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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.
The full interview can be found on the blog TinaHolland.com. Find out more about Tina on About page.
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.