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Interview With Suzanna J. Linton

Tell me about yourself. What inspired you to write? I started writing as a coping mechanism for domestic violence happening in my home. But as I grew older, I realized that I love telling stories and building worlds, which is why I continue to write fantasy today. Describe your desk / writing space. I have an adjustable desk on top of a wooden desk in my own office. Theoretically, the adjustable desk is so I can stand but it never works out that way. I write on a laptop with a mechanical keyboard attached to it. To one side of […]

Interview With David Wind

Tell me about yourself. What inspired you to write? As a pre-teen, I found reading enabled me to escape from the bonds of my surroundings, and be transported to other places and other worlds, as I grew older, everything around me was that inspiration. Describe your desk / writing space. I don’t want to sound flippant, but my desk is a trash pile where no-one but I can find things. Seriously, my desk is always a mess, and after I clean it up and organize it, within a day, it’s back to where it was. Do you have a writing […]

Interview With R.K. Bentley

Tell me about yourself. What inspired you to write? I started writing at a young age, I was an avid reader of comic books and novels when I was a child and wrote an adaptation of the pilot to The Transformers TV Show on my dad’s TSR 80 laptop. Describe your desk / writing space. It’s a toss up between a table at the local café or a desk that I should use but found writing in a comfortable chair in the living room to be best. Do you have a writing routine or do you write when inspired? My […]

Interview With Paul L. Arvidson

Tell me about yourself. What inspired you to write? 51, Husband, Carer, Father of two girls 12 and 13. I used to be a Theatrical Lighting Designer but when the kids got older we discovered that the youngest has a genetic condition that needs a lot of care. A life on the road is incompatible with a role as a carer so, I needed something to keep the creative bit of my mind going so I didn’t go crazy.When both of the kids were little, I had all kinds of crazy thoughts in those late night and early morning feeding […]

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