Submit Your Questions for a Blogoversary Interview with Me!

Happy Blogoversary

The poll results are in – and the “Interview with Sara” option won by a landslide! So, for this year’s blogoversary, YOU the readers have the chance to grill ME with questions. How does that sound?  😉

Today’s post is a call for questions for the interview, which will post on Saturday, July 9th (the official blogoversary date). You can ask me anything about writing, books and authors I’ve read, tea, music, something else – it’s up to you! But first, in case you need help thinking of questions…

Sara 2015_2

A Quick Bio, For Your Convenience

I’m a fantasy writer and lifelong Massachusetts resident. I’ve been writing ever since I learned how to hold a crayon, and that passion has taken myriad forms since then. Maybe that explains why I’m a tea reviewer, published poet, and former music journalist (focusing on female-fronted rock and metal). In other words, I can’t stop writing!

Novel-writing has been the one true constant over the years, however; and I’ve come to believe it’s my calling in life. Currently I’m editing a YA epic fantasy novel that’s tentatively titled The Keeper’s Curse. I have lots of ideas for other fantasy stories, too, but each will have to patiently wait its turn.

I’m also an avid reader, though most of what I read is fantasy. But I enjoy other genres, too, like science fiction, historical fiction, steampunk, and contemporary / literary fiction. The target age (adult versus YA) doesn’t matter; it’s more important that a compelling, emotionally engaging story is being told. Some of my favorite authors include Ursula K. Le Guin, J.R.R. Tolkien, Kristin Cashore, Laini Taylor, Patrick Rothfuss, Leigh Bardugo, N.K. Jemisin, and Paulo Coelho.

What else do I do besides write and read? Well, I like watching movies, cooking, coloring (mandalas and adult coloring books), yoga, walking, spending time with family and friends, and visiting Cape Cod. I also love most kinds of tea and an eclectic range of music; and I’m a geek for anything related to Middle-Earth, Harry Potter, Game of Thrones, and Orphan Black.

Want to know more before you submit your questions? Check out the About Me page.

Submit Your Questions!

Interested in submitting a question(s) for the interview? Feel free to post them in your comments on this post. Or, if you’d rather do so anonymously, enter your questions into the survey field below. I’ll accept any questions will be accepted either way through Tuesday, July 5th.

EDIT: Submissions are closed for interview questions! Thanks to everyone who participated.

Thanks again for helping me choose how to celebrate this year’s blogoversary! 🙂

27 thoughts on “Submit Your Questions for a Blogoversary Interview with Me!

  1. Yippee! I’m delighted that the interview option won:). My question – I’m following with interest your progress in writing and editing The Keeper’s Curse and would like to know – what do you see yourself writing in 5-6 years from now?

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      • Oh, please, don’t feel that way! (*blushes*) I actually typed up an answer for it already…. It’s just that I’m one of those people who knows what she wants to do and has so many ideas, but has a hard time looking down the road that far and feeling confident enough to know exactly what she’ll be doing then. Does that make sense?

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  3. My question would be, when did you start writing, and when did you know writing was what you wanted to do in life?
    Also, how do you get inspiration to brainstorm your stories?

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  5. Here’s my question, added just in time! 😀

    What led to your decision to write The Keeper’s Curse now, rather than writing any of your other story ideas first? (I assume if you have others rattling around in your brain, if you’re anything like me! xD) Or in other words, was there something about this story that really stood out and said WRITE ME NOW, SARA?

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