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Interviewing Author Preeti Narang Q1. Tell me about yourself. what are your favorite books to read? A. I am the author of the book ‘Prodigal Love?’, a true blend of romance, crime, and mystery. I am compassionate, zealous, and creative. I have a Master's degree in Software Systems and has been working in the IT industry for 15+ years. I am an Indian, currently residing in the USA. I love to paint, dance, sing, travel, read, write, workout, and do taekwondo. My passion for writing has driven me to take up writing professionally recently. I love reading thriller and mystery genre books. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Jeffrey Archer, and Jane Austen are some of my favorite authors. A. 2. When did you decide you were going to write a book? A. Five years ago, when I came across a true story. I started writing it two years ago and published the book this year. Q3. How did you come up with the name of your books? A. My novel is a blend of romance, crime, and mystery. I came up with th
Interviewing Author Glincy Mary Jacob 1. Tell me about your self what are your favorite books to read? A. I am Glincy Mary Jacob and I hail from India. An engineer by profession and an author by passion. I like to read all genres and I don't restrict myself when it comes to true artistic works. Q2.when did you decide you were going to write a book? A. I always wanted to do it. Just that I waited for the right time to come! 3. How did you come up with the name of your books? A. Lior - The name of my book is the name of the main character of my book. Trust me, that wasn't the name I initially thought of, but gradually it evolved and I am happy today that I came up with that name. 4. What are you working on for 2020? A. In 2020, I had published my book, Lior: the unsmelled petrichor and it is available in Amazon. I think I'll reserve 2020 just for Lior. 5. How long have you been writing? A. I started writing from a very young age, about when I was 12 years old. 6. What advice
Interviewing Author Violeta Bagia Q1. Tell me about yourself? A. I was born in Bosnia and migrated to Australia in the early 90s. Learning English, trying to fit in and make new friends was one of the main drivers for me to learn how to write. I found comfort in books and quickly began writing my own stories. After several teachers encouraged me to nurture my passion, I wrote and published my first poem when I was 12 years old. Later in life, the need to empower girls and women became a passion were taking back control became a frequent theme in my books. Watching kickass characters like Buffy Summers and Sydney Bristow further fueled that desire. Today, I am an advocate for sexual assault survivors, anti-bullying, and diversity. I was longlisted twice for the Davitt Awards here in Australia which celebrates female crime writers. I’m currently represented by Vulpine Press who are also advocates for strong female voices and leading the charge for women in literature. Q2.What are your