Earlier this month, I was interviewed by the wonderful Gwen Plano in RRBC’s Rave Waves BlogTalkRadio “Behind the Pen” show. We discussed Emotional Beats, personal philosophies, and writing tips. The interview is now live on blogtalkradio.com for anyone who wishes to listen to it. I hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed being interviewed by Gwen!
Listen below or visit blogtalkradio.
Fabulous to hear you live! Wow, I wasn’t expecting a British accent! 🙂
Lol – “that was a British accent?!,” I’m sure my British readers will think 😀
Yes! It wasn’t Greek, lol. 🙂
No. Some people in the UK thought I was Dutch, though 🙂
So interesting how people from other countries interpret accents. 🙂
This was so fun to listen to, even just to hear your voice, Nicholas. I had no idea that Runaway Smile was your first written project. Funny how that works. Fascinating discussion about indie publishing and remaining positive, and of course, great to hear about the thoughts behind your books and writing experience. I’m glad you posted the interview – I’m a new member of RRBC and am still learning the ropes. 🙂
Thank you so much for listening to the whole thing, D 😀
My pleasure. You entertained me while I folded laundry :-). It was fun to hear a conversation, which is so different from the more structured polished way we write or blog.
Lol – true dat 😀
Good interview, Nicholas. I hope they paid the phone bill! 🙂
Best wishes, Pete.
Lol – thank God for VOIP 😀
Very cool. Congrats.
Thank you, Charles! I finished Brooks today and reviewed on Amazon (com/co.uk) and Goodreads. Thanks for the great read!
Thanks. Haven’t wandered over there yet. Really appreciate the review. ?
And I appreciate the excellent writing and awesome imagination 🙂
I shall aim to continue the trend. Or at least fake it with confidence.
Please do 🙂
I’ll get right on it. After a nap.
And a snack. Don’t forget the snack.
A true necessity. Not sure what it will be though.
Ichabod’s magic pans sound pretty good, don’t they?
I could so use those. Think I’d take those over any other magical item I’ve created. Make my life so much easier.
Seriously, it’s part of why I love Windemere. Magic is practical, as it should be, and not confined to weapons.
I’ve always wondered why so many worlds never did that. Humans are always looking for ways to make life easier. Magic is like a cheat code once you know how to enchant things. Hard to tell if weapons or practical stuff came first though.
Chicken and egg.
Both good for breakfast.
Only if chicken bacon is a thing.
Chicken sausage is a thing. Turkey bacon too. Not sure of chicken bacon.