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The questions are below. Feel free to change them, add one or ad lib. We really don’t mind. What we would like you to do is answer five or six of them and send them back to email@example.com, together with your:
- Author Bio (around 100-250 words is a good length)
- Author Picture
- Your answers to the questions you chose
- The book cover you’d like featured with the post
- The book blurb
- An excerpt if you’d like- not too raunchy please as we do have people under 18 accessing our site
- Any social media links you’d like included
Once we have this, the post will be scheduled and we’ll let you know when you are up! Many thanks for participating in this.
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So, what have you written?
How many books to your series? (if it is a series)
Do you think that giving books away free works and why?
What do you love most about the writing process?
How has your writing evolved since your first book?
Is there a certain type of scene that’s harder for you to write than any others? Love? Action? Romance? Tragedy?
What do you think makes your book stand out from the crowd?
What’s the one thing that has really surprised you since you started writing?
Is there message in your novel that you hope readers grasp?
One food you don’t care if you never eat it again.
Would you describe your humour as hilariously funny, oddly quirky, diabolically macabre, or non existent
5 Things people wouldn’t know about (fill in author name)?
What is your very favourite holiday destination?
Are there misconceptions people have about your genre?
Do you have a Bucket List? If so top 5 things on it
What are some jobs you’ve held? Have any of them impacted your writing? How?
Have you ever gone to a convention? If so, how was it? If not, do you think it’s something you’d like to do in the future?
Have you ever written a scene where it has reduced you to tears?
Is there a character you feel especially connected to? Why?