Author Interview: There Is No Lesson In Cruelties @poems_nfts #IslamicPoems. Author K.A. Hosein was born in the beautiful twin isles of Trinidad and Tobago W.I. and cannot imagine living anywhere else than in a tropical paradise. Your real name and pen name? My real name is Khadijah A. Hosein and I do not have a pen name at this time. Please share some of the best memories of your childhood My best memory of my childhood is visiting the beach with my family almost it seems every weekend.
About your education Hard Sciences. What career did you plan during your education days Medicine. What languages you can speak and write? English. What is your biggest source of inspiration in life Children’s innocence and God. What hurts you most in this world When I see suffering children, animals and people; starving, poor and rotting with a disease; without anyone to turn to in this world for a helping hand.
What is the biggest challenge you have faced? If you had to live a day of your life as one of the living or dead personality, who would it be and why? When did you start writing? Author Interview: Rosalind Burgess: DRESSING MYSELF Explores The Mystery Of Marriage. Rosalind Burgess and Patricia Obermeier Neuman, aka Roz and Patty, met in Minneapolis through mutual friend Lee (a REAL character, in the best sense of the word). Now a proud and patriotic U.S. citizen and Texan, Roz grew up in London and currently calls Houston home. She has also lived in Germany, Iowa, and Minnesota.
Roz retired from the airline industry to devote all her working hours to writing (although it seems more like fun than work). Patty spent her childhood and early adulthood moving around the Midwest (Minnesota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Iowa, Wisconsin, Illinois, and Indiana), as a trailing child and then as a trailing spouse (inspiring her first book, Moving: The What, When, Where & How of it). A former reporter and editor, Patty lives with her husband in Door County, Wisconsin. They have three children and twelve grandchildren.
Roz and Patty are also the authors of DRESSING MYSELF, a contemporary women’s novel that explores the mystery of marriage. About your education The USA. Author Interview: Nicholas Grey - It Is The Story That Counts @ngreybooks. Nicholas Grey. Writer. Traveller. Teacher. Born in the UK, currently living in the French Alps. I’ve been very lucky in my teaching career to live and work in some amazing places in England, France and Japan, as well as travelling extensively throughout Europe and Asia. Your real name and pen name? Nicholas Grey Please share some of the best memories of your childhood Some of my best memories are of spending the summer goofing around on the beach as a kid. About your education? I read English and History at Lancaster University, graduating in 1998 which seems a long time ago. What career did you plan during your education days?
I didn’t. What languages you can speak and write? English and French (well, enough French to just about get by!) What is your biggest source of inspiration in life? My partner, Katy. What hurts you most in this world? The terrible way some people treat others. What is the biggest challenge you have faced? What is your favorite genre and why? When did you start writing? Leo. Author Interviews | Pearltrees. Author Interview: Zalka Csenge Virág: Hungarian, Loves Spicy Food... Author Interview: Zalka Csenge Virág: Hungarian, Loves Spicy Food @TarkabarkaHolgy. Your real name and pen name? Zalka Csenge Virág is my real name (Hungarians put the family name first).
I don’t have a pen name; by Hungarian standards my name is unique enough. By American standards, definitely unique! About your education I have a Master’s degree in Archaeology (I specialized in the Roman era), a Master’s Degree in Storytelling (yes, you can get a degree in that, at East Tennessee State University!) , and I am currently working on my Ph.D. in American Culture Studies. What career did you plan during your education days? I originally wanted to be an author and an archeologist, but what I have always been most interested in are the stories.
If you had to live a day of your life as one of the living or dead personality, who would it be and why? Rosita Forbes. What is your favorite genre and why? I think my favorite would be historical fiction. Another genre that I really love is “mythic fiction.” My third would be travel literature. Which of your work published so far? Yellow. #Author #AuthorInterview @cleoscornavacca Author Interview: @cleoscornavacca A Licensed Aesthetician, Makeup... Deepak Kripal Interview - The Devil`s Gate: An Impossible Journey Book - Deepak is a doctor by profession. He completed his MBBS from GSVM Medical College Kanpur. Great to see doctors who write passionately. Let us know more about Dr.Deepak as a writer and his book. What inspired you to start writing? I was an imaginative child and I always had this fascination for good stories. What did you like to read when you were a boy? There was nothing particular actually. What is the greatest challenge in writing a book? I suppose the greatest challenge is to find a story that is worth telling.
How much research do you do before writing the book? Since mine was a story based on fantasy genre, I had to do more of brainstorming than research, for generating unique, innovative and original ideas. What motivated you to write the book “The Devil`s Gate: An Impossible Journey”? It’s the central idea of my story that came to me out of blue moon. Can you tell us more about your latest book “The Devil`s Gate: An Impossible Journey”? Who are your favourite authors? There are many! #AuthorInterview @WaheedR2009 Learning From Historical Events. #AuthorInterview @WaheedR2009 Learning From Historical Events. #AuthorInterview @WaheedR2009 Learning From His... Plus.google. #AuthorInterview @WaheedR2009 Learning From Historical Event... | Pebble In The Still Waters |...
