We all have a beloved author whose eccentric writing habits make us either love them more or cringe ever so slightly. Honoré de Balzac drank some 50 cups of strong Turkish coffee every day. Edith Wharton wrote in the early morning while still in bed, assembling pages by cutting and pasting scraps of paper. Completed… Read More Ask An Author: Writing Habits
A seemingly silly question can be surprisingly insightful, as our authors found out this week. This week’s feature was inspired by a conversation with a reader, who wondered what the spectrum of answers would be to the question: elephant or mouse? Choose one and explain why. Lee Murray I am a mouse. No doubt about… Read More Ask An Author: Mouse or an Elephant?
Readers of this blog have mentioned a couple of times since the Ask an Author feature was launched how they love finding out more about the people who write books that change their lives. They have been sending in questions so many questions that, once we have increased the pool of participating writers, the feature… Read More Ask An Author: The Unique Relationship between Reader and Writer
The Ask an Author feature, published twice a month on Friday afternoons, is getting increased attention through social media, bringing extra love and shedding light on some great authors. If you are an author who wants to be added to this list or a reader with a question, it would be a pleasure to hear… Read More Ask An Author: Do You Believe in the Existence of the Paranormal?
Readers are loving getting to know a bunch of authors, known or not, through the Ask an Author feature, launched the fay before Valentine’s Day here on Sahar’s Blog. This new feature, which is published here twice a month on Friday afternoons, is thriving thanks to the dedication of an amazing group of authors who… Read More Ask An Author: Dreams