Last month, Rebecca Mahan interviewed me on The Liberty Bell. Rebecca is a wonderful host, and I can’t thank her enough for making the interview such a blast. You can tell we had a great time simply by watching, which you can do below:
Enjoyed this! Love your accent! Congrats on winning the children’s award! Also, nice to find out more about you, how you started writing, and what inspires you!
Lol – I’m so self-conscious about my accent, so thank you 😀
That was a good watch, Nicholas. Unfortunately, I was diverted by how young you look when animated.
You have been lying about your age, obviously!
Best wishes, Pete.
Ha ha – I wish, oh honeyed-mouth one LD
I bet you have a school uniform in your wardrobe… 🙂
No, just a painting in the attic that seems to grow older by the day 😀
I agree writing is the best therapy. It has done wonders for me. I have read a lot of epic stories like The Odyssey and the “hero’s journey” in prep for my book. It looks like many of our reads similarly are centered around our writing. I am intrigued by your interview and the subject of forgiveness in your book, Runaway Smile. Do most of your books talk about this? I think a lot about forgiveness and letting go of expectations. My novel, The Sleeping Serpent is centered around these topics. It is psychological, quite dark, deals with themes of abuse and addiction and personality disorder. In order to heal, the protagonist has to learn to forgive, take responsibility for what called the relationship to her, and grow from the experience. Yes, until she let go, she was held prisoner. The book has erotic content because that it the manipulative tool used by the antagonist. I do often consider it a Roman a Clef because though it is fiction, it has elements inspired by events and people I know. I would be greatly honored if you would consider reading it. Your opinion would mean a lot to me. This interview blew my mind. It took a while for me to organize my thoughts – hence the second comment.
That is so kind of you, Luna, thank you! I’m thrilled you enjoyed the interview 😀
The Sleeping Serpent sounds fascinating! Contact me through the contact page, please, to arrange for an ARC, although I can’t promise when I’ll get around to reading it, thanks to the wee one’s antics 🙂
Smile doesn’t really deal with forgiveness, which is why I look surprised when Rebecca raises the subject. It’s Pearseus that does deal with it but I didn’t correct her 🙂
So interesting! thank you for sharing this interview!
Thank you so much, Luna I always worry how interesting things like this are when sharing 🙂