P.pw. Twibble.io - A Better RSS feed to Twitter Service. Pebble In The Still Waters: #AuthorInterview @WaheedR2009 Learning From Historical Events. Waheed Rabbani was born in India, close to Delhi, and was introduced to Victorian and other English novels, at a very young age, in his father’s library. Most of the large number of volumes had been purchased by his father at ‘garage sales’ held, by departing British civil service officers, in the last days of the Raj. Waheed attended St. Patrick’s High School in Karachi, Pakistan. He graduated from Loughborough University, Leicestershire, England, and received a Master’s degree from Concordia University, Montreal, Canada.
While an engineer by profession, Waheed’s other love is reading and writing English literature, which led him to obtain a Certificate in Creative Writing from McMaster University and start on his fiction writing journey. Waheed’s first historical fiction novel, The Azadi Trilogy, Book I: Doctor Margaret’s Sea Chest, was published. Excerpt of Waheed’s Book I and Book II opening chapters are also published in the Anthologies, “Canadian Voices II,” and “Indian Voices.” #AuthorInterview @WaheedR2009 Learning From Historical Events. #AuthorInterview @WaheedR2009 Learning From Historical Events. Plus.google. P. Author Interviews | Pearltrees. Author Interview: Steve Rappaport: Beneath The Surface, It’s A Meditation On Family. Your real name and pen name? Steve Rappaport Please share one of your best childhood memories. Growing out of it What career did you plan during your education days? Historian What is your biggest source of inspiration in life?
Women What hurts you most in this world? Being ignored If you had to live a day of your life as one of the living or dead personality, who would it be and why? Steve McQueen, nobody has ever been cooler, and he was married to Ali McgrawWhat is your favorite genre and why? When did you start writing? What is generally your preference in reading – a paper book or ebook? How much of your real life goes into writing fiction? Author Interviews | Pearltrees. Author Interview: B D Bruns: A Born Traveler @lovebruns. Adventurer B. D. Bruns has traveled to over 50 countries to gather material for his bestselling books. He’s won 20 national and international book awards, including three national Book of the Year awards.
He also contributes to Yahoo Travel, BBC, CNN, The Daily Beast, and The Travel Channel. Bruns’ travel adventures span from entering the Pyramids of Giza and swimming in the Panama Canal to climbing Mt. Your real name and pen name? My one writing regret is not using a pen name. Please share some of the best memories of your childhood I had a perfectly secure, perfectly happy, perfectly boring middle class, white suburban childhood. Info about your education? Ethnocentrism. What is the biggest challenge you have faced? I was the only American to survive an entire contract in the restaurants of Carnival Cruise Lines’s history without quitting. If you had to live a day of your life as someone else (living or dead), who would it be and why? When did you start writing? Your dream destination? Author Interview: Privy Trifles: Metro Diaries: @privytrifles. I think you will spend 384 seconds reading this post Having been investment banker for close to a decade she recently gave it up to pursue her childhood dream of being a writer.
She is a prolific blogger and ardent reviewer since past 3 years under the name Privy Trifles. She has been a contributing author to various anthologies with her short stories and have recently released her debut book called Metro Diaries – Seventeen LOVE classics. She believes in making a difference one word at a time. She would love to connect with her readers and fans through her facebook page. Welcome, Namrata in My Fish Bowl. Your real name and pen name? Namrata and Privy Trifles Please share some of the best memories of your childhood My best memory of childhood has to be those lazy summer holidays I spent reading so many books non-stop.
About your education I hold a masters in strategic finance along with a diploma in customer service. What career did you plan during your education days lies and deceit. Paperback. Author Interviews | Pearltrees. Author Interview: Hunter S Jones: Dangerous When Loaded. I think you will spend 112 seconds reading this post Your name? Hunter S. Jones, writer and blogger from Atlanta, GA, USA What languages can you speak and write? American English, English English, British English. What is your biggest source of inspiration in life Love, hope and dreams are the biggest gifts of the spirit. What hurts you most in this world What hurts me most is that people are so cruel and callous to others. What are your forthcoming writings? I have two erotic anthologies being released in the next few months, as well as a romance and a book based on historic fact. What genres you write in and why? Most of my writing has been in paranormal erotic romance, erotica, and literary fiction.
If Writing a Book is taken as a project, What are the key essentials you take care of in Project Management? Research, research and more research! How do you plan, schedule and monitor your writing commitments? This is a fantastic question! What are your future plans? Another excellent question! Leo. Billy Ray Chitwood on Twitter: "#author #interview - See my author interview - via @PebbleInWaters by Jaideep Khanduja. Billy Ray Chitwood sur Twitter : "#author #interview - See my author interview - via @PebbleInWaters by Jaideep Khanduja. Billy Ray Chitwood: The Most Exhilarating Success Has Been My Writing Eleven Books. Never knew what it was in life that I really wanted to do...guess that had something to do with my Appalachian roots in East Tennessee, a broken family, and so much mobility. Saw a lot of cowboy movies as a kid and thought about acting for awhile. Loved to sing and thought about being a singer.
