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Interviewing Author Kayla Klassen

Tell me about yourself? Well, let’s see… I am a wife and mother to two children who are 12 & 15. I have one dog and one cat (my furbabies!). I love reading, writing, drinking coffee, nature, animals, and music.  2. What are your favorite books to read? Actually, I really like to read health-related books, spiritual books, and I will reread select books that I love over and over again. They are feel-good books to me! I also read verses from the Bible every day. 3. When did you decide you were going to write a book? I have always wanted to write a children’s book. Though at the beginning of 2021, my New Year’s Resolution was to publish a children’s book – so here I am, as of July 31 st of this year, I self-published my children’s book titled “Nature Ninjas”! 4. How did you come up with the name of your book? As I wrote the story, of Riley and Milo searching for animal friends in the forest, the title “Nature Ninjas” popped into my head because I wrote about different creatures in th

Interviewing Author B.J. Seow

  1. Tell me about yourself? A. Hi! I’m B.J. Seow. I’m a Malaysian and have been living in Austria for the past 11 years. Back in Malaysia, I managed a company in the paper industry till 2010. I live with my husband and two children, who are my biggest inspiration. And if I’m not writing, you can find me playing the piano, being around with my girls, or when the weather is beautiful, please don’t laugh at this one… pulling weeds. Somehow it’s therapeutic.  2.What are your favorite books to read? A. I’m into autobiographies, memoirs, romance, and crime fiction. Though I do delve into some fantasy. My favorite authors are Patricia Cornwell, E.L. James, and Nora Roberts.  3. When did you decide you were going to write a book? A. It was during the pandemic. We travel to Malaysia every year with the kids. The primary reason is to visit their grandparents and families, but it’s also vital that my kids understand and observe different cultures, traditions, trying out new cuisines, and open th