2019?
A. Two novels and a few plays are on my agenda, but honestly, I have not gotten started yet this year. 
Q5. How long have…