Being an actor or a singer meant there would be audiences, and I was a bashful boy who wasn't too comfortable in crowds. Wanted to be a fireman. Wanted to be a cop. A professional golfer. You likely know where I'm going with this opening bio brevity. Now, don't get me wrong. So, you have a short bio glimpse of Billy Ray Chitwood, an Appalachian kid who ate some emotional soup and spent a lifetime trying to digest it. Your real name and pen name? Billy Ray Chitwood is the real name and the pen name. Please share some of the best memories of your childhood.
About your education? Majored in English at Lycoming College in Williamsport, PA...thanks to Sears and the GI Bill. English and Spanish...poquito! Author Interview: Darren Barker: Author of Three Dark Thriller Novels @DarrenBarker000. Darren Barker is a writer who enjoys the quiet moments that everyday life offers between busy schedules to sit idly writing stories. Living in the county of Suffolk in England. A family man who has a loving wife and children, supported in what he does all the way by his family which allows him time to put his mind where it shouldn't be and then onto paper for all to read.
Your real name and pen name? Darren Barker. Please share some of the best memories of your childhood. Precious time with my parents enjoy them while you have them. What career did you plan during your education days: Scientist What languages can you speak and write? What is your biggest source of inspiration in life. What is the biggest challenge you have faced? Life is full of struggles for everyone all at different levels, death along with a birth and medical hardship all at once is a motivator for me. What is your favorite genre and why? When did you start writing? Which of your work has been published so far?
Author Interview: Susanna K Green: I Am Inspired Daily By The GOD In Me @saslaila. Your real name and pen name?... Susanna K Green About your education; what career did you plan during your education days... I knew I wanted to be a hair designer from an early age. It was in my blood; a gift from my mother who was also a cosmetologist. What languages you can speak and write?... Unfortunately, I only speak and write English but I have an interest in learning Spanish. What is your biggest source of inspiration in life?... I am inspired daily by the GOD in me. What hurts you most in this world?... Seeing people hungry and sick. What is the biggest challenge you have faced? I am a Hurricane Katrina survivor. What is your favorite genre and why?... Non-fiction. When did you start writing?... I started writing poems since I was in my early twenties.
Which of your work has been published so far? "Remembering the Sweet Nectar" is a contemporary African American fiction tale of a woman who takes her marriage for granted. What services does Sweet Nectar Publishing offer?... Cancer Pray. Author Interview: Kathryn Pincus: Long Hill Home: All Characters Endure Tremendous Challenges. She was raised in the New York metropolitan area, received her undergraduate degree (B. A., Magna Cum Laude) from the University of Delaware, and her law degree (J. D.) from the Georgetown University Law Center. She honed her writing skills in her law practice, presenting complex factual and legal matters in clear, compelling and persuasive writings.
Since her “early retirement” from the practice of law, she has filled her days taking care of a busy household and family, supporting numerous charitable and community causes and writing fiction. (If you want to read about her contribution towards charitable and community causes please see footnote at the end of this Q & A). Welcome! Q. A. . (1) Most nights, after my father returned from his workday in Manhattan, we gathered around our large kitchen table, with three kids on each side seated on a bench, and my mother and father seated at the ends, and we would all talk about our day. Q. A. Q. A. Q. A. Q. A. Q. A. Q. A. Q. A. Q. A. Q. A. A.
Author Interview: Mallory Smart: Fear Like A Habit: Mirrored Voices @malsmart. She is an American fiction writer and poet from Chicago, Illinois. At the young age of 23, she founded the transgressive publishing company, Maudlin House. In November of 2014, she unleashed upon the world the existentialist’s poetic nightmare, Fear Like A Habit. She spends most of her days (when she isn’t writing) lost in her own mind, traveling, and fearing death. She most recently contributed her voice to the Mirrored Voices: Emerging Poets Anthology (February 2015) and is working voraciously on her first novel, Starving.
Welcome! Your real name and pen name? Mallory Smart What career did you plan during your education days? At school, I spent my time in studying History & Philosophy, but I could never commit to any specific career. What is your biggest source of inspiration in life? That one day I’m going to die. What if your favorite genre/ why? I try not to limit myself to genres. When did you start writing? Which of your work has been published so far? Paper books all the way. Virgo. Author Interview: Andrea Weir: I Remember The Smell Of Lilacs Outside The Backdoor @AndreaEWeir. Author Interview: @AdrienneBody Adrienne Body: A Sheep Named Breakfast. Author Interview: Jennifer Johnson: The World As I See It.
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