A lot of people do these really amazing interview portions and Q&A sessions on their blogs and well, I wanted to get in on it. I love talking to people and so I thought I'd ask some questions and see what happens! Most of them are book related, some are not. It's kind of random, like me. : ) Here's how this breaks down.
I asked a couple people to answer about 15 questions. They didn't have to answer all of them, just whichever one's they wanted. Each Thursday from now until I run out of questions...because I don't do math and haven't figured out the end date for it... : P I'll pick ONE question and post all of the answers!
I managed to nail down some amazing authors and bloggers and I'm SO thankful they agreed to do this with me!! I may ask a bunch of others and keep this going for awhile, but we'll see if you guys like it or not and go from there! Here's who you get to hear from this round!
Anna from Anna Reads
Wendy Delsol, Author of Stork and Frost (Coming out this October!)
Holly Schindler, Author of A Blue So Deep and Playing Hurt
|See my review for Playing Hurt here!|
|Pre-Order through Amazon for under $10! Click for link! |
Also, my review for Stork here!
|See my Goodreads review here!|
Any and every tweet by an author sends me into squeels of delight. I think the first author to tweet me was Andrea Cremer and I was beyond stoked.
I received an email from a girl in Australia that said, “ Your book was so inspiring that I have started to write my own as a result. I hope that one day my book will have the honor of gracing the shelves with your work.” That particular message really touched me.
I’ve gotten some great emails from readers who contacted me through my website to tell me that PLAYING HURT is one of, if not their favorite book.
I also swear that we have just the most beautiful skies ever here in SW Missouri…I’m always talking about it, on the blog, in interviews…I got a tweet from a local blogger a few months ago—we’d had a gorgeous spring day, and she tweeted something like, “I stepped outside today, and thought, ‘These are the skies Holly Schindler’s always talking about!’ Gorgeous!” I loved that…