My Interview with Rebecca Bryn

Thank you, Judith Barrow, for this wonderful chance to rabbit on… and on.

Judith Barrow

Today I’m really pleased to be chatting with Rebecca Bryn who’s going to talk about her latest novel, On Different Shores. 

We will hear more of Rebecca: she will be one of the authors at the Tenby Book Fair: http://tenbybookfair.blogspot.co.uk/ which is one of the first events at the the Tenby Arts Festival: http://www.tenbyartsfest.co.uk

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 Hi Rebecca, please introduce yourself and your book to help our readers get to know you.

 Hi Judith. I write under the name of Rebecca Bryn, chosen to protect my family from the embarrassment of being associated with me. I’d like to talk about my latest novel, ‘On Different Shores’ based on a true family story, which I hope to release later this year.

What inspired you to write your book and how long did it take.

A: Someone once asked me how long it took me to paint a seascape they were interested in buying. I…

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20 Questions with Author Christoph Fischer

I’m looking forward to reading The Healer, having already enjoyed In Search of a Revolution and The Luck of the Weissensteiners.

Author Don Massenzio

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I’m very excited to have author and blogger Christoph Fischer as the subject of today’s ’20 Questions’. Christoph has a very interesting background that he is going to share with us as well as his work and inspiration. I’m very pleased to have him stopping by and I hope you enjoy today’s installment of ’20 Questions’.

Q1) When did you first realize you wanted to be a writer?

Not until my late thirties. Sometimes I’m still not sure whether I really want to be one. It’s such a time consuming job.

Q2) How long does it typically take you to write a book?

I can write the first draft within three weeks, but then I spend a lot of time re-writing and editing, so the book won’t be ready until at least three months later.

Q3) What is your work schedule like when you’re writing?

When I write almost everything…

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