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I’ve now got eight interviews online with more to come. Links to the interviews plus the questions are below. In coming weeks and months, there should be additional interviews with:

Tina Marie at Tina Marie Says: http://guestpostswithtinamariesays.blogspot.com.au/

Brian Marggraf at Indie Hero: http://indieheroblog.wordpress.com/

L. Avery Brown at The Magnolia Blossom: http://magnoliablossomreview.blogspot.com.au/

Heibooks: http://www.heibooks.com/

Brittany Perez at Oh My Bookness: https://plus.google.com/116396686801399504580/posts

My published interviews are with:

Tell me about your book. How did you come up with that (story, angle, idea)?

How did you get interested in writing this particular genre (historical novels, mysteries, sci-fi, children’s books, etc.)?

What kind of research did you do for this book?

What’s a typical working day like for you?

When and where do you write?

Do you set a daily writing goal?

What is the hardest part of writing for you?

What’s the best thing about being an author?

What are you working on now?

What advice would you give aspiring writers? 

Do you have any favorite authors or favorite books?

What question have you always wanted to be asked in an interview? How would you answer that question?

If you were writing a book about your life, what would the title be?

For what age group do you recommend your book?

What sparked the idea for this book?

Which comes first? The character’s story or the idea for the novel?

What was the hardest part to write in this book?

How do you hope this book affects its readers?

How long did it take you to write this book?

Could you explain your writing process.

How did you get your book published?

What advice do you have for someone who would like to become a published writer?

What do you like to do when you’re not writing?

What does your family think of your writing?

Please tell us a bit about your childhood

Did you like reading when you were a child?

When did you first realize you wanted to be a writer?

Did your childhood experiences influence your writing?

Which writers have influenced you the most?

Do you hear from your readers much? What kinds of things do they say?

What can we look forward to from you in the future?

Tell us about your main characters. Who are Henry and Sarah?

What research did you do for A Weaver’s Web?

Tell us a bit about yourself.

What was your favorite book as a child?

When did you first realize you wanted to be a writer?

Do you outline or do you prefer to wing it?

If you could pick one writer (living or dead) as a mentor, who would you choose?

If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go?

What are you working on now?

Do you have any advice for new writers just entering the market?

Tell us a bit about yourself.

When did you first know you wanted to be a writer?

What is your latest book and where do we find it?

When did you decide to take the indie path to publication?

Do you write full-time or part-time?

What do you do if you get a negative review?

What do you do to get the word out about your novel?

What are you going to write next?

Do you feel humour is important in historical fiction and why?

What are your favourite authors and books?

Do you have any words of advice for unpublished writers?

Was there a point in your life that prompted your desire to write or have you always wanted to be an author?

Where do you come up with ideas for your novels?

Were there any characters you found difficult to write?

Who is your favorite character in your novel, and why?

Do you write full-time or part-time? If full-time, tell us about the journey to full-time. If part-time, share with us about your “day” job.

 What kind of research practices do you utilize for writing?

There’s the eternal debate whether to outline or not. What is your preference?

How do you handle negative feedback about your novel(s)?

What are some things you’ve done to get the word out about your novel(s)?

Do you have any writing pointers for the authors in our audience?

Care to tell us what is next on your writing horizon?

Now’s your chance – give us the final plug for your novel.

Tell our readers a little bit about yourself.   

What is your latest writing project?

What is your typical day like?

Do you rigorously plan out your books or let the plot come naturally?

Writing by hand or typing?

How did you come to write A Weaver’s Web and what’s it about?

Do you have writing pet peeves?

What inspires you?

When did you first realize you wanted to be a writer?

What books have you read recently and loved?

What is your favorite part of a book?

If you were given the opportunity to spend 48 hours with absolutely anyone (living or dead), who would you spend it with? What would you do?

What is the most important thing you’ve learned during your journey as an author?

What do you hope readers will take from your writing?

Please tell us about your latest book (include genre).

How do we find out about you and your books?

When did you first think about writing and what prompted you to submit your first ms?

What is your writing routine once you start a book?

What do you do to relax and recharge your batteries?

What truly motivates you in general? In your writing?

Where do your ideas come from?

Do you feel humour is important in historical fiction and why?

Would you like to write a different genre than you do now, or sub-genre?

Please tell us about yourself (family, hobbies, education, etc.).

Are there any words of encouragement for unpublished writers?

Tell us about yourself and how many books you have written.

What is the name of your latest book and what inspired it?

Do you have any unusual writing habits?

What authors, or books have influenced you?

What are you working on now?

What is your best method or website when it comes to promoting your books?

Do you have any advice for new authors?

What is the best advice you have ever heard?

What are you reading now?

What’s next for you as a writer?

If you were going to be stranded on a desert island and allowed to take 3 or 4 books with you what books would you bring?