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My First Interview as an Author

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There are many mini-milestones in a writer’s journey. Marion Marchetto was kind enough to move me along to the next one when she recently asked me for an interview. Many thanks, Marion.

Author Interview: Shirley Sorbello, author of That’s Just The Way It Is.

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16 Comments

  1. Congratulations Shirley – hope it sells well and you enjoy great success, best wishes Valerie

  2. Johan Sebrechts Johan Sebrechts

    Happy for you with your new “mini-milestone’! Let there follow still many of them! πŸ™‚
    Again… Just sorry .. we can’t read your book! Our English is too bad! It would be too difficult!
    I like your answer where you say to edit often! Actually… Why wouldn’t you benefit of this possibility? That’s just one great vantage of writing! Conversely… What has been said can’t never be undone! πŸ™‚

    • I appreciate your comments, Jo. Thanks for stopping by. πŸ™‚

  3. Congrats, Shirley. Wish you cross many more milestones.

  4. Fantastic Shirley!
    I remember my first Author Interview by a very good writer & author pal of mine “Robbie Cox” The Mess That’s Me……He did a great job, but really hard questions…LOL. Since my book “Addicted To Dimes” is a little harder subject matter, it still turned out awesome. Congrats!

    God Bless,
    Catherine Townsend-Lyon πŸ™‚

  5. Great interview Shirley! It sounds like you’ll be busy with all your projects…

    • Thanks for taking time to read the interview, Meg! I appreciate your support!

  6. Glad to know you better, Shirley.
    Geneology: Huh!
    Italian music: yeeeah.
    I like that you became content with the way you draft. Be all you!

    Xxx
    Diana

    • Diana, I appreciate the time you took to read my interview. I think I might even know myself better after doing that interview! πŸ™‚ Your support means a lot to me. Thank you!
      xxx
      Shirley

      • I think I might even know myself better after…

        How all meaningful projects go.

        =)

  7. Congratulations, Shirley!! Good Luck for you!!! πŸ™‚

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