Windy and Raine’s Exciting Adventure

  1. How hard was it to sit down and actually start writing something? It’s not hard at all. I have a love, passion, and was blessed with a gift very early for poetry, so I write something everyday, happily.
  2.  What inspires you to write? People and subjects that can make a positive difference, bringing light and shared smiles to someone, somewhere, makes my heart happy,
  3. What is the most important thing about a book in your opinion? It’s identity, whether it be a subject matter, or it’s characters, they all must hold your attention and making you feel like you are either hanging on every word, or you are so nuts, you have to skip to the end because you can’t wait.
  4.  Does a bad review affect your writing? Such an awesome question and it took me a very long time to get here, but since I write for others I do not personalize, we can’t be all things to all people, but we can learn from everyone.
  5.  Any advice you would like to give to aspiring writers? Write what you know, love, and moves you. If it makes you feel than you’re readers will feel
  6. Do you read any of your own work? Actually I do, even though this last trilogy was for Children I am a Poet and Inspirational writer through and through. I pick up one of my books quite often and as I read it, I feel as if someone else wrote it, I find the encouragement or inspiration I need for the moment and I put it down, but it’s very comforting.
  7. How much of yourself do you put into your books?  As in my life, I have always done things completely, effectively, and honestly, That is the only way I know how to be.
  8.  Who are your books mostly dedicated to? I know this sounds corny, but it is the truth all people. Male, Female, young, old, anyone that participates in life is who I dedicate my books to.
  9.  Who is the most supportive of your writing in your family? I am blessed that not just my immediate family but I get an overwhelming amount from my nieces, nephew and cousins.
  10.  How do you see writing? As a hobby or a passion? Totally a passion, I truly care about making life and the world a better place, and this is how I can share a purpose.
  11. Do you enjoy book signings? Very much, are we sensing a theme yet. I love people, listening, talking, sharing, they are like food or air for me.
  12.  Have you ever marketed your own books yourself? Yes, and in person I do awesome. sadly I am the exact opposite where it really counts online.
  13.  Name one book that you like most among all the others you have penned down. That’s easy my first in 2010″Layers of the Heart.” I am working on the sequel right now, “Layers of the Heart the Journey Continues”
  14.  What is that one thing you think readers generally don’t know about your specific genre? That not all inspirational books are religious or self-help, more like sharing life experiences, so we know everyone goes through something and we’re not alone.
  15.  Given the chance to live your life again, what would you change about yourself? I would listen better, take people for what they do and not say, and give my attention, time, and love to those that want it, and like being kind instead of ugly.
  16. Writers are permanently depressed; how true is that? I am not a fan of blanket statements so I will say false.
  17.  Have you ever considered writing an autobiography? Yes, and I still may after I pray about it.
  18.  What is your motivation for writing more? Our evolving world, and the people who fill this wonderful planet.
  19.  Does it get frustrating if you are unable to recall an idea you had in your mind some time earlier? At first, extremely, and than I realize if it doesn’t come back it wasn’t right, than I feel better.
  20.  Does it get frustrating if you are unable to recall an idea you had in your mind some time earlier? This summer, 2019
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