I am going to be interviewed via Zoom on August 10. However, the author who is interviewing me is tired of asking the same-old questions over and over (she has interviewed several authors). I looked over the stock list of questions she reaped from the Internet, and I agree. I’m not excited about answering them. She would like me to answer real questions from real readers. So, here’s where you come in. I need nine (9) questions that I can answer. She will split the interview into three separate parts, so three questions per recording.
What kind of questions would you ask me if I were standing up in front of your school assembly or homeschool co-op (or emailing me)? I will pick nine of the questions (I hope I get more than nine in the comments!) to answer in the Zoom interview. Then I’ll post the interview on a future blog post. Thanks a bunch! Oh, and some of the questions can be humorous (she asked for funny questions). I don’t think there is anything humorous about Zoom interviews (kind of scary, actually). But maybe it will turn out to be a fun time for all.
Update: Wow! Thanks for all the questions. How will I ever pick out only nine? I have an idea. After the Zoom interview is recorded, I will take a special post and answer (to the best of my ability) all of the leftover questions that did not make it into the interview. Stay tuned!