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Interviewing Author Jarred Stanton

Interviewing Author  Jarred Stanton Q1. Tell me about your self?  A. I'm Jarred Stanton from Mobile, Alabama born and raised. I'm a 23-year-old speaker, author, poet, and city league sports coach. I've spoken at a handful of schools in my area from elementary to high school students. My focus is on self-esteem and bullying to build a better tomorrow. I have been writing for a very long time and it eventually became my biggest aspiration. I coach city league football and basketball in my surrounding community. In 2017 I graduated from Remington College with an Associate's Degree. I work a full-time job as a Utility Wastewater Operator but my ultimate goal is writing and speaking. Q2.What are your favorite books to read? A. I love murder mysteries and suspense  Q3. When did you decide you were going to write a book?  A. When I was in High School I decided I wanted to be an Author/Poet Q4. How did you come up with the name of your book? A.  All of my titles just really com

Interviewing Author Susan York Meyers

  Q1. Tell me about your self? A. Oh wow, me in a nutshell … when I write these things, it always sounds like a really bad personal ad, lol. I like to take long walks, preferably at night when it feels like I am the only person in existence.  I am an avid reader. I love to crochet and do paper art. I live with my husband in a small town in Oklahoma. I love our neighborhood because it's right on the edge of the country, so coming home I get to say, "hello" to the cows across the road. As a Christian, I strive to do everything to God's glory, although if you've ever read any of my inspirational essays, you know I often hilariously fail at perfection! I love being a writer and talking to people about writing. Q2.What are your favorite books to read? A. I love cozy mysteries. I'm a big who-done-it fan! In fact I used to work as a library aide in a school. The little bitties would come to the desk asking for mystery books. There aren't a lot of that type of boo