Interview with S.K. Nicholls

Thanks to the lovely Kristen Mazzolla, author who wrote the soon to be released “Crashing Down” we have another nice interview of Moi. Enjoy 🙂

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Tonight please give a warm welcome to the lovely S.K. Nicholls!!

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Do you write under any other names? Not yet.

What are you currently working on? A crime novel/murder mystery that is turning into a bit of a psycho thriller and a sort of autobiography.

How many (if any) books do you have published and what are their titles? Only the one, “Red Clay and Roses”.

What inspired you to write your first book? Finding the ledger in 1992 was the impetus.  Having a racially mixed granddaughter and being concerned about the society that she will grow up in and the history of her culture was another.  I am also very much interested in promoting civil and women’s rights, and women’s reproductive rights and responsibilities.

Do you have a specific writing style or one that you prefer?  I write stream of consciousness style, and though I have worked on developing…

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Wednesday Feature: An Interview with S.K. Nicholls

Marie Ann Bailey, writer and aspiring author, and I had a wonderful interview at her home here in Florida recently. Red and enjoy. She asked me some things I had not thought about. It was a fun interview,

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Welcome to an interview with S.K. Nicholls, author of Red Clay and Roses.  Susan also has a blog at http://redclayandroses1.wordpress.com and is an editor and contributor at The Community Storyboard.

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M:  Susan, thank you so much for agreeing to be interviewed.  I’m excited to be able to talk with you about your current book, Red Clay and Roses, as well as the novel you are currently working on.

SK:  I am delighted to be here.  What a lovely home, and your new kitchen is fantastic.  What a great job!

M:  Thank you!  Let’s sit out on my porch.  Our backyard is kind of like a green jungle with the palms and water oaks and hydrangeas.  I thought it might remind you a bit of Georgia.  Would you like something to drink?

SK: I love it out here, such a nice habitat.  I live on my back porch. Yes, please…

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Guest Author: S.K. Nicholls

This is a previous interview from June by Sarah Cradit. I am reblogging to my site to have it in my collections. Don’t know if that is kosher or not, but I am doing it anyway because I didn’t keep it on my site after the interview. Funny to look back at where you were, and see it in perspective to where you are.

...and then there was Sarah

My guest today is S.K. Nicholls, author of Red Clay and Roses. Her advice on editing (it’s often the small things that get overlooked, that can ruin an entire experience), and research (again, details matter) are absolutely worth taking a look at.

Please join me in welcoming Susan to the Guest Author Program!

If you are interested in participating in the program, you can submit here.

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