See No Evil

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Chapter 40 (v.1) - Interview (BONUS!!)

Submitted: July 08, 2017

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Submitted: July 08, 2017



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Interview! (Q & A)

June: Hello *waves*

Interviewer: Okay, the first question is: What was the first book that made you cry?

June: What?!? Oh, that one is easy… Uhhh… Oh! That’s right… It was… Walk Two Moons! Very good book. 

Interviewer: Does writing energize or exhaust you?

June: Well, it depends on what I’m writing… 

Interviewer: What are common traps for writers?

June: A small discount at the bookstore… You end up having to sell your house to buy all of the books you want…

Interviewer: What is your writing ‘fuel'?

June: Probably Sprite… And… Fruit, and chips… I like those…

Interviewer: *chuckles* Okay… Do you try to be more original or deliver to readers what they want?

June: A healthy mix of both… If you’re only original without thinking of what your readers want.. Then you won’t have readers, but if you’re too caught up in what they want and not in your own ideas, then it will be boring to read. 

Interviewer: Is having a big ego when you’re an author good or bad?

June: I actually don’t think that most writers have a big ego, just because, writers, in general, are usually very quiet people that keep to themselves and enjoy being alone if not... With people that think a lot like them. So if they do have a big ego, their work will probably turn out to be too original, as I stated the problems with that in the previous question and having too little of an ego will make it so it’s not original at all and you just want to please the readers. 

Interviewer: Noted. What other authors are you friends with and how do they help you become a better writer?

June: Hmm… Well, I am good friends with the author Belle Black, who wrote many books, she provides me with advice and ways I could improve my writing. I am not friends with any other writers… Oh well, yes, I am friends with... Hold on it’s on my phone… *pulls out phone* Okay... Here we go. Her name is… I actually have no idea. *puts back phone*

Interviewer: Okay then… What did publishing your first book change about your writing process?

June: It definitely made me more confident with my work… So I guess I wrote more. I don’t know. 

Interviewer: What’s your favorite underappreciated novel?

June: Close your eyes, by Sabrina and Bella Black. It’s very good, but no one reads it. So I want to spread the word, she’s on storybird as well... You can read it there. 

Interviewer: What’s your spirit animal?

June: Well... I just took a quiz on that... Apparently, I’m a whale... And I’m supposed to take that as a good thing...

Interviewer: Who did you base the characters on?

June: Well.. Jack was my best friend Aiden. I’m telling you, they’re practically soulmates at this point… And Nichi I based on… I actually have no idea who I based her on… She kinda just did her own thing...

Interviewer: How many unpublished or unfinished books do you have?

June: *raises eyebrows* At least 50. 

Interviewer: What’s the most difficult thing about writing characters from the opposite sex?

June: hmmm… well since I’m nonbinary, I guess it still has its troubles, like when I’m writing about a guy, liking a girl, I don’t know what they think... It’s weird...

Interviewer: How many hours a day do you write?

June: Depends on the day and what I ate for breakfast…

Interviewer: What did you edit out of this book?

June: The kissing scenes and the cursing. My parents read them…

Interviewer: How did you select the names of these characters?

June: Well, Nichi and Dakugure were translated from Japanese. *smiles, looks at the camera* look it up on google translate. 

Interviewer: What’s another career option besides writing?

June: *eyes widen* saving animals. 

Interviewer: Do you read your book reviews?

June: Always.

Interviewer: How do you feel about the bad ones?

June: I completely ignore them.

Interviewer: Do you hide any secrets in your books that few people can find?

June: Always.

Interviewer: What was the hardest scene to write?

June: The one where Jack gets tortured. 

Interviewer: Do you Google yourself?

June: *Takes out phone* Yes.

Interviewer: How long on average does it take you to write a book?

June: About a month, maybe more.

Interviewer: Thank you June, for joining us, that’s all we have.

June: *waves* Bye!








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