The talented Gregory Josephs shares his secrets about writing, dreaming big, and of course his new speculative fiction book, The Confluence.
My kind and delightful friend Gregory Josephs has a book coming out tomorrow–speculative fiction with mystery! suspense! LGBT characters!–and he shared all his deepest, darkest secrets about publishing and being a published author with me.
Maybe not deepest, darkest secrets.
Things he hasn’t told anyone.
Okay, he probably told some other people, but I came up with the questions all on my own, so you won’t find these answers anywhere else.
Here we go! (All in his own words, with just a few extra paragraph breaks.)
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Prolific author and A+ human being Kim M. Watt shares her secrets on dragons, cats, writing, tea, and magic cake.
It turns out I have friends. (Yay, me!) And sometimes I interview them. This is one of those interviews.
Kim M. Watt used to be like me, i.e. unpublished. Now she has a magnificent tower of published books and, even better, they all have cats and/or dragons in them.
I can’t describe how hard I approve.
Here’s my interview with her, including all her own unedited words, and just a few extra paragraph breaks.
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My good friend M L Moos interviewed me recently and asked all kinds of embarrassing questions about me as a reader, writer, and dysfunctional human being (my words, not hers).
It was a fun interview to do and you should absolutely check it out.
From the interview:
1. Tell us a little about you and what you’re working on.
My name is Alecia and I’m definitely not obsessed with cats or dragons. Sorry, I can’t say that with a straight face.
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