Maybe not every aspiring writer will be able to meet and be encouraged by a published author, but I want to offer you the next best thing :) I want to share with you advice from published authors that I have been blessed to get to know since I started blogging. A few weeks ago I shared with you an author interview with the author of Asia: It's People and History by Bonnie Rose Hudson. Now I want to share with you an author interview with the author of Star Chronicles: A Bible-Based Study of the Stars, Dawnita Fogleman. (My review of Dawnita's book, Star Chronicles will be coming soon.)
Dawnita Fogleman is a fifth generation Oklahoma Panhandle Pioneer. She and her husband, Paul, have six amazing children. They have homeschooled from the start and now have two graduated and starting their own businesses. With the family business and their little farm every day is a surprise. Dawnita blogs about life on the “funny farm” at FoglemanForerunner.com.
When writing a book, how do you go about planning for it? Do you have a method you use?
Do you have a certain writing space, somewhere you go *just* to write your books? An office, a lake cabin, a hotel? What do you love about that space? How does it inspire you?
What would you say to a young person who aspires to be a writer? What advice would you give? Also, what would you tell his/her parents in order to help them be supportive in their child's efforts to pursue writing as a career?
What is your goal with writing?
Did you always have a talent for writing, or is it something you wanted and needed to work harder to achieve?
With all of the duties that you juggle, when do you fit in the time to write?
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