8/10/10

It's Tuesday and I've been interviewed

There isn't much going on today beyond hellacious times at work. Is that how you spell hellacious? Hmm. Anyway, WriteOnCon kicked off and I'm busy playing catch up on all the posts and chats of the day. The content is phenomenal. So far, I've read a number of fascinating items, but I especially loved this post on revisions from Kendra Levin of Viking. I'm also in the midst of catching up on the transcript of a live chat with Suzie Townsend from FinePrint Literary.

The other bit of news today is that the awesome Dorothy Dreyer interviewed me for We Do Write, a blog that interviews aspiring authors on their journey to publication. She did a fantastic job asking me questions that make me look good (or at least better than I usually do!) You can check it out here. There's even a picture of me with my eyes open. Gadzooks! Odds Bodkins! That'll do for the archaic expressions for today. Back to WriteOnCon!

5 comments:

middle grade ninja said...

Took a little time from writeoncon to read your interview. Good stuff. I'd like to read about zombie mermaids. "Look at this stuff, isn't it neat. Wouldn't you think my collection's complete? Wouldn't you think I'm a zombie? A zombie who eats... bra-yains"

Jay said...

Oh, now that is brilliant! The thing is, my daughter took voice lessons a year and a half ago and performed that song at the recital. Well the version of the song w/o the zombies.

Medeia Sharif said...

I'm headed there right now.

WriteOnCon was awesome.

Emailman said...

That was a great interview, Jay :)

Jay said...

Thanks, Kurt! Me? An interviewee? ROFL