This week I had the honour of having an interview with NFReads go live.
NFReads posts articles by and interviews with guests ranging from best-selling authors and award-winning filmmakers to leading professors, scientists, politicians and more!
Their site covers interviews with both fiction and nonfiction authors across a wide variety of backgrounds, genres and writing experience – from a Pennsylvania state representative who debuted with mental health-themed science fiction, to a former NASA space missions spokeswoman with over 25 children’s educational books, to a UK politician-turned-thriller-writer with 330 million book sales to his name.
I'm always incredibly excited to take the opportunity to chat about medieval things and my book, so I was delighted to answer some probing questions from the NFReads team. There's nothing like answering questions to make oneself take a good, hard look inwards. Many people are interested in the writing process, why one writes and what one finds hard about it.
Personally, I find hardships come in many forms. The wrong font on a keyboard. My kitty nagging to go outside and frolic in the sunshine when I want to write things down before I get distracted and forget what I was about to say. Lack of cheese for afternoon nachos.
I understand other people may have more creative issues to discuss, but for me, if the little things aren't working out, then the bigger ones certainly don't either. In fact, the little issues become the bigger issues.
For those of a curious nature about the big issues and the little issues which became big issues, read on!
Thanks for playing.