Category Archives: Interviews

I had to nail it and do it really well

Don’t stop writing. Just don’t stop:- Looking back, it helped that Paula Hawkins wrote The Girl on the Train with growing urgency and dread verging on panic – because that feeling seeped into her novel. The book, she says, “felt like … Continue reading

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patience, perseverance, self-discipline, the willingness to take a risk

Today,  K . V. Turley interviews Catholic writer Fiorella De Maria, “If a writer focuses on the art of storytelling whilst commending everything he writes to the Glory of God, the vocation of the writer – to embrace the paradox … Continue reading

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prayer is absolutely fundamental

This might have been just a good interview, but the Q and A I have quoted below make it an essential one. K. V. Turley interviews Michael D. O’Brien for Catholic World Report. Michael D. O’Brien has been working as an … Continue reading

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The Chesterquist

G. K. Chesterton is a man for the ages and Dale Ahlquist is a man for bringing him to the ages. K. V. Turley finds out more.. Dale Ahlquist is President of the American Chesterton Society, and publisher of its flagship … Continue reading

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Be Ready

Source The Big Thrill Strangely Beautiful by Leanna Renee Hieber sounds a captivating book. Her advice on getting published is also worth reading and remembering. Leanna Renee Hieber would never willingly tell you how hard the publishing industry is—though she’d … Continue reading

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It definitely left a mark on me

An interview with Ryan Gattis at Picador Books, author of All Involved, includes this Q & A. What is the best piece of writerly advice you’ve received? Write the book you most want to read. Read the interview here

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Spock the Convert

Dappled Things has interviewed Catholic science fiction writer, John C. Wright. ~ Malcolm From the Introduction: The most widely attributed quote to John C. Wright (at least, in the realm of blogs and livejournals, to which he is a regular contributor) is, … Continue reading

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