Thursday, 20 June 2013

Guest Authors Revisited - Sherrie Cronin

In today's guest authors revisited I catch up with Sherrie Cronin who I first interviewed back in October 2012, here is her original interview:

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What has changed in your life since we last spoke?
Last time we talked I was writing z2, the third book in my collection, It's about a time warping physics teacher who fights hatred and solves puzzles. I took a little break and now I'm about three quarters done with c3, the fourth book. Oh, I'm also participating in my first blog tour  with y1, the second book which is about my shape shifting genius.  You can check it  out here.

Have you learnt any new wisdom?
That's a great question.  I hope that I'm learning new wisdom every day, you know.  I mean I think that's kind of the point of living. I haven't found the full meaning of life, though if that's what your asking. I also haven't figured out how to increase the sales of books, but I keep trying.

Have you become a better writer? If so, how?
I sure hope so.  I'm trying to do less idiosyncratic things. I like to write the way I talk, starting sentences with "and" and "but" and not worrying so much about using whole sentences all of the time. I'm trying to observe better rules of grammar. It's boring, but it might help more people appreciate my books.

What are you working on at the moment?
The youngest child in the family that I am writing this collection about is 16 year old Teddie. When c3 starts, she travels to India as an exchange student and finds herself and her friends in serious danger. She has a latent ability for out of body experiences and c3 tells the tale of her developing this  "super power". She also finds out that her mother is a telepath and part of a group known as x0 so there is a little family drama in this book as well.

Tell us about your latest release and how we can find out more.
Well, z2 is now out at smashwords here and it will be released in paperback at now.  I don't have the link yet to the paperback version but it can be found through the kindle version here.

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