You might have seen this already if you follow the purple blog, but this week I was interviewed by Amy Riddle of Underground Book Reviews. She dug into the writing process behind My Memories of a Future Life, asking how I developed the underwater world of the Soothesayers, and what experience I drew on to create Carol herself. More here, at Underground Book Reviews…
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Former ghostwriter coming out of the shadows with books of my own. My Memories of a Future Life. Lifeform Three (longlisted for the World Fantasy Award). Ever Rest (finalist in the Eric Hoffer Grand Prize).
Humorous memoir: Not Quite Lost: Travels Without A Sense of Direction.
Series for writers: Nail Your Novel.
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2 thoughts on “Thinking like a musician and creating Carol’s future life – interview and review”
Hi Roz! I had no idea you learned machine programming for a bit! You have so many talents! (Had I known, I might have asked you to help with the techie stuff in my fiction!)
Hi Sally! It wasn’t anything fancy, just how to teach a computer to multiply and handling accumulators and stuff. Interesting as a new way of thinking but I didn’t learn enough for it to be of any use. 🙂