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This is kind of embarrassing. I’ve suffered another memory glitch. Some months ago, I was asked if I wanted to be interviewed by my writing. Of course, I said yes and proceeded to answer the interviewer’s questions.
She told me when to expect it to be published and sent me a link via email. I swear I meant to get to it, but I must have been distracted.
I was cleaning out some old emails and came across the one from Tina Holland just a little while ago. The interview went live over two months ago.
But as I said, better late than never:
Please welcome James Pyles to the Clog Blog! James, can you tell us a little about yourself and your background?
I’ve been writing information technology textbooks for over 20 years published by houses such as McGraw-Hill and O’Reilly. Since 2019, I’ve branched out into writing science fiction and fantasy short stories and novelettes.
How do you make time to write?
I try to block out time in the evenings after my day job, but it doesn’t always work out. Frankly, I write whenever I can carve in an hour or more.
Thanks again Tina for the interview and I apologize for spacing this one (chagrin).
Oh, the interview includes a rough quote from the WIP novel (my first) that is currently being reviewed by a Beta reader, so there’s a bonus in there for you when you read it.