Character Interview with Terrell King

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Wow, there’s only sixteen days until NaNoWriMo begins. Last week, Kim did an interview on the blog. This week is Terrell’s turn!

Wah gwaan.

Hi Terrell. How you doing?

Good, good. Can’t wait for November.

Really?

Yeah. Can’t wait to wear my woman down. Continue reading

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Character Interview with Kimberly James

 

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NaNoWriMo 2017 is 24 days away and I have someone stopping over today. Actually she was really adamant about it. Come meet the FMC in my 2017 NaNo novel Kimberly James!

How are you doing Kimberly?

Please. Call me Kim. And I’ve got a bone to pick with you.

Huh. What did I do?

What did you do?! (Kim shakes her head and with an incredulous look points to sidebar on the right) What’s the title of your NaNo novel?

Uh…”Not Dreaming of You.”

And who’s the heroine in it?

Uh…you.

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Q&A Interview with Author Michele Berger

 

Hi everyone! Today I’m introducing fellow Shewrites member, Michele Berger on her first ever interview on my blog. She has a new novella coming out, so let’s show her some love.

Hi Michele!

What is the book about?

What if a visit to the salon could kill you? What if a hair product harbored a deadly virus? My sci-fi novella, Reenu-You chronicles five women in the 1990s who find themselves yoked together coping with the spread of a mysterious virus. Reenu-You allows me to play with several topics: the social and political meanings of hair, female friendships and viruses. Continue reading

30 Days of Poetry Love & Interview

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Happy tenth day of poetry month! And it’s a two-for-one post this Monday. First let me introduce you to debut poetess Maheen Ahmed. Here’s her interview:

 

1)What does poetry mean to you?

Poetry definitely means a lot to me. It’s one of the few things that I writer very well, and that I’ve been doing for as long as I can remember. I think I started writing or re-writing small excerpts from novels or nursery rhymes when I was very young, and I started properly writing my own original content during the fifth grade. Continue reading