Interviewing Author Peggy McAloon
through reflections. That could be a mirror, a lake surface, and even shiny metal. It also provided the method by which the winged Fiorin could enter the dimension of the earth (through the reflection of a child
Q5. What are you working on for 2021
A. The third book in the Elle Burton series is in its third edition. I’m also working with a child counselor on a book called “Re-Parenting,” This book is about breaking the chain of abuse for those of us who grow up, want to become parents, but wish to avoid the abuses we suffered as children.
Q6. How long have you been writing?
A. I began making up stories as a child. Financial obligations made it impossible for me to follow my dream until after I retired.
Q7. What advice would you give other authors?
A. Run your book through a program like Grammarly before you send it on to the editor to reduce the amount of time they need to spend and the hours you’ll be charged for. Don’t ever overlook the editing. I strongly recommend when you finish a book, you put it away for at least 30 days before you begin the process of polishing it and eventually editing it. You need fresh eyes to see the errors.
Q8. Where can people find you online?
A. Website: https://peggyshope4u.com/
Amazon Author Page: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/8193007.Peggy_M_McAloon
My email is email@example.com
9. What is your favorite coffee drink?
I love coffee and drank buckets of it until I hit my 50’s. Suddenly, I developed an allergy to the oils in the coffee bean. I still love the smell of fresh-brewed coffee, but I now drink tea.
Q10. What is your favorite coffee shop?
Q11. Do you plan on making a new book in the future?
A.At my age, the question is more whether I will wake up another morning. If I do, I can assure you, I will continue writing.
Q12. How many books have you written?
A. 4 + 2 anthology contributions.
Q13. Did you go to college to be a writer?
A. Answered above.