I was honored to have been interviewed by Catie Cordero. You can read all about how I got started on this writing life, about A Cup of Dust, and my advice to new writers on her blog!
Also, while you’re there, look around at her other posts. She’s a novelist and I’m looking forward to the day when I can tell you how to buy and read her debut novel.
Go check it out! Thanks!
Today, I have the pleasure of interviewing multi-published author, Susie Finkbeiner. She is a wife and mother of three children, living in West Michigan. She grew up in an art-friendly home where art was not only encouraged; it was part every day life.
Not only is Susie a talented writer, but also, she is just a cool person. Let me introduce you to her now through our Question and Answers conversation:
When did you decide to become a writer?
I always wrote stories. Told them a lot, too (although some might call it “lying”…whoops). When I was in 7th grade my English teacher encouraged me to write more. At the time, I wrote terrible poetry about boys. Still, it seemed I had a knack for putting words together. Becoming a published author seemed an unlikely goal, though. I kept on writing little pieces of this and that, playing with genre…
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Susie Finkbeiner is MY sister! And she’s awesome. And this interview is great.
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Yay!!!! I love having you for my sister.