Don Massenzio actually allowed me to answer twenty questions on his site today and didn’t even find it necessary to censor anything.
Today we sit down with fellow Florida author S.K. Nicholls. Susan will tell us a bit about herself, her work and her inspiration. I hope you enjoy today’s installment of 20 Questions.
Q1) When did you first realize you wanted to be a writer?
I planned to go to college in 1978 to study journalism, much encouraged by teachers I had at that time. Although I had scholarships, I opted for a degree in nursing as I felt the pay would help increase my family’s standard of living, and it did, but my heart was always in writing. I wrote the best Nurse’s Notes ever written.
Q2) How long does it typically take you to write a book?
Six to eight weeks to pound out a rough draft and one to two years to edit it.
Q3) What is your work schedule like when you’re writing?
I have no schedule…
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