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  • Author Interview

    Rita Pamplin

    Let’s get you introduce to everyone, shall we?  Hi, I’m Rita Pamplin. What prompted you to pursue a career as a writer? To share my stories with the world. I have always loved writing since I was a child. I wrote lots of poems and short stories through my life. Do you have any special writing habits? Pen and paper; I am old school, helps to get my thoughts out faster. When you write a new book, do you already have the whole story in mind or do you elaborate it along the way? I do but sometimes but sometimes I get different ideas that come so change it up…

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    Zoe Michal

    Let’s get you introduced to everyone, shall we?! Hi, I’m Zoe Michal. I live in Baltimore, Maryland. I started my own publishing company last year to sell my picture books. For each book sold, I donate $1.00 to an animal-welfare organization. What prompted you to pursue a career as a writer? I’ve always loved to read and write. It’s just who I am.  Do you have any special writing habits? I usually like to write in the evening when the house is quieter. I do take a notepad with me whenever I go out so I can write while waiting in the car, or the doctors office, etc.  When you…

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    Tricia Andersen

    Let’s get you introduced to everyone, shall we?! Hi, I’m Tricia Andersen What prompted you to pursue a career as a writer? I’ve been writing since I was little. It’s all I’ve wanted to do. Do you have any special writing habits? I have to play a game or two on my phone to unwind. And I usually write on my phone on Google Docs, When you write a new book, do you already have the whole story in mind or do you elaborate it along the way? I have a basic plot outline in my head and a few crucial scenes. Then I make it up along the way.…

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    Vartika Kothiwal

    Let’s get you introduced to everyone, shall we?! Hi. I am Vartika Kothiwal, a bibliophile who believes that books offer a lot more than they are given credit for.  What prompted you to pursue a career as a writer? It was something that was … just there. I have been writing for as long as I can remember and yet, surprisingly, I realized writing is my passion years later.  Do you have any special writing habits? Irrespective of length, I believe in penning the entire story first. The quality on paper is different from typing directly. The process is cumbersome, time consuming and 90% of the time I feel like…

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    Trishna Damodar

    Let’s get you introduced to everyone, shall we?! Hi, I’m Trishna Damodar. I started my career as a hotelier. When circumstances demanded a change in life, all the paths led me to writing. I am a firm believer in the mantra, ‘love can heal all’. Love to travel, spend time with my family (they are my rock and inspiration). I take joy in the simple things in life. I believe, I am a human being first and foremost, before any of the ‘categories’ such as gender/nationality/caste seek to divide our being.  What prompted you to pursue a career as a writer? I began writing in the form of poetry and…

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    Zee Lacson

    Let’s get you introduced to everyone, shall we?! I’m Zee Lacson was born and raised in Manila, Philippines. I grew up with her dad, brothers, and grandparents. I live in the far North Suburbs of Chicagoland, IL with her husband, twin sons, and fluffy dog. I’m an engineer by education, a photographer by profession, an artist by practice, and a writer by soul. I drink plenty of coffee. Good coffee. I eat too much. Food is good.  What prompted you to pursue a career as a writer? I had a story …  Do you have any special writing habits? I have this special writing technique where I sit down every…

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    T.M. Dawson

    Let’s get you introduced to everyone, shall we?! My name is Tina Dawson and I go by the pen name T.M. Dawson. I am a Paranormal Romance Author with one book out called The Hunter A Nightingale Novel. I am currently working as an ESL teacher and am also Deaf/Hard of Hearing. I use what’s left of my hearing and hearing aids to teach. I am currently pursuing an MA certification in Teaching Technical Communication and working on book 2 and another series with a small publishing company.  What prompted you to pursue a career as a writer? I read R.A. Salvatore’s The Dark Elf trilogy and from there I…

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    Theresa Wilson

    Let’s get you introduced to everyone, shall we?! Theresa is a screenplay writer and author of both Nonfiction and Fiction books. Her latest work, The Real Housewives of the Bible, will launch on Kindle September 15, 2020. A former educator, Theresa has also served as a writing coach.  What prompted you to pursue a career as a writer? l have always been a writer. Starting with keeping a journal as a teen. Do you have any special writing habits? Early morning is a high time. With music and near water is a preference When you write a new book, do you already have the whole story in mind or do…

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    Terry Sewell

    Let’s get you introduced to everyone, shall we?! I’m Terry Sewell a working-class son of a labourer brought up in the mid-fifties onwards, where I grew-up within a family of eight in a small close-knit community in a village deep in the heart of Norfolk called East Barsham. It’s through this way of life and times that made me the writer I am today.  What prompted you to pursue a career as a writer? I began writing at the age of five when I wrote my first poem, as I grew up my writing became more of an escape from reality to me as I battled mentally to understand my…

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    T.G. Campbell

    Let’s get you introduced to everyone, shall we?! I’m T.G. Campbell and I write crime fiction set in Victorian Era London about a group of amateur detectives called the Bow Street Society. Each civilian member of the Society has an ordinary job in addition to being a detective, e.g. an architect, artist, magician, etc. Members use the skills/knowledge from their jobs to investigate crimes. The Society’s clerk, Miss Rebecca Trent, assigns members to cases based upon these skills. Therefore, the combination of detectives changes with each new case. In addition to writing, I’ve worked for the Witness Service, a charity assisting victims and witnesses of crime through the process of…