I've been nominated by Deb over at the Bumpy Road to Writing to participate in this WIP Blog Hop.
Rule number one:
Answer all ten questions about you work - in - progress. Rule number
two: Nominate five other writer friends who you know that have blogs or
websites so they can join in the fun!
Okay, I am not known for following rules. I hate telling people what to do :o)
if you read this post and would like to do this little self-interview
on your blog, then, I invite you, I would love for you to do this.
Let me know, and I will link to your site
What is the title of your work - in - progress?
Presently, it is called Duck and Cover, but that may change.
Where did the idea for your book come from?
I have no idea, it just came to me one day out of the blue. But it does take place in a time period when I was very young. I have this habit of writing stories that take place during the early or mid sixties.
What genre does your book fall under?
What actors would you choose to play the characters in the movie rendition?
Oh my, I have no idea. I don't know that many child actors. I think a 12 year old Ronnie Howard would have been a good choice for one of the boy characters. But, (sigh), like us he is no longer 12 years old.
What is the synopsis of your book in one sentence?
A young boy, who has always been a loner, finds friends during the scarey fall of 1962.
What other book would you compare this work - in - progress to in your genre?
Sorry, I don't have an answer to this question.
How long did it take you to write the first draft of your manuscript?
I believe I finished it in a couple of months.
Will this book be self - published or represented by an agency?
I hope to have it published the regular way.
What inspired you to write this book?
All of my stories just come to me. Out of the sky, inspiration hits.
What else about your book might pique your readers interest?
If you like historical fiction, grew up in the 1960s or like MG, I think you will like it. My main characters are three boys and a girl, so I think boys will be interested in the story.
Do you have a WIP? What genre does it fit in? I'd love to hear about it in your comments.
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