A few weeks back, Susan Olson, the blogger of Time Travel Times Two, reviewed Seven Stitches and asked me four questions. And so now here’s where I get to do the questioning and Susan does the answering. She’s got a soon-to-be-published children’s book that combines historical fiction and time travel. Yes!
Susan, about three years ago, you gave us ten reasons why blogging is like gardening. If you were writing that post now, what, if anything, would you change?
Aargh—don’t you know how painful it can be to read one’s old blog posts? 😉 (Yup, Susan’s got a point there!) Since writing that post I’ve finished four online courses in editing, and I now feel that gardening is more like editing than it is like writing. At least editing is like the kind the kind of gardening that I do which is about 90% weeding and pruning, and another 5% moving things around. […] Continue reading
It’s the reader’s equivalent of a double-header, a two-for-the-price-of-one special, a club sandwich, pizza with extra cheese. Amber J. Keyser and I will team up at Annie Bloom’s Bookstore in Portland this Thursday (April 20) at 7. She’s bringing Pointe, Claw; I’m bringing Seven Stitches. There will be laughter. There will be secrets to share. And you will likely not be in attendance.
No worries! Amber has a solid presence on social media, so you can get to know a lot about her there. I show up once in a while…take this post for instance. But you can learn more about me and my writing life on Susan Olson’s long-time, well respected blog, Time Travel Times Two. Click over to the interview/review, and you’ll find out when and where in time and space I’d like to spend a two-week vacation. After the interview, I asked Susan a few questions myself, so you’ll get to know her better in another post. […] Continue reading