My First Interview

That’s a lie.

It’s not my first interview, but it’s the first ever interview of me as a writer. You can read it here. The interview was done by Amanda J Evans for her blog where she does a series of weekly interviews of Irish indie authors, and this week it was my turn.

Reading through it, I can’t help but feel there are things I should have answered differently, or things I forgot to mention that are more important than what I did say. Then again, I guess that’s normal.

Most of all, I’m a bit embarrassed about the question about who my favourite Irish author is. I’ve lived here for eleven years, and I’ve called myself a writer for almost half that time, but I know next to nothing about current local writers. I also don’t know much about current Swedish authors either, so I guess that evens it out a little.

I probably should try and read more Irish writers though. There seems to be plenty of them around, and I’m sure I’ll find something to suit me. It’s more a question of taking the time to pick out a book really – once that’s done, the rest will come easily, I’m sure.

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My First Interview

2 thoughts on “My First Interview

  1. Loni Townsend says:

    Great interview! I find it interesting that the part about self-publishing to be the hardest was emailing your mailing list. I’m terrible with mailing lists so I could totally see how that could be.

    1. Yeah, and it wasn’t even a big list. I went and deleted it all when GDPR happened – to be on the safe side – so I’ll have to start it over again now. Hopefully it’ll work a little better now that I’ve got more regular updates to share – or at least that’s the plan.

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